- Report: #969519
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Complaint Review: Novomatic - Scam
Novomatic - ScamInternet United States of America
Novomatic - Scam Dave Dawson Pay 1/2 the cost for ticket to San Diego for job interview Internet
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Received a call from "Dave Dawson" saying he was with Novomatic. Asked about my background and said he wanted to set up an interview with his Regional VP, "Paul Kent" in San Diego. They were looking to make a quick decision and needed to fly me in within a week's time. He gave me his cell number 212-501-2007.
Dave said the company had provided tickets for people to travel for interviews in the past but occasionally incurred the cost of a ticket when no one showed up. Now their company policy was to cover half the cost up front if the interviewee would cover the other half and submit a receipt for reimbursement at the time of the interview. Once agreed, Dave said I needed to send the money via Western Union. He had me send the money to "James Holland" in Orlando using a test question "Travel By" with an answer "Jet".
Dave said he would forward a packet with info on the company and flight details. The packet never showed up and "Dave" no longer answers his phone.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/15/2012 07:06 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Novomatic-Scam/internet/Novomatic-Scam-Dave-Dawson-Pay-12-the-cost-for-ticket-to-San-Diego-for-job-interview-In-969519. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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