- Report: #525188
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Internet, California United States of America
[email protected] link to: Star Search Casting scams you into submitting requests to hire someone, and gathers your info. They don't even have a web address. Internet, California
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I posted an ad on Craigslist for a boatsitter. A young woman named Eva Luvert called, had just gotten a new job and needed a place to stay. She said she was interested in the boatsitting position. She was trying to find a ride to look at my boat, as she didn't have transportation. I believe she quit or was fired when she either found out what they were doing, or didn't meet their quota. However, they continued to try to chase the contacts she developed. This is based on the fact that she and I talked often enough for me to be able to recognize her voice. She disappeared for about ten days, her phone went to some company answering service that has since been disconnected. Then suddenly she came back, but only to my email, pursued me diligently, to try to open an account, which doesn't make any sense, as I am shutting down to move out of state for a year, and the old Eva knew this. [continued below]....
I then tried to Google Outvisionin, and there is no such company anywhere. (NOT to be confused with the legit company Outvision.com) I told this "Eva" that I would place a phone order, just like they asked for in the beginning, but this "Eva" refused to do it, and kept trying to get me to do it thru email. I smelled a rat, as there had never been any problem with phone calls before. I'm sure they were just using her old contact database and couldn't call as I would have discovered the deception. I voiced my concern about his several times, offering to place a phone order but they never took me up on my offer, further convincing me of the fraud going on here.(anybody honest would have placed a phone order) I'm fair certain that the poor girl is out of a job, probably homeless, and [email protected] goes on.... I finally told them of my plans to blast then on your website, and was promptly cursed out, called all kinds of vile crap, and I noticed that the person has a language barrier, which seemed Asian, where the real Eva was very well spoken. This person pretending to be Eva, was not, making all kinds of grammatical errors. Outvisionin is making money off of desperate, near starving students and young women, and using them with no real intent to provide employment. They have no business license with the state of Ca. as a temp service, are not filing taxes,(tax fraud is a felony) and I have turned them in to the Ca. State Licensing Board.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/18/2009 12:54 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Outvisioningmailcom/Internet-California-/Outvisioningmailcom-link-to-Star-Search-Casting-scams-you-into-submitting-requests-to-h-525188. 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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