- Report: #1046490
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Complaint Review: DSPCS Inc.
DSPCS Inc.Internet, Select State/Province United States of America
DSPCS Inc. Digital Signal Processing and Communication Systems Inc. I am trying to find out if this is a job scam. Internet, Other
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When I said I would not be cashing or depositing the check today and planning on opening a new account they hesitated. this is all being done on Yahoo chat. After the hesitation they said okay.
I have inquired about the specific equipment I am required to purchase and it is all discontinued and no longer available. This makes me think more and more it is a scam. I have found a blog and a scam reported wight here that is almost word for word this job but a different company involved but the same equipment.
The full name of the company is Digital Signal Processing and Communication Systems Inc. out of the UK. They are supposed to setting up offices here in Vancouver where training will take place.
Please let me know if this is a scam as I think it is.
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