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Report: #1476577

Complaint Review: Brendan Poole -

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  • Reported By: Frances — Deerfield Beach FL United States
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Brendan Poole brendanpoole828@gmail.com Used my boss's name to phish employees

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Person pretending to be my boss has texted and emailed several employees in Delray Beach, FL as well as in Fort Myers, FL requesting that they purchase Google Play gift cards at the store right now.  Five people have come forward to let me know and I'm sure there are several others. 

This is alarming as we were told by our outside IT consultants that the next wave will be "Google, Apple, Microsoft, etc." requesting payment.  While we realize that not much can be done, I want this guy's name Brendan Poole, email address brendanpoole828@gmail.com and phone number 515-635-5416 out there to warn others.  Many thanks!





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