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Report: #1467420

Complaint Review: National Care Planning Council- Bradley Austin - Olive Branch MS

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  • Reported By: Kim — Olive Branch MS United States
  • National Care Planning Council- Bradley Austin

    Olive Branch, MS
    United States

National Care Planning Council- Bradley Austin They offered me a job, and it was a scam and they ended up taking my account information and taking over 1,000 Olive Branch MS

*Consumer Comment: It takes two...

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This company and guy named Bradley Austin offered me a Job with National Care Planning Council and offered me $40 an hour and $30 an hour for training. He gave me a $3150.00 check that was hot and printed online. The company Vicom is aware of the scam. He had me go get 2 $100 iTunes gift cards for my learning materials. Later that afternoon I was informed of the scam and got online to find the cards were redeemed. I confronted him this morning and he insisted he knew nothing of this and after I called him out on everything he tried to back track. I have saved all the conversations and emails praying this guy is caught and goes to jail like others involved in this scam.

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#1 Consumer Comment

It takes two...

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, November 15, 2018

I don't understand why you would get i-tunes cards and give the info to your "employer".  

There is never any valid reason that a legitimate employer would require i-tunes payments from an employee. Never.

One way to stop the scamming is to not accept a bogus excuse to pay a stranger anything. That's what I mean by "it takes two". It takes the scammer and the person that suspends common sense in order for a scam to take place. I'm not excusing the scammer. I'm pointing out that his scam would have failed if you refused to buy those i-tunes cards and supply the numbers to him - no matter his reason. Next time someone asks you to buy any type of pre-paid card or to send money via any untraceable method - say no. It's a scam, no two ways about it. 

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