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 Post subject: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:58 am 
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Processing Specialist


My name is Arthur Evans and I am a Human Resource manager for the
Diversified 1 Group.

I'm contacting you because of the resume you posted on the Monster.com.
I thought you might be interested in the position we have to offer.



POSITION: PROCESSING SPECIALIST



Requirements to the Candidates:

* No higher education required, no degree preferences
* PC skills (MS Office, Internet and email software)
(Any software proficiency that will allow you to handle .doc and .pdf
documents)
* Internet proficiency (working with our internet database will be
required)
* Responsibility, ability to work on your own as well as with a team
* Proficiency in English



Responsibilities:

* Transactions management (anything related to the transactions within
the company)
* Documents keeping (filing and organising transaction-related
documents)
* Internet database maintenance (adding and removing entries through an
online interface)
* No phonework or anything of that nature!



What We Offer:

* $800 (about $10/hour, rock solid after all deductions), _paid on a
monthly basis_ (with bonuses). May be increased up to $1000
* Social benefits
(accident insurance, pension deductions, tax deductions)
* Career opportunities
* Agreement may be negotiated to fit your needs


Without any flattering said, Diversified 1 (which is actually three
companies: Home Loan Service / Pharmacy International Services and
Travel
& Finance) is a modern and one of the most innovative holdings
providing services to the consumers, small businesses and corporations
in the
US and worldwide. Currently the company operates through more than 100
people employed in its offices in the US. Our goal is to deliver
best-level service possible, regardless of the means.



Recent growth has forced us to look for the new employment solutions as
a response to the changing world of global commerce and recently we
have established a new opening of a PROCESSING SPECIALIST, which I
believe may get you interested. This specialist is requred to process
and
organize transactions, financial documentation, update our internet
database (starting second month) and perform minor transactions
related tasks
like stocking debit payment solutions and shipping them to the clients
(at the company's expense, of course!).



At the basic level this job does not require any special training,
anyone can easily catch up in just a few weeks, but if you get stuck
nobody
will get mad as we all used to be trainees.

Our HR Managers and proffessional support staff will be happy to guide
you step by step through any task. Your 2-3 hours a day, 3-4 days a
week employment will allow you to combine this job with your main
occupation.

Initial salary will be $800 (about $10/hour) for the first month with
further increase up to $1000/month (salary is paid on a monthly basis,
no hourly or weekly payments). There are also good bonuses for the
hard-workers.



I know you may be surprised (and I hope in a good way), but I could not
have contacted you because you gave me an impression of being a
responsible, fast learning and a reliable individual - just the one
our
company is looking for.



Although our company strives to stay as modern as possible we still
employ some traditions, where everyone starts at the bottom of a
ladder.
We are not going to promise you riches right from the start, but will
provide you all, even slightest possibilities to express yourself and
build a good career.

For example, I myself started as a phone support operator some years
ago, but was soon recognized and went up the ladder.



So without further ado and if I got you interested - please reply to
this e-mail directly or call our office at (800) 516-7445 (9am -
5:00pm,
Monday - Friday) at your earliest convenience, and we will be happy to
provide you with further information and answer any questions you may
have.

Thank you for your time reading my email, and I hope to hear from back
from you.


IMPORTANT: Please note that our Company is sending this email on a
one-time basis as you have posted your resume on a resource which
provides
public resume access - we will not contact you again unless requested.


Sincerely,
Arthur Evans,
Human Resources Manager
Employee # HR-A0012


Diversified 1
(Travel & Finance / Home Loan Services / Pharmacy International)
9538 Long River Dr.
Reno, NV 89506

We are ready to answer any of your questions,
Absolutely free - nationwide.
Stop hesitating and call now!

PHONE:
+1 (800) 516-7445
FAX:
+1 (877) 357-7196


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:00 am 
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check out their site

http://www.diversified1group.com/index.php?page=main


everything looks legit i dont know what to think

any opinions will be appreciated


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 8:14 am 
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Yeah it is a scam. It is your typical you are a payment specialist, cash this worthless check, take out your portion and send the rest via wire transfer to some other country.

Here is a whois.net lookup of the website:

Quote:
Registrant:
Diversified 1
9538 Long River Dr.
Reno, Nevada 89506
United States

Registered through: DomainRightNow
Domain Name: DIVERSIFIED1GROUP.COM
Created on: 13-Feb-08
Expires on: 13-Feb-09
Last Updated on: 15-Feb-08

Administrative Contact:
Chona, James domains@diversified1ts.us
Diversified 1
9538 Long River Dr.
Reno, Nevada 89506
United States
(800) 516-7445 Fax --

Technical Contact:
Chona, James domains@diversified1ts.us
Diversified 1
9538 Long River Dr.
Reno, Nevada 89506
United States
(800) 516-7445 Fax --

Domain servers in listed order:
NS1.INDIADNSSERVER.COM
NS2.INDIADNSSERVER.COM


As you can see the website was just created a month and half ago.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 8:31 am 
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The other thing that seems fishy with this company is I went on their website and clicked on the "news" button on their page and it does not talk about anything to do with the company. Most companies put things they have done that have been recognized by media outlets in this section.

Then the "Our Partners" section is still under construction.

The pictures of the management team seem fake and the descriptions of the people under the management team are written poorly and show poor use of the English language (usually a red flag for scam emails).

It just doesn't feel right to me. The owner/principal looks familiar to me like I have seen him on a scam baiting website before. If anything email the Nevada chamber of commerce and ask them if they know anything about the company.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:53 pm 
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thanx for your reply Rusell,

well before i ran into this forum I went ahead and summited my application to work for them, after 2 weeks they send me an email telling me that i passed the backgorund check lol , but anyway again so far everything looked good all their forms seem very proffesional to me , forms like (daily activity reports,expenses report etc). So i went ahead and opened a checking account to use and since my credit rating is in the gutter i figure they cant do anything with my information anyway ,I cant even get a gas card but thats another story.

anyway finally I get my first assignment via E-mail , it contains the amount of money and the beneficiary information and it tells me that I will be receiving an eletronic transfer into my bank account then I will take this money and make a money gram transfer over seas.


these are the things that raised red flags for me :

1. I called their number you get no answer just a voice messenging system

2.the beneficiary on my first assignment is over seas (Ireland)

3. I did research and found this site and got informed


finally I froze my bank account this morning before their eletronic transfer reach my bank account


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:09 pm 
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I am glad you realized it was a scam before you got taken for your hard earned money. I am glad I could help. The wire transfer would have been a counterfeit and you would have been up the proverbial creek without a paddle and a leaky boat. And yes they can still do something with your information like use your info to put on mailing lables to make it look like you sent worthless checks, get a drivers liscense in a different state, passports, etc. Just because you can't get credit does not mean your SSN, name, address, and phone numbers are worthless to these lowlifes.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:21 pm 
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so they're probably not even located in Reno ,NV


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:33 pm 
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coke2006 wrote:
so they're probably not even located in Reno ,NV


I doubt it.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 3:46 pm 
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russellj84 wrote:
coke2006 wrote:
so they're probably not even located in Reno ,NV


I doubt it.



I dont know what to do now I was thinking of sending them an email announcing my resignation from my processing specialist position just to play nice


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 4:13 pm 
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coke2006 wrote:
russellj84 wrote:
coke2006 wrote:
so they're probably not even located in Reno ,NV


I doubt it.



I dont know what to do now I was thinking of sending them an email announcing my resignation from my processing specialist position just to play nice


Just ignore them and don't send them anything.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:57 pm 
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coke2006 wrote:
I dont know what to do now I was thinking of sending them an email announcing my resignation from my processing specialist position just to play nice


I would just delete any emails that you get from them, or even block thier email address so you will not be bothered by them.

Don't worry about "being nice" to them . . . they are not nice people.

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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 11:51 am 
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OH MAN i just found that after i froze my bank account they managed to transfers 4,560 dollars into my account ,the bank wanted to give me that money but i told them it wasnt mines they said that it came from a pay roll deposit , The bank is going to find out where ti came from and send it back,, the weird part is that the money been in my accoutn for a month now


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 12:36 pm 
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a month is a long time . . . but I have heard some cases where it took up to 6 months to know it was a scam

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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 4:10 pm 
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coke2006 wrote:
OH MAN i just found that after i froze my bank account they managed to transfers 4,560 dollars into my account ,the bank wanted to give me that money but i told them it wasnt mines they said that it came from a pay roll deposit , The bank is going to find out where ti came from and send it back,, the weird part is that the money been in my accoutn for a month now


I would leave it sit in your account. They will eventually realize it was put their fraudulently and remove it. If you don't spend it then you are not out of any money.


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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A SCAM??
PostPosted: Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:26 am 
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hey...
Yeah it is a scam. It is your typical you are a payment specialist, cash this worthless check, take out your portion and send the rest via wire transfer to some other country.

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