I received an e-mail on July 13, 2014 stating they had gotten my name, resume and e-mail address from a job posting site as I’ve been job searching. They said it had to do with the internet and healthcare. They said they wanted me to be available at 8 a.m. this morning July 14, 2014. I couldn’t because I was very sick and sent them an e-mail requesting to reschedule, but it supposedly wasn’t received, but another e-mail I sent with a question was received and responded to. Anyway, when I saw they hadn’t received the e-mail I wrote again and the woman was on Yahoo Messenger so we went through the interview anyway. It took a good 3 hours. The questions seemed oka for that position, but the description I read wasn’t the same as the job described during the interview. There were times when I had to wait and I started to see if it was a scam and at first it was difficult to find anything. Then I came to the complaint and I found the identical job where the applicant had copied and pasted her interview as the interviews were done on Yahoo Messenger. The company was called Vital Healthcare Ltd and a few things were different, but the interview was identical. It was a case of ‘If it sounds too good to be true it probably is’ They were saing it was a work from home job and the pay was $29/hr, but $20 during training. She had me wait while she sent it to the head of the department to see if I was ‘ripe for the position’ – very British. She was gone awhile and came back and asked if I’d received an e-mail. It was in my spam folder congratulating me on getting the job and the grammar was poor. She told me then they would be getting me a brand new high speed laptop, Automatic timer, software, etc. and I would be getting a check in the mail. She asked twice if I had an ATM with my bank which I found odd. Lastly I was told I would be receiving the tracking number for this large check which I intend to report. It was a little difficult to find information on this company because they have several ‘sister sites’. In fact, I just remembered the name given to me yesterday wasn’t the same at all as the name given to me today. I tried to find something yesterday under the name given me then, but found nothing.
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