OMG…you wouldn’t believe what just happened to me!!!
Baron Infotech Ltd is the company they used to SCAM ME on a fake interview and a fake job they hired me. I’m not sure if this is a legitimate company but I am in the process to report this SCAM business through the authority. I have got all the evidence here and I’M WARNING YOU!!!!!
I have recorded this conversation on Google chat since day one.
Here’s how it started. My sister phone me from the bay area and she said that her boss wanted to create a Craiglist Ad with a hyperlink that goes to an application form. Okay. I have never done it. The only thing I have done in Craiglist is when we had that lost chihuahua in our front yard and my friend suggested me to put an ad on Craiglist. Fine. But as far as creating an ad on Craiglist, I have never done it and so I did a TEST.
Here is the TEST ad I created for a Client:
Notice that I didn’t try hard to construct my verbage there. After all this is only a test, right? The verbage I copied from my Linkedin account and just cut & paste it on there as a test. Well, what do you know? Someone actually emailed me about this. A few of the people actually emailed and text message me if I need a job.
So I guess the ad on Craiglist works! I attract legitimate ones as well as weirdos!
It started on December 23, 2014. And it went on until January 8, 2015. As you can see it went on for 17 days!!! The conversation was so long I have created a PDF “as is”. I didn’t change anything here except I have deleted my personal phone number and my address.
Download the PDF here: Baron Infotech Ltd SCAM
Just remember their contact info there. If you are nearby better call.
If someone ask your Bank Account right away, it is a RED FLAG!!!!!
Do not ever give them your account number. In that PDF I just included here, when this USPS and UPS bullcrap didn’t work, she asked me if I should consider another option. I said, Yes. And then that’s when she ask me if I access my bank through mobile phone online. I said, NO.
The thing about this USPS and UPS bullcrap…I should have known. But I kept on connecting with this SCAM just to make sure. Perhaps still giving the moron the benefit of the doubt but my intuition is persisting that this is 90%SCAM. I was wrong. This is 100%SCAM.
I have no idea how they set a “tracking number” through USPS and UPS. When I called USPS, it was an Indian woman who answered it with an accent. (Sounds fishy?) Yes, it is very fishy because when I asked her, “Are you in the U.S.?” She said, “Yes.” What a stupid LIE. When I told her my story regarding the Baron Infotech Ltd company, she said they were legit and I believed her. So I went on. When the USPS didn’t work, Mrs. Caitlin P. Bates Viswanadha tried the UPS and said to me, “I want you to trust us.” Yeah. Right. *rolls eyes* She wants me to trust her or it could be him for all I know, so they can steal the money in my bank.
If you do a review on this company there is nothing good. I’m not an expert when it comes to stock market but their company’s performance there according to Google search is very POOR and absolutely ZERO. It is even on negative number. I am just wondering why nobody have reported them to the Authority yet? Why are they still on the Internet and their IP address haven’t been cancelled or banned?
I wonder how many people they have scammed through this?
I know that there’s a lot of small business entrepreneur like me. And many of us small businesses need an extra income outside our business to get our business online going. Right? I know I’m not the only one and we all want to supplement our income till our blog or website takes off.
The Work-at-Home in the 21st century became popular in the latest 2000’s. Places like Indeed, Beyond, ZipRecuiter, Monster.com, and many more all advertise these kind of jobs online. All the time. Everytime. Most of the time. And it’s a DREAM JOB…why not?
…who would not want to work at home and earn $22/hour. Dang. I would want to have that. All I can do is work 6-8 hours at home and heck, they also promised a Dental and Medical insurance after a month of being employed? Dang. Who doesn’t want that? It’s a DREAM JOB.
Wow…so yeah. Anyone can fall for it specially if they are hurting for money. Any type of money will help specially for a struggling business entrepreneur who just started online.
And Craiglist is the right place to have scammers like this? *shakes head*
Don’t get me wrong. There are a lot of legit jobs on Craiglist. But since this is a bad experience for me, I’m pretty sure I won’t be posting for a Job Wanted there. Or even find a client on Craiglist.
I believe the only client you can fall for are the ones you have established relationship with. Not someone who just popped up from Craiglist or eBay or anywhere else on the Internet. Unless that person is referred to you by a friend, family, or colleague you will be fine.
I am thankful to God for my friend Corina Ramos professional Work-at-Home business entrepreneur. If it wasn’t because of her I wouldn’t have a clue how scammy these people are. This is my first encounter. I mean there’s always first to everything. Right? And so if you have any doubt on some of the people online, just ask her and she will guide you through. She can recommend to you what company to trust and who to work for.
What a way to start a New Year, right? I mean I want to trust. And I think the problem with me is I trust too easy. I want to believe that people are REAL because I am REAL. But I keep forgetting that not everyone is honest and still we live in a corrupted and dishonest world.
If you’d like to pick up a few jobs online to supplement your income, just go to Corina’s website and she can guide you all the way through. Anyway, I hope you watch for these SCAMMERS out there!
The moment I told her those words, she left Google chat right away. I’m not sure if she deleted her email address or what because I tried to email her back and no response. So I hope these people get their IP address suspended. I hope the Internet Police get them for this!
Also, I almost forgot to show you this FAKE employment letter bullcrap. Wow, I even signed this crazy thing. I really thought they were for real. But then again, thank God for the given *intuition*. If you’re not 100% sure what this is all about, chances are your intuition is right.
The scammer is getting pretty slick about their scamming. What a great Con Artist. Despicable!
This is my first post for the year 2015 and it didn’t start a good year. It started with a scammer right away. And so I hope that God will protect my business from dishonest people like Baron Infotech Ltd.
Please read Corina’s post that is related to my post:
How to Recognize a Work-from-Home SCAM and What You Can Do to Avoid Them
Be Safe and Have a Blessed New Year!