Victim Location 30303
Total money lost $80
Type of a scam Employment
I applied to Joy Anderson Consulting ("JAC") for a “Customer Service Phone Evaluator” position via their web site instruction. ayt http://joyandersonconsulting.com/. JAC responded via email that I must first do a "Trial Call" for a job evaluating the performance of a health insurance company rep that was to start immediately. JAC’s "Trial Call" email stated, among other things, "If they quote less than what you currently have in place feel free to take advantage of it, as we have had calls like that happen and saved people money on their health insurance. …" The "Trial Call" took more than the 5-10 minutes JAC stated. After emailing the results of the "Trial Call" to JAC, JAC immediately emailed "Compilation and evaluation of all trial calls will take approximately 2 to 3 weeks as we have to individually access each and every trial call made. If you do not hear back from us within three weeks, unfortunately it means your trial call was not successful." JAC never contacts back after the "Trial Call." The "Trial Call" cost me time and money, and surreptitiously put me on a call list to buy health insurance. JAC contacts were Lara Walton, HR Manager and Demi Fletcher, Assistant HR Manager. According to Google search, JAC "prevented Google from creating a page description, but didn’t actually hide the page from Google." See also http://annemillerconsulting.com/ ("AMC").
In fact, JAC is a "company" that defrauds job seekers into performing phone evaluations for free for Go Health (https://www.gohealthinsurance.com) and possibly Care360 (https://get.care360.com/), turns in the job seeker’s evaluation as their own, and gets paid for the phone evaluation they did not perform. This employment scam also enables JAC and AMC to underhandedly sell and/or get customers to switch their health insurance. See also https://www.reddit.com/r/WorkOnline/comments/blrjg1/another_example_of_the_consu…⇄