Victim Location 95887
Type of a scam CryptoCurrency
This company, which has two names "Resolute" and "Paragon" had a listing on both Indeed and ZipRecruiter advertising the following job: Community Outreach Manager – WE ARE RECRUITING ONLY THE BEST LEADERS IN THE COMMUNITY!
Our associates make our company special. We recruit the sharpest minds. These individuals have a talent for understanding the complexities of todays’ technologies. Their ability to see around corners gives us a competitive edge. There’s no such thing as status quo at our company. We continually encourage one another to raise the bar. Our culture supports originality and diversity. We embrace and inspire new ideas. Our executives understand how to connect with consumers and drive brand interest. We supply the energy that forms the foundation to building a sustainable customer base.
We continually inspire and empower them to put forth amazing efforts to help brands realize their customer acquisition goals.
We promote a government-funded program dedicated to helping select markets meet their telecommunications needs. Our mission is to pinpoint communities and people who have been underserved in our increasingly wireless world.
The federally funded Lifeline Assistance program is backed by a Fortune 500 telecommunications brand, and provides free cell phones and minutes to those who qualify.
Our company ensures that these vital, life-supporting tools are available to underserved individuals. Together we help families and communities thrive.
People from all backgrounds and skills sets are encouraged to apply with the following: customer service, customer relationship management, customer service, sales, customer acquisition, customer retention, customer insight, customer development, customer engagement, and bilingual.
When the recruiter phoned me she explained the job would be working with churches, community leaders for the homeless, and other community groups as an Outreach Specialist. So I was excited about the opportunity. I showed up for the interview, which they said dress to impress for, and the office was a dump. The waiting area was dusty and there was little to no furniture AT ALL. When the interview took place it turned out that they were looking for people to sit in the 99 cent store and sell phones using the LifeLine program. Nothing like the recruiter explained or even advertised. So please be aware that this is an attempt to have you SELL PHONES to low-income people in one of the most ridiculous places. Its commission based on how many phones you sell.
THIS IS A COMPLETE SCAM, FALSE ADVERTISING, AND A WASTE OF PEOPLE’S TIME!