Claiming to be from Levaco

Fake company (pretending to represent Levaco Belgium) offers over-inflated work contracts, signed only by the hired person. Under pretense of buying a required software (worker to send payment via Western Union to a person in Puerto Rico) they offer to send an advance but for “verification purposes” request not only the account and routing numbers but also the credentials for online banking!!!
As alternative, if pressed, they will offer to send paper checks but only if given the real address (no PO Boxes!) and phone number.
They recruit on job boars, start with a Skype interview (only audio!), pass on to a “supervisor” for chat on Google Hangouts, for receiving documents provide addresses for “HR” and “account” dept.. I demand raise awareness. Stay away

  • #Mr. Cole
  • #David Petterson

This review (Claiming to be from Lev

Fake company (pretending to represent Levaco Belgium) offers over-inflated work contracts, signed only by the hired person. Under pretense of buying a required software (worker to send payment via Western Union to a person in Puerto Rico) they offer to send an advance but for “verification purposes” request not only the account and routing numbers but also the credentials for online banking!!!
As alternative, if pressed, they will offer to send paper checks but only if given the real address (no PO Boxes!) and phone number.
They recruit on job boars, start with a Skype interview (only audio!), pass on to a “supervisor” for chat on Google Hangouts, for receiving documents provide addresses for “HR” and “account” dept.. I demand raise awareness. Stay away

  • #Mr. Cole
  • #David Petterson

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