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I applied for a position for a customer service representative job. The company is DFS Group.

Had an interview that lasted for more than 2 hours. He asked a series of questions had me to visit the website at www.dfsgroup.com. The Recruiter asked me if I had a bank to get Direct Deposit. I mentioned my bank is joint and don't need to used a joint account.

After he did not my account number he disconnected from the chat, which was with hangout.

The first person that text me how I will be talking to her name and phone# 971 319 3462 Mary Graham and the recruiter's name is Drew Depalma his email address drewdepalma75@gmail.com. If need to I can forward to you the whole conversation

Product or Service Mentioned: Ziprecruiter Customer Service Representative Recruitment.

Reason of review: Bad Recruiter.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Fact of spending all that time on a fraudulent interview, Misleading promises.

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Anonymous
#1532086

This person has been doing this for months. They are getting your information from Linkedin.

The real Drew Depalma works for ME Engineering. He has been deal with this for over a year so please reach out to spam@uce.gov and report all communications and file a complaint with ftccomplaintassistant.gov

Anonymous
#1478643

Yea, so i have something similar going on, check sitting in front of me, supposedly to purchase materials. Its sad because the address they use is a real company and the check from a real bank but im so skeptical about it i just cant.

And the fact they ask me deposit it thru my atm...as if to say "please dont ask anyone inside about this"...

Cmon now. I wish ppl were giving away 3 gs to strangers but unfortunately...

Anonymous
to Jeremy #1509850

Same for me, got the check today. Legitimate bank, real company.

Damn i wish i could know if it's real but it sounds SO MUCH like a scam.

ALL contact has been via Google hangouts; i asked for a number to call but they said hangouts were best. Poor command of English, BUT i guess that could happen with a foreifn company.

Anonymous
#1455972

First off to ALL those complaining.. I just had received a total of 3 emails from this company..

I was JUST about to go for IT. But,,, BEFORE I make UP my mind, I check HERE at the complaints.. Before signing up or AGREEING TO A JOB (LIKE THIS) Why didn;t YOU ALL CHECK THEIR COMPLAINTS FIRST BEFORE AGREEING??!! If YOU ALL DID NOT check FIRST then YOU LOSE...

People USE YOUR HEADS.. GOD gave US ALL wisdom.. Why COMPLAIN?? YOU ALL DECIDED TO 'JUMP' INTO IT AND NOW YOU COMPLAINING??!!

You came to them.. MAy YOU ALL LEARN A VALUABLE LESSON.. BEFORE MAKING A DECISION LOOK-UP THE COMPANY FIRST AND DECIDE LATER.... I DO THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR MESSAGE...

I WILL STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY...

"NOW I AM NOT THE VICTIM"... Sam

Anonymous
#1454258

I searched the real Drew Depalma on Facebook, and his identity was stolen.

Anonymous
#1418821

I got a message from a Mary and she set up an interview with Mr. Drew Depalma, I got suspicious because his interview questions and timeline didn't make sense.

I blocked and disconnected from "Hangouts" So disappointing, we are looking for a job and these people are trying to scam us.

So upset people do this. Please beware!!

Anonymous
#1416576

Whoever this person is they are targeting military women in the administrative career field via their linkedin profiles please change your settings. I am working with Linkedin to get those profiles removed I suggest anyone who has been contacted by these people file a FTC report and a safety report with google and linkedin.

Anonymous
#1416553

Mary Graham just texted me too from DFS Group although there are no locations in the Portland, OR area

Anonymous
#1416368

The same thing happened to me. I was contacted by Mary Graham.

I wasnt extremely suspicious until I received a check from a Victoria Mildred from Ohio when I opened it the check was from a company in Texas did not have anything to do with DFS group. I found the real Drew Depalma and I am waiting to hear back from him.

I messaged the fake and asked who Victoria Mildred was but I never received a response. I am reporting the incident to the FTC so they can look into the situation.

Anonymous
#1416147

Did they send over payments for you to purchase your materials? And ask for an ID and Passport?

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1416577

They did send me a payment I never deposited the check I knew it was a way to get access to my account. He did not ask for ID numbers because after I received the check I was extremely suspicious of the entire thing.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1428813

Chances are that the checks are forgeries/not real. The bank's contact info is on every 9legitimate) check, you may want to call the bank that the check is drawn on to verify that it is legit. If it's not, or if you cannot easily find and contact the bank that it's drawn on (which also means it's likely fraudulent), then contact the FTC and your state's attorney general.

Anonymous
#1414729

I just had the same thing happen to me and told me I’d start right away. After reading this I told him I wasn’t interested.

I looked up Drew Depalma and he is an engineer. Not what the person stated.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1416363

The same thing happened to me. He sent me a check from a company in Texas but it was mailed from a fake printing company in Ohio.

I reached out to the real Drew Depalma and I am waiting to hear back from him. You should file a complaint with the FTC so they can look into it and get those people shut down.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1419059

Did you hear anything back from the FTC

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1419437

Today same thing happened to me. He finished his conversation at 9.00 pm from the morning.

Thank for your message. Now I clearly understand that this is a fraud company.

May I know What is FTC, how should I complain? Please let me know.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1428817

Federal Trade Commission-online at ftc.gov or by phone at (877) 382-4357.

Anonymous
#1414294

Anytime someone wants you to interview via hangouts, it's a sign of a scam. If they have a gmail address instead of a company email address, another sign it's a scam. When they start asking you about your bank account, it's a scam!

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