I got this email about a job offer and I believed it and gave my information out. Help what do I do?
This is the email I got. Dear Applicant, Congratulations! This is a tentative offer of employment for the available warehouse position with Heineken USA. As you know, this position pays a generous hourly wage, plus benefits, and also provides potential to earn both pay increases and growth opportunities into management and executive level positions. We are hiring rapidly at this time, and are fully prepared to make you an employment offer, provided that you comply with the rest of the recruitment terms. This is a full-time position. Depending on your experience and physical ability, you will be working either inside the warehouse in packing and shipping, outside on the truck-loading team, or operating a forklift. These jobs vary in pay as well as physical and mental demands. Your starting wage will be based on your experience level, as well as the results of your preliminary strength and logic aptitude exams. Some experience working in a warehouse setting is preferred, but not required, as fully paid training will be provided. To accept these terms and move on to the final stage of the recruitment process, you must provide us with a current copy of your credit report to go in your employment file. Heineken USA, Inc. has a zero-tolerance policy in regards to theft of company property. Your credit scores and payment history are not important to us; rather it is a means of verifying your identity, and will also serve as your acceptance of the position. Once you fill out the report, an email is automatically generated that notifies us of your acceptance. Upon receiving notfication that you have completed yoru report, we immediately mail your new hire paperwork along with times for your orientation and uniform fitting. Be sure to bring 2 forms of identification with you to the orientation. Your free report can be obtained here: http://nationalreport.net/application50779/[/color] This tentative offer of employment will expire in three (3) full business days past the date sent. If you have any questions, please contact me directly. We appreciate your interest in joining the team at Heineken USA, Inc., and hope you decide to come aboard! Natalie Upland Director of Human Resources Heineken USA, Inc. Reply With Quote I gave my info out to her and I am nervous now that the scammers have my credit report!!!.....what do I do now? I keep falling for scams!!!
Asked By: JudithS - 9/1/2010
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So sorry you got scammed. I was sent the same email from Natalie Upland. It is important to report her to the FBI just as I did. Finding a job is hard enough without having to worry about identity theft and scam artists. You may also want to contact the social security administration and report this ASAP. Wishing... More
Answered By: Melinda - 9/2/2010
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If you go to this site it will help you with info on what to do when you have fallen for a scam.http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org/lo... Good luck.
Answered By: Ooops - 9/1/2010
has she gotten back to you or is it a scam for sure?
Answered By: Edward - 9/1/2010
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