The caller may mention a business like Walmart, and ask you questions like your name, education, and salary requirements.
"It’ll seem like a preliminary interview, but they’re really just phishing for your information," Doug Magditch said.
That’s when the conversation changes. They’ll ask if you’re interested in returning to school or continuing your education.
What they’re looking for is to get your information from you and sell it or sell you something that you’re not really looking for.
“We think what they’re really doing is a sales lead collection,” said Jeannette Kopko of the Dallas Better Business Bureau.
If you get one of these calls, hang up. Don’t call them back, and don’t give them any information.Really, if you’re wanting to continue your education, look for it on your own. Don’t sign up with somebody who calls you.
See the story at: http://nightcaptv.com/2013/04/16/watch-out-for-the-employment-agency-scam/#ixzz2SGcIrE9N
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