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sawdust in Ottawa, Ontario

46 months ago

i see the ad for over seas construction work for some decent wages (united states jobs alliance) so I send in a resume and get a reply only to see that i am required to pay some company to do a background check from some cheesy web site...I have traveled overseas in the past and have gone through the fbi for a criminal back ground check ... who are these guys...

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sawdust in massena, New York

46 months ago

i was wondering if anyone has had any luck or dealings with this company , it all sounds good but feels like a scam ...... anyone !!!

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blue.cartledge in Fayetteville, North Carolina

45 months ago

Yeah same story here,... These scamers want you to send them hundreds of dollars for a "background check." 100% scam here! It's sad how low some people will go to steal money from others! Beware!!

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August Carlson in Apopka, Florida

44 months ago

from accurate global reports?

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jmac in Port Richey, Florida

44 months ago

i cant even get a response from this company no phone # no email answer either

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ok in Manchester, Michigan

44 months ago

I see that accurate global reports will not respond to the better business bureau either

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bw in Biloxi, Mississippi

44 months ago

I had the same experience with this company. I sent my resume' and a couple days later I got an email with 3 job offers with very good pay. I was directed to go to accurate global reports and pay $175 for the "international background check". I noticed several spelling and grammar errors on the website, which is definitely not the norm with legitimate businesses. I called the telephone number on the accurate global reports website. A man answered the phone and I told him I wanted to make sure they were a legitimate company before I purchased the report. He constantly interrupted me, and, in a rude, direct voice, told me if I wanted the job I needed to buy the report. I again tried to tell him I was suspicious because of all the errors on the website and he interrupted me again and told me he wasn't interested in my concerns and if I wasn't going to buy the report then he wasn't interested in talking anymore and hung up.

At that point, all the yellow flags in my head immediately turned red. This has to be an elaborate scam between United States Job Alliance and Accurate Global Reports. If not, then they need to make it not look like one.

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Steve in Santa Rosa, California

43 months ago

It is a scam. The errors on the website, no phone numbers for Unite States Jobs Alliance, rude behavior with Accurate Global Reports, etc...My question is, has anyone paid the $175 for the background check and if yes, what happened. I think at this point the all of the Job Posting sites such as INDEED etc that are soliciting United States Jobs job postings should also be held accountable. Indeed and the others are suppose to be on the up and up themselves and, I am sure they have received many complaints by now yet, they keep letting these guys post. Indeed likes the fact that it keeps guys like me and you coming to their site. Too many "RED" flags especially when the BBB can’t even validate these guys. Has anyone found any other sources for overseas employment? Many post so others can try those sources...

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Alvin in Desoto, Texas

43 months ago

I called the number for the background check and he then stated they are owned by the Church of Latter Day Saints. Supposedly they have been in business for 12 years. Don't know about yall but with pay like this it could really help my household.

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Chan in El Paso, Texas

43 months ago

A friend of mine asked for help with filling out the background check and help him get a job so he can get a better paying job instead of living pay check to pay check, and still working 3 jobs! But when I tried to load the site from his e-mail they sent him the web address says it's invalid. and the first website search is to here. When I went to the "united States Jobs Alliance" website I see the address, so I went to google map and searched it, then switched to Satalite mode... YEA, there is NO buildings at that address, there are homes on side street, but the address it's supposed to be at is an open field at a Recreation center in DC!

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Glock in NY

43 months ago

Great ad describing fantastic security jobs overseas...faxed resume and decided to follow up with phone call. Phone number is fake. Obviously a scam..."if it sounds too good to be true, etc,"

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rortiz in Baltimore, Maryland

43 months ago

Thanks to all of the above reviewers I was able to understand that this is another dirty game to obtain other peoples money. I am surprised that no civil law suit has been posted against this company.

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CJ in Houston, TX

42 months ago

100% scam! Here is the letter they sent me.

Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract security employer clients and received a favorable response
from three security employers,all three employers are offering about
the same salary $54.50/hr.to $79.90/hr.depending on the assignment and
qualifications.All offers are thirteen month employment contracts
which means you will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers
have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a
International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC
cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign
countries.A International Background Report
is required for application for a work visa in the country that you
will be working in.Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 449corp/284inc/501LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in;
Argentina,Kuwait,Afganistan,Iraq,Arab Emerites,Costa Rica
In Best Regards,
H.R Phillips,
United States Jobs Alliance
Security Contractor Dept.

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electrical in Huntington Beach, California

42 months ago

Same story here accurate global reports was rude, he didnt answer any questions. The man who answered was brief and dircect. Would not tell me what charity(non profit) group they were just told me it was a church group. Its alot of information and money to give for the response they give you. (Better Business Bureau gave a F rating for United States Jobs Alliance Overseas)

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MB in Virginia Beach, Virginia

41 months ago

I just received the identical email from H.R. Phillips at unitedstatesja.com and followed the link to Accurate Global Reports. The website is pretty sad and the alarm went off at the "buy now" buttons. I'm glad to see that I wasn't the only one who thought this was a scam.

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carpenter in Mckinney, Texas

41 months ago

i agree it seems like a scam, especially with all the misspellings....so has anyone found a LIGITIMATE overseas headhunter who will actually answer questions, and wont steal from my kids mouth? with all these overseas scams, cant imagine the fervor for closing borders and keeping things in the USA...

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tonyjohn in Miami, Florida

41 months ago

I also received a letter with everything exactly as the one metioned earlier which I have attached

Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract security employer clients and received a favorable response
from three security employers,all three employers are offering about
the same salary $54.50/hr.to $79.90/hr.depending on the assignment and
qualifications.All offers are thirteen month employment contracts
which means you will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers
have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a
International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC
cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign
countries.A International Background Report
is required for application for a work visa in the country that you
will be working in.Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 118corp/404inc/065LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in;
Argentina,Kuwait,Afganistan,Iraq,Arab Emerites,Costa Rica
In Best Regards,
H.R Phillips,
United States Jobs Alliance
Security Contractor Dept.

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Dunome in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

41 months ago

tonyjohn in Miami, Florida said: I also received a letter with everything exactly as the one metioned earlier which I have attached

Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract security employer clients and received a favorable response
from three security employers,all three employers are offering about
the same salary $54.50/hr.to $79.90/hr.depending on the assignment and
qualifications.All offers are thirteen month employment contracts
which means you will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers
have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a
International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC
cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign
countries.A International Background Report
is required for application for a work visa in the country that you
will be working in.Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 118corp/404inc/065LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in;
Argentina,Kuwait,Afganistan,Iraq,Arab Emerites,Costa Rica
In Best Regards,
H.R Phillips,
United States Jobs Alliance
Security Contractor Dept.

This company and its affiliate the Accurate, is totally a SCAM. I have learned the hard way and now running into legal avenues to have my money returned.

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Dunome in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

41 months ago

Dunome in Milwaukee, Wisconsin said: This company and its affiliate the Accurate, is totally a SCAM. I have learned the hard way and now running into legal avenues to have my money returned.

Dunome here, just wrote a message to Indeed warning them of this scam. Hopefully, they will listen to the public and stop allowing Unites States Jobs Alliance from scamming any other job seekers'. Times are too hard for this kind of foolishness, when the majority of us just want to find a good paying job to continue living a comfortable life. From now on INVESTIGATE EVERYTHING!! A reminder to SELF.

Good luck everyone!

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dskomsky in Ottawa, Ontario

41 months ago

thank you for your comments and mostly thank you for getting in touch with indeed who has been very helpful for many positive moves.

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Bobbie in Las Vegas, Nevada

40 months ago

Total Scam!!! When I called "Accurate Global Reports" yesterday the guy was rude and downright mean. All he kept saying was that the company was run by the Mormom Church...what a crock~ Anyway, after reading all the negative reviews about this company, we have decided not to send in the 175.00 dollars they were asking for.

This morning I decided to call him back to let him know that I knew he was a fake and told him that I reported him to the FBI...his response was..."Did you call the CIA too?" What an idiot...please people, DO NOT SEND IN YOUR MONEY!!!!! These people are ruthless...they need to go to jail!

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Al in Stone Mountain, Georgia

40 months ago

Thanks all felt the same way. The CIA and FBI really need to crack down on this type of activity. These are the guys who truly need to go to jail.We were all born just not yesterday.

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MikeKendall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

40 months ago

guys, im going to get with my lawyer buddy and see what we can do over this "company". this is total crap. i looked at the emails you guys put in and had the EXACT same response from H.R Phillips. So i'm going to follow as deep as possible to figure out what can be done over this total crock of scamming good people trying to make what their worth instead of make what they do at home. cross your fingers and lets hope this all works out.

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Larry Munroe in San Diego, California

40 months ago

Do the research people... We are supposed to be educated adults ..
First: Be skeptical if they are asking for money up front..
Second: Look for the contradictions..
The message clearly stated that "They had already sent out my resume to their clients and that I have already received 3 job offers".. But when going to their web site there is no “log-in” option to edit or check the status of your profile..
Their website only offers three choices, “Home” or “Contacts” or “Submit Resume”.. But there are no contact phone numbers provided along with no contact names or contact info, just a physical address and an email address..
Third: The so called “Mormon” acclaimed web site for the “International Background Check” was composed as if was written by my 10 year old son..
Further-more, Find out what really entails an "International Background Check".. You will be surprised what you learn..

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O'side Vet in Oceanside, California

40 months ago

I've been looking for a job like this. To finally but my military and security training to work making real money. I got this lead from Job.com so I sent my resume throw the job.com web site. So when I got the e-mail below I was exited but something didn't seam right. So I did my own recearch and the more I look the more this looks like a total scam. This is the e-mail I recieved:

---------- Original Message ----------
From: "H.R Phillips" <security@unitedstatesja.com>
To:
Date: at
Subject: We Have A Security Guard Job Offer For You

Hello Joseph,
Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract security employer clients and received a favorable response
from three security employers,all three employers are offering about
the same salary $54.50/hr.to $79.90/hr.depending on the assignment and
qualifications.All offers are thirteen month employment contracts
which means you will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers
have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a
International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC
cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign
countries.A International Background Report
is required for application for a work visa in the country that you
will be working in.Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 442corp/836inc/096LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in;
Argentina,Kuwait,Afganistan,Iraq,Arab Emerites,Costa Rica

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i_melson in Inglewood, California

40 months ago

well thank you all for your comments,I guess it's still true if it sounds to good to be true then it's worth checking out.I got my email this morning and it did'nt sit right about the background check,so i went to ask.com and found you guys thanks again.

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PepperDog in Chicago, Illinois

40 months ago

Appreciate the comments, I obviously won't do business with these folks. To echo Carpenter's question though, are there any legitimate head hunters for this type of work (over seas contract).

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ppglaura in Norwalk, California

40 months ago

MikeKendall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma said: guys, im going to get with my lawyer buddy and see what we can do over this "company". this is total crap. i looked at the emails you guys put in and had the EXACT same response from H.R Phillips. So i'm going to follow as deep as possible to figure out what can be done over this total crock of scamming good people trying to make what their worth instead of make what they do at home. cross your fingers and lets hope this all works out.

If you get a class action suit going or need another testimonial, count me in. I didn't give them any money, but I did get my hopes up, and I'm so frustrated now.

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bigbob in Salt Lake City, Utah

40 months ago

ppglaura in Norwalk, California said: If you get a class action suit going or need another testimonial, count me in. I didn't give them any money, but I did get my hopes up, and I'm so frustrated now.

i got the same email...didn't pay them. I heard that a potential employer will always pay for the back ground check...and further more, the tax free is only for 364 days not 13 months. so two red flags there.

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jd in Spring Hill, Florida

40 months ago

Just received today. Sounds like a scam.

From: Bob Johnson <overseasjobs@unitedstatesja.com>
To:
Date: at
Subject: You Have A Overseas Construction Job Offer

Hello Joseph,
Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click link to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com.
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract employer clients and received a favorable response from three
employers,all three employers are offering about the same salary $62.50/hr.
to $79.10/hr.depending on the trade and qualifications.All offers are
thirteen month employment contracts which means you will pay no income
tax on your earnings.All offers have a complete benefits package.You
will need to supply a International Background Report to your prospective
employers.TWIC cards and US security clearances will not be valid in
foreign countries.The international background report is required for
application for a work visa in the country that you will be working in.
Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report.
www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 092corp/667inc/491LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in the;
United Arab Emirates,Kuwait,Dubai,Costa Rica,Brazil,Argentina.
In Best Regards,
Bob Johnson
United States Jobs Alliance
Overseas Trades Dept.

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Cleared American Worker in Santee, California

39 months ago

I received an e-mail with similar offer, the e-mailer claimed they were non-profit, but as with the others they directed me to a website for an international background check. This is what raised my suspicion. I do have an active top secret clearance and have learned to trust but verify. This is a scam; any company that offers you a position without first speaking to you either in person or via phone, is scamming you. Overseas contractors pay for everything including background checks. DON’T FALL FOR IT!

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bfunebonz in Merritt Island, Florida

39 months ago

jd in Spring Hill, Florida said: Just received today. Sounds like a scam.

From: Bob Johnson <overseasjobs@unitedstatesja.com>
To:
Date: at
Subject: You Have A Overseas Construction Job Offer

Hello Joseph,
Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click link to visit
www.unitedstatesja.com .
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by
job bill grants,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract employer clients and received a favorable response from three
employers,all three employers are offering about the same salary $62.50/hr.
to $79.10/hr.depending on the trade and qualifications.All offers are
thirteen month employment contracts which means you will pay no income
tax on your earnings.All offers have a complete benefits package.You
will need to supply a International Background Report to your prospective
employers.TWIC cards and US security clearances will not be valid in
foreign countries.The international background report is required for
application for a work visa in the country that you will be working in.
Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to acquire your
International Background Report.
www.accurateglobalreports.com/
These are your coded employer ID numbers 092corp/667inc/491LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in the;
United Arab Emirates,Kuwait,Dubai,Costa Rica,Brazil,Argentina.
In Best Regards,
Bob Johnson
United States Jobs Alliance
Overseas Trades Dept.

Just recieved the same email from Bob Johnson. Look's like a duck, walk's like a duck, well.

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ahmv in Saint Augustine, Florida

39 months ago

I was rip off by this company. I paid them for a background report $175 hoping to be called by one of the 3 companies they say (false hope). I called the company that the numbers that they supplied were false and told them to return my money and he said that they can not return the money. This is a SCAM! I found the hard way. Please be aware and keep away from Accurate Global Reports! Always do your research first.

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cdog3256 in San Diego, California

39 months ago

I almost make that mistake the flag went up so i started to investigate went through the web sites and found you guys and started to read all your comments and sure enough it is true its a scam, i almost send the money to global again thank you guys for the information, times are hard and we need to stick together and help each other.

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ethikz in Lynchburg, Virginia

38 months ago

I received an email from a similar company with certain things changed. Now I went to the website as stated below but it exceeded bandwith so nothing comes up. Now when I go to the website to do the background check it is completely horrible.

From: "Overseas Security Job Dept." <americanoverseasemployment@overseasemloymenthosting.com>
To:
Date: at
Subject: We Have A Overseas Security Guard Job Offer For You

Hello Josh,    Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit  www.americanoverseasemployment.com
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by employers and the public,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our contract security employer clients and received a favorable response from three security employers,all three employers are offering about the same salary $66.50/hr.to $84.90/hr.depending on the assignment and qualifications.All offers are thirteen month employment contracts which means you will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign countries.A International Background Report is required for application for a work visa in the country that you will be working in.Please go to Corporate Investigative Services.Com to acquire your  International Background Report  www.corporateinvestigativeservices.com/  These are your coded employer ID numbers 227corp/489inc/055LLC/ place these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international background report form at Corporate Investigative Services.Com

In Best Regards,
Robert Lewis
Security Contractor Dept.
American Overseas Employment.Com                            

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RO in Tampa, Florida

38 months ago

wow! unbelievable the lengths people will go to just to try and scam honest people trying to find work. I received the same exact email as ethikz above me..They must have caught on to the accurate global reports being fishy to everyone and now changed their "company" to corporate investigative services for background checks..bottom line is if a company thats legit and successful wants to hire you, they will do their own background check without charging you 177 dollars..Flat out ridiculous! And I served this country in both Afghanistan and Iraq but not to protect people like this..I would like to find them myself..Always do your research..Especially this day and age with these money hungry thieves taking advantage of those willing to work while they sit back and scam people!

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Eddy in Marietta, Georgia

38 months ago

sawdust in massena, New York said: i was wondering if anyone has had any luck or dealings with this company , it all sounds good but feels like a scam ...... anyone !!!

RE:I miself received an email from unitedstatesjoballiance.com stated that I have an overseas job offer from 3 different companies.I was advise in the email to go to accurateglobalreports for an international background report for $175.00. Since I made that payment I never heard from anybody. I sent an email to customer service but replies. Two weeks later I received the "SAME EXACT EMAIL" that was sent to me previously,then I realized that I have been "SCAMMED $ 175.00". The worst thing is that both companies are registered under "Nelson Finace Corporation" There are no ways of contacted them by phone. I will file a report with the local Sherif Office and Internet Crime Complaint Center with the FBI to investigate.

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Rick in Nassau, Bahamas

37 months ago

No Legit company will ever ask anyone to pay for a background check. The employer always pays for that!

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mgm in Pensacola, Florida

37 months ago

As of Nov 5 2011 there is a company called Nels Finance using an ad with the same wording looking for security officers to work overseas. I'll bet the United States Jobs Alliance site disappears soon. Noticed a post above that instructed the person to obtain their overseas clearance at www.corporateinvestigativeservices.com They say they are owned by Nels Finance Corp. they probably have so many false sites scamming money that when one gets hot they shut it down and create another.

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pmd in Saint Augustine, Florida

37 months ago

thanks for to all of you for posting.this important info you saved me money and im sure many others.there is a special place in hell for people who take advantage of others in these desperate times.

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mtnski in Lockport, New York

36 months ago

Wow i got the same letter, and was debating with my wife if we should short our rent money and pay into this scam. This is amazing, thanks so much for this post as i was trying to determine if the bbb or some other regulatory agency had the info on these goons.

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crc97478 in Eugene, Oregon

35 months ago

MikeKendall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma said: guys, im going to get with my lawyer buddy and see what we can do over this "company". this is total crap. i looked at the emails you guys put in and had the EXACT same response from H.R Phillips. So i'm going to follow as deep as possible to figure out what can be done over this total crock of scamming good people trying to make what their worth instead of make what they do at home. cross your fingers and lets hope this all works out.

Hey, I just read your post, regarding the overseas employment scam. I too received their responses in the past. I was just wondering if you have gotten anywhere with your attorney friend. It would be great to have people like this behind bars.....and/or hurt them where it hurts them, not us......their wallet!

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QRhodes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

34 months ago

Thank you all, i got that message an it said they wer gonna pay 178,00 to 210,000. thank all of you

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Kingskid72 in Bowie, Maryland

34 months ago

wow!!! a friend of mine called me yesterday, and was so excited about this overseas job, he already sent his resume in , and wanted me to come aboard as well, his reason; if he was going overseas to work, he would rather have a friend who's got his back... i was equally pumped up too... so i decided to check the site this morning!!! i can't thank you guys enough for posting all this comments... i pray they find these people and bring them to book. i just sent my friend a text now, telling him about my findings..i hope he hasnt sent in money yet! thanks guyz.

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johnlanham11@hotmail.com in Jacksonville, Florida

34 months ago

I recieved yourEmail on 1-31-12 with a job offer overseas.You stated
im\ your Email that three companies had viewed my resume, and showed interest. I had the Internation background check done by the company
indicated in your message.I recieved a confrimation number.As of today's date 2-13-12 No other information has beed provided, and yes the payment was made with a valid credit card. I'll be looking forward to your response
John Lanham

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Dave in Pompano Beach, Florida

34 months ago

Rick in Nassau, Bahamas said: No Legit company will ever ask anyone to pay for a background check. The employer always pays for that!

It sounds like this company is asking for a lot, too. You can check somebody out pretty thoroughly for free; public records. For a few dollars more you can get very detailed info on somebody's past.

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randomid in Houston, Texas

34 months ago

OMG I just finished Watching the news and they have a recorded call with a rep from Nels and he was sooo disrespectful and said a lot of racial slurs...they are horrible the lady just wanted her money back when she didn't receive any services...Smh! Bad business!!

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Melissa in Royal Oak, Michigan

34 months ago

Total scam I have a background clearance.

"Hello Melissa,
Thank you for posting your resume on our website,click to visit
<www.americanoverseasemployment.com/>
As you know we are a non-profit organization supported by employers
and the public,our service to you is free.We sent your resume out to our
contract security employer clients and received a favorable response
from three security employers,all three employers are offering about
the same salary $178,000 to $215,000/yr.plus bonuses and overtime
depending on the assignment and your qualifications. All offers are
thirteen month employment contracts which means you
will pay no income tax on your earnings.All offers
have a complete benefits package.You will need to supply a
International Background Report to your prospective employers.TWIC
cards and US security clearances will not be valid in foreign
countries.A International Background Report
is required for application for a work visa in the country that you
will be working in.Please go to Accurate Global Reports.Com to
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These are your coded employer ID numbers 184corp/758inc/086LLC/ place
these employer ID numbers in the space provided on the international
background report form at Accurate Global Reports.Com
The positions that you are being interviewed for are in;
Argentina,Brazil,Afganistan,Iraq,Japan,Costa Rica,Panama
In Best Regards,
Robert Lewis
Security Contractor Dept.
American Overseas Employment.Com
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johnlanham11@hotmail.com in Jacksonville, Florida

34 months ago

I again with Melissa comments, I 've done all that was asked. No response at all. I;m currently compling a on going list of persons just like both of us feel that something is not right. I have a
number for the Fraud Division of the FBI. Once I;ve collected enough of a profile. It will be turned over

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gmhj1@comcast.net in Renton, Washington

34 months ago

Rick in Nassau, Bahamas said: No Legit company will ever ask anyone to pay for a background check. The employer always pays for that!

Thank you. That is what I was looking for. If the employer pays or not.

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