This VC-funded P2P company in San Jose is trying to round out their service offerings by developing their duplicate-pay audit service. If you are highly experienced with recovery audits they will interview you and pick your brains about how to do the audits better, all under the pretense of bringing you on as a contractor or employee. Some of the interviewers had no clue about basic recovery audit functions or recovery audit administration, and when we discussed how to handle certain situations this was obvious from both the surprised tone of their voices and their subsequent lines of questioning. If they bring you in for an interview at least make sure they pick up your expenses. They like to brag about the skill of their work-from-home IT programmer, but she seemed pretty muted when I was talking to her - seems they were all looking for tips from Ex-PRG-Schultz, APEX, Broniec, etc. managers on how to be more effective at doing their own jobs. They smile and thank you but if/when they decide to pass on you they will give you a reason that they maintained was not an important factor when you were interviewing. Anything to hide their true intention, I guess.