This lady by the name of Wendy Gonzalez posted a post on JOBS HIRING IN UTAH, I messaged her because it was too good to be true (working from home, paid training is $10.00 then immediately after that you would start at $20.00, they would pay for the equipment but all you have to do is provide your banking information) I was already skeptical as it is but luckily I used my bank that would notify if I have a huge deposit over $1500) I was talking to their "HR Manager" John Nelson, he would provide me all their benefits and all that but I knew for a fact I wasn't on board, my banking info had security questions so I would be logged in and it would time them out each time because I was monitoring the account as well. I changed my username and password, then John sends me a text with a picture of the account and said I deposited $2300, I immediately looked at my account and there is a hold because of that deposit amount so high, my bank called me, I told her what I was doing and she said this deposit is fraudulent and if I withdrew it, cashed it or anything I would have to pay it back. So yes, this is a SCAM! Do not fall for this, I was truly lucky I caught these PEOPLE! And Wendy Gonzalez even tried to pull she's Christian and fears god, a bunch of BS!!
So does this company really do their interviews on an app “google hangout”?? Do they really have the position “data entry clerk”? Where you make $15/hr during training and then after that you get $35/hr?? Also...they are willing to pay for all the equipment needed for this job...idk...it sounds too good to be true but anyone know if this is a scam?
I recently just had my “interview” on google hangouts, but it seemed legit because it’s a work from home job. However after reading the check for $1400 it’s very similar to what they are doing to me. I think I will call the company today.
Yes DXC is a real company but a scam artist(s) stole their name to make it look legit. Then they will have you work as a "payroll clerk" they send you a check to deposit in your bank then withdrawal all but what is yours then send the rest via itunes cards or western union. The check is bogus your on the hook for it with your bank then you sent the rest in untraceable ways and it is gone. Now you are screwed. How bad would it be to bounce a $1400 check when you already don't have any or very little money. When in doubt if it is DXC call the company. They will tell you what they are hiring for if anything. Most people that contact you via Facebook unsolicited are workimg for the bogus DXC.
The company is legit but someone stole their identity to run a scam, they send u a bad check with 14000 $ and then they ask u to buy equipment from their only "trusted" partner within 24 hrs. Then after u buy the check bounces after like 5 days the fraud dept catches it and u r then responsible to pay that money back. SCAM.
Did they ask you to buy equipment with a check they provided? That seems kind of iffy. Anyone have this happen before?
No it's a legitimate company
Answered - IT Developer (Current Employee) - Conway, AR
No, not a scam.. just lay off
Answered - Medical Claims Examiner (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
Nope. Fortune 500 company and DXC is the new name for CSC after the HPE merger.
Answered - Desktop Engineer (Current Employee) - Groton, CT
No. It's a very real, very VERY large company. I think they focus on large multi-national companies. They are part of CSC corporation. The background check process is intense. They've been working on mine for 2 weeks.