Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#185335 by HannahsDad Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:10 am
Global Outsource Inc at http://globaloutsourceus.net is a fake company recruiting money mules.

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The Prez Adam Cohen is here: http://globaloutsourceus.net/company/manage

The job Financial Support Agent is here: http://globaloutsourceus.net/job/finance

The holy grail of use of a business account Financial Support Agent (Business Account Holders) is here: http://globaloutsourceus.net/job/financebiz

And here is the FAQ that makes everything obvious http://globaloutsourceus.net/job/finance/faq

Address: Office Suites 770 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables FL 33134 USA
Fax: No fax
Tel: 1-786-245-5188

In the process of being reported for fraud

#186245 by Chewbacca Sat Jan 04, 2014 7:51 pm
Hey peeps-
I was just contacted yesterday by this same firm, alleging they work closely alongside Beyond.com (U.S. job search site)... I was offered a job via email and immediately felt there was something very "off"...from the Jason Lambert that contacted me using a gmail.com email address (why isn't it from the webdomain of the business?); to the fact they would like me to use MY bank account to move money around for them during a "30-day probationary period"; and then they promise to give me a company bank account to use if I "work out" for them.

In all fairness, since I decided to play ball and see where this would go, I responded back asking for more information about the company. This time, "Jason" replied back with a letter and a corporate weblink to a site as was shown in the OP, and this time Jason had responded from this email address: job@globaloutsourceus.net via mailgun.org. (mailgun.org being a volume email entity... that can be used for, can you say "spam"?)

First thing I found was this site with the OP. Okay...hmmm....

My second move was to research the address listed for Global Outsource Inc:
Office Suites
770 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables, FL, 33134
USA

here is the cut and paste of the signoff of Jason's email to me today (in bold):

Best regards,

Jason Lambert
HR Coordinator
Global Outsource Inc.
770 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US
Phone: 1-786-245-5188
Fax: 1-585-410-6033
e-mail: job@globaloutsourceus.net


One thing I found questionable/suspect was that while he gives a phone number with Coral Gables, FL area code (786) in his reply, as you see, Jason also lists a fax number that has a Rochester, NY area code (585). Very interesting. The fax machine is 1400 miles away from the phone... or is it the issue of one being a cellular number? I dunno. But I digress.

So next, I googled the street address listed on Global Outsources. What I found was a business in this building by the name of Datapro- a banking software & systems company.
http://www.datapromiami.com/index.html
If you look on the Google Maps street view of the address, you will even see the sign in front of the office bldg; and if you look at the Datapro website they do list the same address (770 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, FL 33134) as Global Outsource Inc. does on their website. Again, hmmm....

So I decided to give Datapro a little call today (1/4/13) to see if they even had heard about Global Outsource Inc. I got Datapro's "answering service", and I asked if he heard about Global Outsource Inc in that bldg(the operator was completely clueless to who was in that bldg, btw), but the operator did forward me to somebody who I talked to live, supposedly from Datapro. When the call was fwded, It sounded as though there was background noise like in a home, and the man had a very thick, middle-east/Indian type of accent. He gave me his name, but I could not understand who he said he was.... HOWEVER, he did know about Global Outsources Inc, and gave me a number to call on Monday for that business which I will not post here.

Datapro does have the appearance of a legitimate business...but of that I am unsure. Inntron who gave them a top 10 rating, seems to be legit...out of Thailand. http://www.inntron.com/core_banking.html

What I do know is that I reached someone supposedly from DataproMiami, who knows about Global Outsource Inc, and gave me a phone number to call on Monday.

My findings thus far suggests a few questions: I want to say this very carefully, I AM NOT SUGGESTING GLOBAL OUTSOURCING, INC IS IN FACT A SCAM, OR THAT DATAPROMIAMI IS CONNECTED TO, OR IN COLLUSION WITH ANOTHER LEGITIMATE OR FRAUDULENT ENTITY- THAT IS MY DISCLAIMER!!!

1. IS Global Outsource Inc "legitimate"?

2. IS Global Outsource a "scam"?

3. IS Global Outsource perhaps a legitimate silent partner or affiliate of DataproMiami?

4. IS Someone inside Datapro running a scam on the side, via Global Outsource Inc?

In the entertainment business, they have an old adage that says: "if someone who says they can do this and this and this for you asks for your money to do it, run- they are not legitimate." It is the truth.
I have a hard time with ANY company that requires you to use your personal bank account (or your PayPal) to move money for them for ANY REASON... caveat emptor.
#186263 by Terminator5 Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:11 pm
Can you post headers from those emails . The Global Outsource mentioned here is a scam . They either want to send you counterfeit checks to deposit and western union them the money , or use your bank account to launder money . No legitimate job needs to use your bank account or requires you to deposit checks in your own personal account and wire money .

Also a search of florida secretary of state reveals that no such entity is registered there .

The address they use is for another company with a similar name that is registered with the florida secretary of state .

And the phone number is a METRO PCS, INC. , No Contract Cell Phone from Miami - Dade County .

"virtus junxit mors non separabit"

Professional Practice Limited to the Detection and Destruction of Employment Scams and their respective Fake Sites .
#186290 by Chewbacca Sun Jan 05, 2014 3:02 am
Terminator5- welp, I can guarantee you that the website my email had a link for is the exact same website as in the OP, for starters.

Here is the first email header (sanitized to protect my identity) yes I am the "xxxxxxxxx@xxx.com" and "XXXXX XXXXXX"...wowee lookit the return path "site1707@www.profotoleinwand.de" domain in there....

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for <xxxxxxxxx@xxx.xom>;
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with ESMTP id 1giZMnmXe0xy for <xxxxxxxxx@xxx.xom>;
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for <xxxxxxxxx@xxx.xom>; Fri, 3 Jan 2014 21:26:15 +0100 (CET)
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Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2014 21:26:15 +0100
To: XXXXX XXXXXX <xxxxxxxxx@xxx.xom>
Subject: Fri. Jan.3, 2014, 5:26 PM - XXXXXXXXXXXXX
X-PHP-Originating-Script: 3707:error.php
X-ASG-Orig-Subj: Fri. Jan.3, 2014, 5:26 PM - XXXXX XXXXXX
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Message-ID: <522687.20140103232612@gmail.com>
From: Jason Lambert <globaloutsourceus@gmail.com>
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Domain

Now here is the second email's header I received from "Jason"... notice the mailgun.org in there (likely for spamming):

Delivered-To: XXXXX XXXXXX@xxx.xxx
Received: by 10.58.161.106 with SMTP id xr10csp6335veb;
Sat, 4 Jan 2014 06:57:18 -0800 (PST)
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Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2014 09:52:27 -0500
From: Jason lambert <job@globaloutsourceus.net>
Organization: Global Outsource Inc.
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Message-Id: <175999624.20140104095227@globaloutsourceus.net>
To: XXXXX XXXXXX <xxxxxxxxx@xxx.com>
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There you go. Thanks! Hope this helps. I'm not about to bite the bait from these characters.
#186401 by Terminator5 Sun Jan 05, 2014 11:57 am
Well thanks for updating the record with the email headers and other details . The site really does not recommend that you engage in a protracted conversation with these criminals . The emphasis here is on identifying and posting email and internet threats for the purpose of warning people .

Thanks for posting here on scamwarners .

"virtus junxit mors non separabit"

Professional Practice Limited to the Detection and Destruction of Employment Scams and their respective Fake Sites .
#186428 by Chewbacca Sun Jan 05, 2014 4:29 pm
Terminator5

I must clarify that I have not had a "protracted conversation" with these guys. Everything that happened, (including the phone call I made to Datapro) happened before I found this site due to my checking into this bunch in the first place, online. It started with one email sent to me out of the blue- as "Jason" reached out to ME via a job/hiring site (the usual ploy for these types, I'm finding out), I then replied simply asking for company info only, "what can you tell me about your company?", and Jason sent me the weblink (that was the second header). Done. I haven't made appointments with them to have coffee (hehe) or continued any communications at all, nor do I intend to. BTW, the number I was given (via Datapro's answering service connection) to "call on Monday" as I was advised, is 1-305-441-0417. It appears to be a landline.

No, I'm not going to call it. One more thing for whatever it's worth, my spam filter did NOT block or divert the emails from "Jason".

Hopefully what I've posted, including the headers, helps keep people from being victims, and perhaps helps to bust the bad guys. Sic 'em. Somebody. please. Thanks.
#189612 by Chantelle99 Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:54 am
The site is fake I tried it and they asked for my bank info I told them my bank will not confirm because they believed that what their doing is a scam and it is a fake company. The next day I tried logging back in, they logged me out and if would not let me. I did put my info though including id... Is that bad???HELP PLEASE!
#189630 by Terminator5 Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:06 pm
Chantelle99 wrote:The site is fake I tried it and they asked for my bank info I told them my bank will not confirm because they believed that what their doing is a scam and it is a fake company. The next day I tried logging back in, they logged me out and if would not let me. I did put my info though including id... Is that bad???HELP PLEASE!



You may want to google your details periodically to make sure they are not using them in a scam . If you gave them more than just your name and address , you may want to subscribe to one of those ID Theft Protection Services .

"virtus junxit mors non separabit"

Professional Practice Limited to the Detection and Destruction of Employment Scams and their respective Fake Sites .
#189642 by vonpaso xlura Sat Feb 01, 2014 7:11 pm
If you gave them your bank account number, tell your bank; you may get a fraudulent transfer into it. If this happens, do not withdraw any money for any reason until the transfer is sent back where it came from.

If you gave them the online password to your bank account, close it immediately and open another with a different password.

Do not say anything to the scammers. Do not answer the phone if they call, ignore their emails, if they try to chat just sit there saying nothing.

Please post the emails you received with full headers.

No one serving as a soldier gets tangled up in affairs of life. He wants to please his enlisting officer. 2 Tim. 2:4
#190692 by fiveknorth Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:08 pm
This is the full text of recruitment letter

From all intents and purposes, this looks a lot like money laundering. Run Forest, run! :roll:

From: Jason lambert <job@globaloutsourceus.net>
Subject: Re: You will reach success with the company,xxxxxxx - 11/02/2014 5:31:11 PM
Date: February 11, 2014 3:08:55 PM CST
To: xxxxxxx

Welcome to Global Outsource Inc.

We hope that your interest and decision to join our company can promote and strengthen Global Outsource Inc. and create long-term employment while securing financial stability.

As this is an on-line, home based position, there is no formal Interview process for this position and most of communication is done on-line. The application process is distant yet vary rigorous. We screen all possible applicants to ensure that long term employment is possible.

A few words about the job

For the most part what the job requires is for someone to be available Monday through Friday, 9 to 11 am.
Your main job would be monitoring your on-line Task Manager, which you’ll create on our site once you’re employed.
Once the funds enter your account, your supervisor will notify you and assign you your tasks for the day.
At this point you would go to your bank, withdraw the funds and transfer them using Western Union or Money Gram, as instructed by your supervisor.
So why we do it? We work with IT specialists, IT companies, web-developers all over the world and they want to receive their salary as you do, usually we did direct wire transfers but our clients received their money with a constant holds (up to 15 days).
That's why we decided to make this process faster, and we withdraw money from our bank account and transfer it through Western Union\Moneygram service, and that's why we need people to do that, we can not afford providing a new bank account for every new employee, that's why we need your's. Not every applicant passes his\her probation period.
If you pass your probation period we will provide you with our own bank account.

Hurry up to receive your Sign On Bonus: http://www.globaloutsourceus.net/job/fi ... us?lang=us

You will be hired on a trial basis (1 month). During this period you will be trained and receive on line support while working and being paid. Base salary is $2,300 per month during the Trial Period (is paid at the end of each month) + 8 commission from each successfully handled payment (should be deducted from the money received per task). Total income is about $4,500 per month. After the first 30 days your base salary will be increased up to $3,000 a month. Please note that personal supervisor can recommend termination during/after the trial period, depending on agent’s activity. New employee should be responsible and strictly follow supervisor’s recommendations to pass the Probationary Period successfully and be employed on regular basis.

The main job responsibility is to stay logged on line for about 2 hours per day, Monday - Friday, 9 am - 11 am. Receiving specific instructions from a supervisor and following prompt assignments is of most importance. The position deals directly with processing funds from our clients. For security reasons a personal bank account is required during the trial period of 30 days. Once your trial is completed, we will assign you a business account through one of our branches in your area.

During your trial period you will receive between 2 and 3 transfers per week. Invoices are provided for each operation. Along with every operation, you automatically receive the senders, and further the receivers names that the funds belong to.

In order to secure the position and get started with probationary period, you need to create a Task Manager Account. Follow the steps below to make sure that your application is processed correctly and without any delays.

1. Complete the electronic application: http://www.globaloutsourceus.net/registration/1

NOTE: As you will be receiving bank transfers for our international clients, please provide your bank essentials. To avoid unnecessary problems, please be very careful while completing this form.

It's OPTIONAL to provide on-line banking information, if you do not feel comfortable with that, please keep it confidential, simply click on "skip this step" during the registration. If you wish to provide view only access to your on-line banking, simply contact your banker and let him/here know that you want to activate this service, but be advised, that not all banks have this option, in this case, simply click on "skip this step" during the registration.

If you prefer to work only with a Pay Pal account, you should be aware that your PayPal account must be Premier or Business, verified and linked with your bank account. To proceed with the application forms you will need to input symbols: 123123123 instead of bank account details, and provide the required information about PayPal. This will help us to classify your Task Manager account.

2. Electronic signing of the Agreement during the registration process.

Please familiarize yourself with all the clauses of the Contract, if you agree, click on sign the contract.

The contract comes into effect since the moment of your Task Manager account activation. We would like to mention that electronic form of the Contract has the same validity as the contract signed personally by both parties.

We guarantee complete privacy of your personal data and would like to emphasize that our company strictly carries out its commitments as regards to private information and confidentiality of private and business information protection. We make use of reliable means of physical, electronic and administrative security with the view of protection of private information entrusted to us.

3. To make sure that we eliminate any false registrations, we ask that you provide a valid proof of your identity. The documents that would suffice as a valid ID are as follows: ID or Drivers License, a recent Utility Bill in your name or a copy of your passport.

For your security, we would like to point out that we do not release your personal information to any third parties outside of our company.

You may provide any of the necessary documentation via our fax: 1-845-468-7013
If you don't have access to the fax machine, or you're unable to upload the documents into Task Manager account, simply provide a photo of the document proving your address via e-mail. Please make sure the picture is readable before submitting the documentation.

Once all required documents are received, we will review your registration information and assign you a personal supervisor who will guide you through your Probationary Period.

For further assistance please contact us at any time during business hours.

Best regards,

Jason Lambert
HR Coordinator
Global Outsource Inc.
#190693 by fiveknorth Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:14 pm
This is the raw header info, where ME = my personal or email info. I hope this helps.

From: Jason lambert <job@globaloutsourceus.net>
Subject: Re: You will reach success with the company, ME - 11/02/2014 5:31:11 PM
Date: February 11, 2014 3:08:55 PM CST
To: Me
Delivered-To: me
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