Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#413302 by TheScamHater Fri Jul 03, 2020 6:37 pm
This scammer is posing as the hiring manager of ServiceNow, I've contacted their HR department and they've confirmed they do not have a hiring manager by that name

NOTE - Individuals representing companies should have an official email domain ([email protected]) with contact information in their signature, NOT with a personal gmail account

From: Lucie Martel <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2020 at 5:55 AM
To: <snip>

Dear Applicant,

Your resume was reviewed by the Hiring Department of Service Now. We believe you have the required qualifications to occupy one(1) among the underlisted openings in the company.

This is strictly an online and work from home job, the working hours are flexible and you can choose to work from anywhere of your choice. Payment is $35.99 per hour and $15 per hour during training. You will receive payment either weekly or bi weekly via direct deposit or paycheck.

The positions available are; Data Entry, Administrative Clerk/Assistance, Customer Service, Payroll Clerk, Executive Assistant, Book keeper.

If you are interested in proceeding further, please contact the Hiring Manager (William Young) via email at [email protected] Or via Telegram using his username (@officialwilliamyoung)
Also you can send him a direct message on Telegram via this link ( He will be on standby.

If you do not have Telegram, go to the web page to download Telegram on your PC or smartphone. When done, you are to set up an account with your number/name and add up the hiring manager William Young via his username (@officialwilliamyoung) or phone number (+1 219 292 7791) or better still, send him a direct message on Telegram via this link ( to commence with the job briefing/interview process where you will get to know more about the company and the available position.

Your Hiring Code is - <snip>

*Job Location: ONLINE
* Hourly salary $35.99
* Paid Training provided ($15 per Hour)
*Interview Date: ASAP
Your swift response matters a lot in this position.

Kind regards,

Hiring department

William Young <[email protected]>

From: William Young <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2020 at 9:14 AM
Subject: Congratulations On Your New Employment With Us!
To: <snip>

Dear <snip>,

We use this medium to welcome you to Service Now. We know that you will be extremely satisfied with our line of staff and the service we provide our customers.We have attached a Welcome On Board Letter Doc. Once again you are welcome.

Acknowledge the receipt of this e-mail and the attached Doc.

Scammer attaches Employment Offer.pdf, nothing worthy of note so I will not be linking it

The scammer converses further in telegram (+1 219 292 7791)

Part 1 - Banter about salary, benefits, blah blah blah

Part 2 - The Scam

TL;DR - The company says it will send you $10,000 for you to buy equipment. However, they want you to send $1000 via Zelle to some "vendor".

NOTE - Even if money shows up in your bank account from someone, it can be withdrawn within 24 hrs. DO NOT respond to job interviewers who ask them to send you money. And ALWAYS confirm their identities and be sure they are who they say they are.

Email of the fake "vendor" - kaliyah Defreese , [email protected]

Do not send money (especially Western Union Money Gram) to a stranger on the Internet! It's a scam! No matter the reason! Don't trust them!

DO NOT tell a scammer his information is posted here or you know he is a fraud

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