Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#186539 by HannahsDad Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:44 pm
Finance Consult Inc at http://financeconsultinginc.net is a fake company recruiting money mules.
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The Prez Michael Thompson is here: http://financeconsultinginc.net

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

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

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

Address: Office Suites 100 Great Oaks Blvd Albany NY 12203 USA
Tel: 1-518-300-3706

In the process of being reported for fraud

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#186906 by hwnchic Fri Jan 10, 2014 9:32 am
Hi, I just registered to become a finance consultant with this company 2 days ago. I've been feeling funny about this and took me a while to find any outside information about this company until this morning. Please share with me any and all info that anyone has. I don't like scams and I don't want to fall victim to one. Especially this one. Please Help! Thank you!
#186909 by HannahsDad Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:12 am
It is a non-existent company.
The website is fraudulent.
The criminal gang behind it simply want to recruit money mules.
What more is there to know?

If you have given them your bank details - tell your bank.
If you have received money from them - tell your bank and local law enforcement (before they tell you)
Report them to IC3 here http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx

Have nothing more to do with them - it WILL end in tears.

Otherwise you are quite safe - they are probably in the Ukraine or similar and will just move on to the next candidate.

Read the links in my signature to find out more.

#186914 by vonpaso xlura Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:57 am
This is a gang of crooks, probably Slavs, who have been putting up new fake websites every week since 2009 to recruit money mules. The websites ask for the online banking password. If you've given them that, you need to change your bank account number. If you've just given them your bank account number, you need to alert your bank, as they may send fraudulent deposits into it. Print out all emails you got from them, with full headers, and explain that you're a victim of a scam.

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