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How to Avoid Fake Recruiting Scams

by on May 30, 2019
in Tips & How-Tos, Computers and Software, Computer Safety & Support, Home Safety & Security, Privacy :: 279 comments

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You receive a personalized email from a recruiter claiming to be filling a senior level executive position and you could be the perfect candidate – too good to be true? It probably is. There are a variety of fake job and recruiting scams going around that offer no opportunities except to separate interested candidates from their cash.

How the job recruiting scam works

There are multiple flavors of the scam, but the general process is the same. You get a personalized email from a “recruiter” filling a senior level spot. The email will suggest that they got your name through a referral and that you have just the credentials they’re looking for (even though they haven’t interviewed you or gotten any information from you yet). In some cases, the scam may originate on legitimate job sites like Indeed.com. Here is an example of an email I received in November, 2018 (note that it is nearly identical to emails others received with a different recruiter and company name):

Hello Josh,

I hope this message finds you well. I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am senior executive recruiter at ProRecruiting Solutions Inc.  and our client has retained us to fill various senior level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

P.S: We are a retained search firm and get paid by the employer. You will not be asked to share any confidential information or pay any fees.

Best Regards,

David Miller
Senior Executive Recruiter
ProRecruiting Solutions Inc.
http://www.prorecruitingsolutions.com
1450 Broadway 7th floor,
New York, NY 10018, USA

If you research the company, you may find a well-constructed website listing their credentials, recruiting team, etc. But don’t be fooled. Anyone can set up a fake website. The ProRecruiting Solutions website claims the company has been in business since 2007, yet the site only went live in August, 2018, a couple of months before I received the email (both the site and phone number are no longer active, but you can see an archived version here). To help support the myth, should you choose to research the company further, they even put out a press release touting their growth (also in August).

Some recruiting scams will go so far as to create fake LinkedIn profiles of their executives, which can be spotted because they have few connections (real recruiters generally have 500+) or endorsements. In the case of ProRecruiting Solutions, I could find no professional information about the supposed principals, which is a big red flag for a recruiter.

The email also has suspicious indications, which you can find if you’re more technically inclined. While the From address is david@prorecruitingsolutions.com, the email was sent via Sendy.co, a newsletter app that “makes it possible for you to send authenticated bulk emails at an insanely low price”. Unlike many other newsletter services, Sendy is self-hosted, so a scammer would not need to provide credentials for an account with a hosted service, like ConstantContact or Mailchimp, who would also be quick to kick anyone off the service they suspected of sending spam emails.

Version 1 - the resume review scam

Once you respond back to the email with your interest, the scam will go one of two ways. In one version, the recruiter will claim there is a “problem” with your resume and ask you to upload it to a purported resume review site.  These sites charge a fee of around $10 to review your resume, at which point they will tell you why your resume needs to be redesigned to work with company applicant tracking systems and show off your skills, which they will be happy to do for an extra $150 and up. If you go for the resume service (or choose to opt out), the recruiter will then sadly inform you that the job you were supposedly in line for has fallen through.

Version 2 - the pay for interview scam

The second version of the job scam, perpetrated by one of the largest recruiting scam operators, has cost consumers hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. In a complaint filed by the FTC, after the job candidate responded to a fake recruiting email sent by the defendants (who were operating under a variety of aliases, including Worldwide Executive Job Search Solutions LLC, WWEJSS, Seven Figure Careers, 7FigRecruiters, 7FC, Finnburg Switzer, ResumeterPro, Creating Job Opportunity, Confidential Jobs Only, CJOnly, and CJO Private Equity, PrivateEquityHeadhunters.com LLC, PE Headhunters, Private Equity Headhunters, and PEHHS.COM LLC, all owned and operated by Craig Chrest), they were included on an email string that had the name of the hiring company and the hiring partner’s name and email. Candidates who researched the company (usually a supposed VC or private equity firm called Agile Capital, Rock Hill Capital, or Sienna Ventures) found a website (also fake) confirming the information.

And then scammers set the hook. According to the FTC, “…to move forward with job placement services or to land an interview, the defendants required consumers to sign a contract and pay an advance recruiting fee of between $1,200 and $2,500. Consumers then got a purported job interview by phone with the hiring partner of the company – often identified as Agile Capital, Rock Hill Capital, or Sienna Ventures.”

As with the resume scam, once the interview was done, the job disappeared due to a “change in the company’s business plans or hiring needs.” And if you considered complaining about this treatment to anyone, the contract you signed contained non-disclosure language that threatened a penalty of 10x the recruiting fee (up to $25,000, in this case) if you discussed what occurred.

Thankfully, these guys have finally been shut down by the FTC, but others may be operating using the same tactics.

Version 3 - the advance check payment scam

This scam seems to be originating out of job boards, such as Indeed.com. After you apply for a position on the site (often one that offers a suspiciously high salary and benefits), you get an email congratulating you on being hired for all the details on your fabulous new job. They even arrange to send you a large check for your first month of work, which you happily deposit into your bank account. The only catch is that they ask you to send them money orders (or even iTunes gift cards!) so that they can purchase uniforms or other equipment that you need for your job. Or, the check includes money for the clients you'll be working with, so they ask you to wire funds to the accounts for those client. Shortly thereafter, you get a notice from your bank that the check you deposited is fraudulent – there is no money, your account gets frozen, you owe bounced check fees and whatever money you sent to the company or "clients" is gone forever.

How to avoid falling for a job recruiting scam

I spoke with Don Zinn, Vice President, Executive Search at boutique recruiting firm StevenDouglas, to get his take on what is legitimate for recruiters to ask of candidates and how you can recognize when you may be getting scammed. And, together, we developed these tips for recognizing when a job pitch may not be on the up-and-up.

  1. Recruiters should never be asking for money. Period. Paying a referral fee is not a legitimate practice at all – the client always pays the fee.
  2. No one is going to tell you you’re perfect for a job or put you in touch with a company without interviewing you first. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
  3. Ask the recruiter “What do they know about the client? What do they know about the opportunity? What is the time frame for hiring?” If they can’t give you clear answers, something isn’t right.
  4. Recruiters should never ask you to sign a contract or non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before an interview. And if they ask you for your social security number or banking account information, run the other way.
  5. Research the recruiters. Do you have connections in common on LinkedIn? Do they have a detailed professional profile other than on their own site? If you Google them, are you finding complaints on scam warning sites?

Zinn says that even if the recruiter is legitimate, “There is no barrier to entry to be a recruiter. You should be picky and choosy about who you work with. You don’t want people who are going to take your resume and send it to 300 people – especially if you are working. Tell the recruiter before they send your resume to anyone, you want to know who they are sending it to.”

And I’ll just leave you with Zinn’s advice above, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

Author's Note 8/14/19: I just received an email with identical text as in the article above, yet from a different name and recruiting company (see below). If you go to the TQ Recruitment website About page, the pictures of the supposed team are identical to the photos of the team on another recruiting site, FS Recruiting, but with completely different names.

FS Recruiting TB Recruiting team

Also, the contact phone number for TQ Recruitment 877-373-2279 (not in service) is the same as that listed for a now de-active website for a TB Recruiting. Complaints about TB Recruiting go back to at least 2017.

If you receive a similar recruiting email, please post in comments below to help people identify the company and recruiter names being used in these scams.

Hello Josh,

I hope this message finds you well. I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Senior Executive Recruiter of TQ Recruitment Inc. and our client has retained us to fill various C-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate. 

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

P.S: We are a retained search firm and get paid by the employer. You will not be asked to share any confidential information or pay any fees

Best Regards,

Greg Berry
Senior Executive Recruiter

TQ Recruitment Inc.
www.tqrecruitment.com
54 W 21st St Suite- 260 - 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010

[Image credit: job interview via BigStockPhoto]



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execsearchpros scam

From MZ on October 07, 2021 :: 6:04 am

Hello <redacted>,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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exact same scam-mail received 1 Nov 2021

From MSP on November 01, 2021 :: 9:32 am

Hello XXX,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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John Walsh still at it

From Mike on October 10, 2021 :: 12:53 pm

I’m sort of disappointed that I only received the most generic version of the message:

Hello Mike,,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

John Walsh
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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Victoria Jones and Brad Wilson

From JF on October 14, 2021 :: 5:51 pm

These guys continue with their website ON and emails. I realized when they asked me to review my resume with a service (Resume Experts) for free, but the service is not free. Then I searched for them on LinkedIn and there is no trace of them. Then I found this great article and realized how pros are these scammers.
/////////
Hello [edited],

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.


Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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One-hire.com

From PJ on October 20, 2021 :: 7:50 am

Same names (john Walsh, Robert Lee), same address (W 21st St NYC) as SN, above, and Executive Circles. Resume problems - referred me to Resume-Experts.net (which generated a response with the email address Ladder Resumes LTD - also what PayPal logged as the company). Unfortunately, did my research after sending them a PayPal for a resume fix. Following up with PayPal and my credit card company to try to claw it back, but looks like it’s an expensive lesson.

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Exec Search Pros Inc.

From Sam Batarseh on October 22, 2021 :: 12:04 pm

Victoria Jones and Brad Wilson from Exec Search Pros Inc are scammer

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I received the Victoria Jones email today

From Janine on October 26, 2021 :: 5:27 pm

Yes, their email does sound too good to be true. Using someone’s first AND last name in a salutation is always a giveaway.  They’re clearly not too smart wink)

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Same email

From Salvatore Capone on October 27, 2021 :: 11:51 am

Just got same email:

Hello XXXX,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

Reply

Another person/firm to add to scam list---rescued someone I work with from being scammed

From Greg David on October 28, 2021 :: 1:20 pm

From: Richard Taylor <richard@jasonrecruitment.com>
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2021 8:17 AM

Subject: Your Resume - Jason Recruitment

Hello ,
This email is in response to the resume you’ve sent to us. I am the team leader on this project and have received your information from Andrew Bone.

We are having an issue with your resume. We can open the file without any issues but the problem is with the way information in your resume is structured and formatting used which is resulting in a lot of missing information in experience fields when your resume is parsed by the candidate management systems. Please check your resume and try fixing the issue so we can load your resume in our candidate tracking system.

I converted the file type and tried both Word and PDF but still having the same issue. I asked my colleague and apparently, it is a common issue. He instructed me to ask you to check your resume through https://optimisedresumes.com and see if you can identify and fix the problem.
We have a call scheduled with the client on Tuesday next week and I will try to make a brief introduction. I am available for a call anytime on Wednesday next week. Let me know a time that works for you and I will call you to answer your questions and discuss the next steps. In the meantime please try to get your resume issue fixed so our timing is not affected
Best regards,

Richard Taylor
Senior Executive Recruiter
Jason Recruitment Inc.
http://www.jasonrecruitment.com

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Got the same!

From Grace on November 15, 2021 :: 6:22 pm

Got the same email last week! 😡

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Same SCAM outcome at the end when the opportunity falls apart!!! Received by someone I work with.

From Greg David on October 28, 2021 :: 1:23 pm

From: Richard Taylor <richard@jasonrecruitment.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2021 10:47 AM

Subject: Update - Executive Level Opportunities

Hello ,
We just got off the phone meeting with the client. Unfortunately, the deal fell apart due to some conflict of interest. This is a surprise for us as we were under the impression that the deal was already completed and we were expecting to get our retainer agreement signed today. There is another investor who is interested and we have already sent them an intro email, if they complete the acquisition we will try our best to get back on the project.
I really appreciate your time and interest and I am sorry about how this turned out and I hope you understand, this has nothing to do with your candidacy. This is just how these things work sometimes.

I will keep your contact information saved and will contact you if something similar comes up in the future.
Best regards,

Richard Taylor
Senior Executive Recruiter
Jason Recruitment Inc.
http://www.jasonrecruitment.com

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Exec Search Pros Scam

From Not Victoria Jones on November 01, 2021 :: 6:11 am

Same email. Thank you for saving me from a scam


Dear ______,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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Got the email today

From Jenelle on November 02, 2021 :: 2:36 pm

Received this email today from “John Walsh” and thought it rang false.  In response, I sent him a link to this article.
——
I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

John Walsh
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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John Walsh is working with various 'recruiting firms'.

From Ash on November 02, 2021 :: 10:45 pm

Got the same mail today, so I won’t C/P it here. Sent by ‘John Walsh’ of course, but now he’s moved to Exec Search Pro Inc. Their website doesn’t work or does not exist. Take your pick.

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Exec Search Pros Inc - not!

From SASM on November 03, 2021 :: 11:38 am

Hello [FIRST CLUE - THEY GOT MY NAME WRONG],

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

John Walsh
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

Reply

Executive Level Opportunities

From Me on November 03, 2021 :: 10:26 pm

Hello XXXXX,
I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring Executive Level opportunities.

I am Executive Recruiter of Jason Recruitment Inc., and our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions.

I have reviewed your Linkedin profile and found your skills and experience to be impressive and relevant to the job position.

If you are interested in learning more about our company and the position, we would love to set up a quick phone call. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and give you all the details about the job.

Please reply to this email with an updated copy of your resume.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best regards,
Andrew Bone
Senior Executive Recruiter
Jason Recruitment Inc.
http://www.jasonrecruitment.com

Reply

The start of the scam by Jason Recruitment

From Grace on November 15, 2021 :: 6:28 pm

Initial email sent from Andrew Bone followed by another from ‘his team leader’ Richard Taylor.

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Victoria Likes Me Best

From Victoria's Secret on November 06, 2021 :: 12:42 am

Hello [NAME REDACTED],

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

Victoria Jones
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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Same scam…John Walsh with Exec Search Pros Inc.

From HL on November 08, 2021 :: 7:42 am

Something about it seemed off.  I always search the company that sends the email to see if they have a job board and whatnot.  Of course the website doesn’t work.  So, I’m glad this website was the second entry in my search.

“ I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

John Walsh
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.”

Reply

yup, same deal

From yup, same deal on November 08, 2021 :: 3:00 pm

email sent from .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Hello <name>,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring new opportunities. I am Head of Leadership Consulting at Exec Search Pros Inc. Our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions. I was referred to you by an outside talent sourcing firm and based on your previous experience I think you are a very credible candidate.

If you are interested in learning more, please reply back to this email with an updated copy of your resume and I will connect you with the recruiter leading this project and schedule an introductory call.

Best regards,

John Walsh
Head of Leadership Consulting
Exec Search Pros Inc.

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Andrew Bone

From Scam me not on December 02, 2021 :: 3:00 pm

Just received the same as others from a Anrew Bone. Same pictures as those on left hand side and text from Jason Recruitment .com

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Thanks for writing this! Just got one

From Jon on December 09, 2021 :: 3:12 pm

Thank you! I almost responded. The red flags are: established 2021, 917 phone number for office, emailed at 3AM CT, mailing list on email is “gd168lhznga54 <Ladders Gmail All 2019: 170k to 180k>”, no Linkedin page.

Here’s the email I received:

Hello xxxxx,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring Executive Level opportunities.

I am an Executive Recruiter of Private Equity Corp., and our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions.

I have reviewed your Linkedin profile and found your skills and experience to be impressive and relevant to the job position.

If you are interested in learning more about our company and the position, we would love to set up a quick phone call. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and give you all the details about the job.

Please reply to this email with an updated copy of your resume.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best regards,

David Kirk
Senior Executive Recruiter
Private Equity Corp.

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That John Walsh … one busy hustler!

From Ms. H on December 16, 2021 :: 11:35 pm

Got this tonight (12/16/21) and the company “website” is a bust …

Hello Xxxxxxx,
I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring Executive Level opportunities.

I am Executive Recruiter of Executives Circle Inc., and our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions.

I have reviewed your Linkedin profile and found your skills and experience to be impressive and relevant to the job position.

If you are interested in learning more about our company and the position, we would love to set up a quick phone call. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and give you all the details about the job.

Please reply to this email with an updated copy of your resume.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best regards,

John Walsh
Senior Executive Recruiter
Executives Circle Inc.

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Dec 2021 - Got one from "John Walsh"

From Joy on December 20, 2021 :: 10:34 pm

Regarding Job Opportunities
Inbox

John Walsh <john@executives-circle.com> Unsubscribe
Dec 17, 2021, 12:04 AM (3 days ago)


Hello ___________
I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring Executive Level opportunities.

I am Executive Recruiter of Executives Circle Inc., and our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions.

I have reviewed your Linkedin profile and found your skills and experience to be impressive and relevant to the job position.

If you are interested in learning more about our company and the position, we would love to set up a quick phone call. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and give you all the details about the job.

Please reply to this email with an updated copy of your resume.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Best regards,

John Walsh
Senior Executive Recruiter
Executives Circle Inc.

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I should have known it was too good to be true

From Shane on January 06, 2022 :: 10:59 am

Hello XXX,

I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in exploring Executive Level opportunities.

I am Executive Recruiter of Lucas Staffing Inc., and our client has retained us to fill various senior-level positions in one of their recent acquisitions.

I have reviewed your Linkedin profile and found your skills and experience to be impressive and relevant to one of the open positions.

If you are interested in learning more about our company and the position, we would love to set up a quick phone call. We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and give you all the details about the job.

Please reply to this email with an updated copy of your resume.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Amber Smith
Senior Executive Recruiter
Lucas Staffing
http://www.lucasstaffing.com

Hi XXX,

This email is in response to the resume you’ve sent to us. I am the team leader on this project and have received your information from Amber Smith.

We are having an issue with your resume. We can open the file without any issues but the problem is with the way information in your resume is structured and formatting used which is resulting in a lot of missing information in experience fields when your resume is parsed by the candidate management systems. Please check your resume and try fixing the issue so we can load your resume in our candidate tracking system.

I converted the file type and tried both Word and PDF but still having the same issue. I asked my colleague and apparently, it is a common issue. He instructed me to ask you to check your resume through https://upscaleresumes.com/ and see if you can identify and fix the problem.

We have a call scheduled with the client on 4th January and I will try to make a brief introduction. I am available for a call anytime on Wednesday 5th next month. Let me know a time that works for you and I will call you to answer your questions and discuss the next steps. In the meantime please try to get your resume issue fixed so our timing is not affected

Best regards,

Eric Evan
Senior Executive Recruiter
Lucas Staffing Inc.
http://www.lucasstaffing.com

Hi XXX,

We just got off the phone meeting with the client. Unfortunately, the deal fell apart due to some conflict of interest. This is a surprise for us as we were under the impression that the deal was already completed and we were expecting to get our retainer agreement signed today. There is another investor who is interested and we have already sent them an intro email, if they complete the acquisition we will try our best to get back on the project.
I really appreciate your time and interest and I am sorry about how this turned out and I hope you understand, this has nothing to do with your candidacy. This is just how these things work sometimes.


I will keep your contact information saved and will contact you if something similar comes up in the future.

 

Best regards,

Eric Evan
Senior Executive Recruiter
Lucas Staffing Inc.
http://www.lucasstaffing.com

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I got one from a company in the UK

From James Durfee on January 06, 2022 :: 3:23 pm

I did an interview with a Bill Hunter from Plextek Ltd. They even said they would send me a check for my staRT up costs. WHEN I asked if he hAD a LinkedIn account he SAID no.

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Confirm the legitimacy of the Europe jobs and visa solutions agency.

From Nicholas Nathan on January 11, 2022 :: 12:48 am

Hi. I have been communicating with this agency ( Europe jobs and visa solutions)for a week now but I can’t find any information regarding its legitimacy. Has anyone worked with it before or heard about it? I would really love your help to avoid getting conned. Please reply to my email asap please.

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That's not a good sign

From Josh Kirschner on January 13, 2022 :: 11:17 am

The fact you can’t find any information about a company is not a good sign. Is the actual name “Europe Jobs and Visa Solutions”? If so, seems like an oddly generic name for a company.

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