SSDia

SSDia Scam or Legit? Check SSDia Reviews below.

Tracy – Nov 13, 2021

Type of a scam Employment

 

Scam email purporting to be from a logistics manager. Despite the fact that I did not send them anything, they continue to send me emails from a fictitious HR department.

Logan – Oct 22, 2021

Type of a scam Employment

 

I recently received an email from Marsha Anderson with a fantastic job offer, but I never applied. A deal that’s too good to be true! The natural reaction is to leap in, but after so many tense encounters, remaining calm allows you to spot the con. No logo, no address, no phone number, no link to a website…?! It’s a slap in the face to one’s intelligence!

Jack – Oct 29, 2021

Type of a scam Employment

 

This is a copy of the email scam.

Hello,

SSDia is seeking to hire a Logistics Manager . After reviewing a large number of resumes, we would like to see you as our employee.

This offer is for USA citizens or persons who has permission to work in the USA only.

Logistics Managers direct, plan, or coordinate purchasing, distribution, forecasting, warehousing customer service, or planning services. We are confident that your time management and creative thinking skills will make a significant contribution to the success of our company.

Once you have completed the probation period you will be eligible for benefits including, but not limited to health insurance, vacation and personal days, life and disability insurance, sick leave.

Please let us know if you are interested in this position as we are looking to begin training as soon as possible. Please do not hesitate to reach us to get detailed information and set of required documents.

We are excited to have you join our team very soon.

Regards,
Annabella Norris
Human Resources Director

Seann – Oct 18, 2021

Type of a scam Employment

 

I’m looking for work and they contacted me with a “supply chain logistics” opportunity. They were hazy on the specifics and difficult to comprehend. They offered me the job after a 2-minute “interview.” Then they sent me the new employment paperwork at 1.30 a.m., which I declined.

Linda – Oct 11, 2021

Type of a scam Employment

 

They should be ashamed of themselves for attempting to defraud those who are unemployed.

Brett – Feb 11, 2021

Victim Location 45305

Type of a scam Employment

 

I received this email and it looked suspicious. I did not respond.

51 thoughts on “SSDia”

  1. I just received an email from a Marsha Anderson with an unbelievable employment offer which I never applied. An offer too good to be true! The first mental reaction is to jump in, but after so many battles fraught, keeping calm let’s you recognize the scam. No Logo, no address, no contact telephone, no website link… ?! It’s an insult to one’s intelligence!

    1. Definitely a scam!!! I NEVER forwarded my resume for employment via the email address the SSdia scam was sent to. Not even remotely close to my career track. Grammar, punctuation and verbiage was cringe- worthy. I hope nobody was fooled I to divulging personal information!!!!

  2. Just Recd. email stating the same for a Logistics Manager. No company email… and from a Elizabeth Cook personal email as AmeliaWhite….

    Doubt any legitimate company would approach applicants in this manner. Didn’t respond.

  3. I just got the same email for a Logistics Manager from a Rosanna Todd using the email address [email protected]

    They really seem to think people are stupid lol. Why scam people with a job when they know so many people are looking! It’s cruel.

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