I was contacted by text by Helena Hopkins who claimed to be from sequana medical for an
online Project Manager,Customer service position. She sat me up for an online interview using skype. She asked me about my computer skills and work history. I found it a little strange that the entire interview was online and that she asked me if I wanted to be paid by check or direct deposit.She seemed impress with my work experience. She then claimed to forward my interview info to the hiring manager for review . After having me to hold for about 10 minutes she returned to our skype conversation telling me that scored 7.5 out of a possible 10 and they would like to offer me a job. With a starting pay of $15 per hour while training and $35.00 after training , the company work pay for everything I needed to work from home > It seemed like a dream come true but I am nothing if not cautious. I found the two other scam complaints on this site and the details were exactly the same as mine. Im not sure what the scammers expected to get from me but I immediately stopped all communication with them.I knew that it was to good to be true.
Victim Location 90002
Type of a scam Employment
I signed up on EDD Cal Jobs website due to unemployed. Few hours I get a text from a lady name Armeda Cutler stating she saw me resume on EDD and thought I was a good fit. Told me to use Skype or Google hangouts to contact HR Sarah Garfield. Garfield conducted an online interview and made me answer questions and give basic info(name, email addresses, address, and who I bank with). Said I got the job and training pay is $15 and regular was $35.
Thought this was too good to be true….it was. Sequana Medical IS an actual company but they aren’t in the US or Canada(in England, France, Denmark, and the Netherlands). The scammers copied Sequana Medical "about us" info from their LinkedIn account.
If you get anything from Sequana Medical for a job opportunities DO NOT RESPOND! Simply block and report.