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Steven – Sep 04, 2020

Victim Location 77586

Type of a scam Employment

I applied online for a Starbucks job and the website had the Starbucks logo and said it was Starbucks. Then I immediately received a phone call and some lady pretended to be Starbucks HR and asked if I wanted to take advantage of Starbucks’ higher education as well as apply and I said yes. Then she connected me to some other person and the other person spoke like a saleswoman and not anything like HR or a university counselor, and so I asked if this was for the free higher education, and the lady said no, this is not free, and I said the lady who connected us told me it was Starbucks’ free education program, and the lady said no, it’s not. And I said well please take my number off your list. Then a few minutes later I got a call from the first office, localjobster, that the supposed Starbucks lady had worked for, a number based in Culver City (Los Angeles) California, and some man who was completely obnoxious started a spiel, and I said “Excuse me, there was a mistake, take me off your list and do not call me again-“ and the man bellowed in my ear “No, you listen to me!” And I repeated “Take me off your list! Do not call me again!” And he bellowed “Whoa whoa whoa-“ at that point I was so frustrated by the disrespect and the scam itself that I hung up the phone. Since then, I have received numerous phone calls a day from robocallers both from that same office and from other ones. I have also received spam emails every day, many per day. I used to never get spam, because my email address is kind of new and I only use it for real job applications, and never for anything else online. But now I get many spam emails a day and about two or three robocalls every day.

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