Noble Group

Rodney –

Victim Location 39532

Total money lost $3,000

Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted via Facebook messager about a work at home job. I was told to download Google Hangout. in order to get interviewed. after that they got my banking information and such. Supposedly they were to deposit money into my account and I was then to buy google playcards and pay the Vendor for my supplies. I guess they made a deposit and I bought the cards send it to them. Then they retracted the money and now My Credit cardd is 5740 in the neg. I am furious and don’t want to have nothing to do with them. I would like to have them punished before they do that to anyone else

Frederick –

Victim Location 52241

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

They first send me a job offer. Then they send me a check to buy some utilities that I will use for my job. Then they told me to cash out the check. The they told me to send some money using RIA and some using western union. According to what I was told I sen the amount of money. But in the mean time I suspect them and read on the internet and I find out that the check was fake and go to the bank and they told me it was fake check. Then I report to western union and police and give them all the details and they said the the money will not be returned once it is taken.

Jeremiah –

Victim Location 78572

Type of a scam Employment

they list a job title for a job posting on craigs list but does not show how to directly contact them it shows an email you send your resume to and then they email your email address stating they received your resume and are offering you a job to work from home.

you spend about an hour on the gmail hangout doing a so called internet interview and they ask if you have ever done this or have heard of their company and they give a link to their website but it doesn’t show any contact info or names or locations for the business.

they as for your bank information so they can do direct deposit but i told them i didn’t have one and they said they would send a check to provide all the equipment i would need to work from home including internet access.

i was suppose to get on gmail hangout tomorrow and complete the hiring process but now i know better and will deleting all that gmail hangout chat and delete and report it as spam.

Kendra –

Victim Location 79765

Type of a scam Employment

Noble Group (http://www.thisisnoble.com) I recently posted my resume on LinkedIn, Monster and Indeed. On February 18, 2016 I received a text message from telephone number 601-448-1787 from a woman claiming to be Mrs. Lisa Richard. She advised that my resume had been reviewed by their HR department and they were interested in conducting an interview with me. The interview was to be conducted by their CIO Sir Barry Gould via Google Hangout. I was to log on February 19, 2016 at 8:00 EST to conduct my interview using the following location address in Google Hangout "[email protected]" my verification code was ***. The interview was all completely via the chat room and at the end of the interview I was offered the job with a starting pay of $32.19. I asked if the pay was negotiable and had some additional questions about benefits. I was told that I needed to decide if I wanted the job and to reach back out to them when I was ready. I reached out to them again on March 7, 2013 and advised I was interested in the job but needed to negotiate better pay. They offered me $45.15 which I eagerly accepted. The red flags that I noticed was when I started asking for an official job offer letter, specific dates for training so that I could notify my existing employer and when I would be contacted by their HR department. I then followed my instinct to contact Noble Group to validate the job offer. The number I called was their regional hub out of Stamford, CT 107 Elm St. 06902, telephone number 203-324-8555. When I called this number I advised the lady that answered the phone that I was wanting to get in contact with someone from their HR department because I had been offered a job online and wanted to validate it. She immediately stated that she had received several other calls where people had claimed they had been offered a similar job. She also advised that during the interview process the applicants had been told that they were going to receive a check in the mail to pay for "company" equipment that was going to be need to complete their day to day job functions. Some how these other applicants were convinced to send them money instead. I provided them with some personal information like name, address and contact number.

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