Cosmetic Derma Medicine

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Frederick – Jul 14, 2020

Oh shoot! Lost what I was writing, ditto on everything these ladies have written. I look up the phone number and Josh I got your number, and that of your entire family and neighbors, so I hope that KARMA bites you really hard and in your next reincarnation you will be coming as a roach
$15 an hour while you are training and up to $35.25 after you finish your training, yeah and I am tall, blond and blue eyes.
BMiqueli

Marc – Jul 09, 2020

Date 07/09/2020
Type of scam: Employment
Scammer’s Phone #: 646-328-9667
Scammer’s Email: [email protected]
Scammer’s Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
The number (646-328-9667) contacted me claiming they found my resume on the employment development website and would like to offer me a job. They provided fake names such as Sarah Lampkin and Brenda Watkins and said they were with the company Cosmetic Derma Medicine. I couldn’t find any information on the company nor the people they claimed were employed by it. They wanted to set up a Skype interview with Brendawatkins660. They did a complete interview process through chatting by telling me this is how they Do the interview. i almost wasted an hour and and had bad feelings that this is not the professional way to interview.
They asked me my Bank name in middle of questions so it will not look weird.
later they confirmed i got the job and my training will start next week . Oh well i thought ok this is for sure a scam , when i asked the lady why dont you do a video call, i did not receive any response.
Please do not share any of your information with any person who did not introduce you professionally.

Justin – Jun 16, 2020

Got a text from Sara Lampkin- 646-328-9667- I couldn’t find any job postings on Cosmetic Derma Medicine’s website in Greece…So in researching this offer I came across this website and THANK GOD. I was suspicious, but now I know I was right! I”m grateful I never talked to them.

Erica – Jun 16, 2020

I can’t thank you guys enough for all of this information. I did not agree to receive or to “Immediately deposit the check via my mobile banking app” as instructed. I even advised I was apprehensive due to common scams in the US. Before going 1 step further, I sent screen shots to the person I was speaking with of ALL the above listed scam. She tried to tell me all the reports were scams, yes, but she has no intention of wasting my time. So I told her, go ahead and send me the check. I will have it verified with my bank and if it legitimate, then a 7-10 day wait for a quality employee shouldn’t be a problem. Hmm, didn’t hear back or get a check. Go figure.

Tammy – Jun 12, 2020

The number (646-328-9667) contacted me claiming they found my resume on the employment development website and would like to offer me a job. They provided fake names such as Sarah Lampkin and Brenda Watkins and said they were with the company Cosmetic Derma Medicine. I couldn’t find any information on the company nor the people they claimed were employed by it. They wanted to set up a Skype interview with Brendawatkins660. After looking up the Skype username I found more than 100 scam reports. I texted them about the scam reports and they stopped contacting me after that. Do not get on a Skype call with these people or give them any of your personal information.

Erika – May 29, 2020

Type of scam: Employment
Scammer’s Phone #: 646-328-9667
Scammer’s Email: [email protected]
Scammer’s Email: [email protected]
Scammer’s Email: [email protected]

Received this text on 2020-05-28 via the phone number on my resume:

Hello good day . [[my_name]]. I am Mrs. Racheal Walker and am the Talent/Career Manager here at Cosmetic Dermal Medicine.I am contacting you in regards to your resume Published ..We have reviewed your Resume.. You are to reply back with Yes interested/Yes I AM for further details on the job position/location.Thank you

The mechanical phrasing, weird capitalization, etc. raised red flags with me. I googled and found there was no such company in the USA, so I ignored it.

The next day I received the following email to the email address on my resume:

Dear Candidate,
Our company has reviewed your resume published on [[state_job_board]] and we are confident you will be able to handle the Administrative Assistant,Customer Service Representative and Project Manager position here at Cosmetic Derma Medicine .
I am very pleased to invite you for interview for the above post.

The job interview and briefing will take place as follows:
Time:ASAP
Venue:Online via Hangout Or Skype.

You are required to Install the Hangout app, after this process, you are to send the Department manager Mrs. Renee Synder an invite on Hangouts.Her Gmail address is [email protected] Once done ,She will be online waiting to respond to your add request as well as your messages.

If you have any problem in setting up the Google Hangout account, kindly visit gmail.com and register a gmail account, log into your Gmail account, at the bottom left-hand corner,click the Hangouts icon.

You can as well contact the HR on Skype by sending an invite to Skype ID ([email protected]).The interview will last about 30 minutes. Please email two professional references(Name and phone contact)to the HR Manager.

Please contact me by email ([email protected]) in order to arrange another appointment.

Best regards,

——-

Now I was very suspicious. No signature, demands for immediate action, saying I was selected for a position I had not applied for, were just a few of the red flags.

I checked further and found this posting on scampulse.com, so here is my update. I hope it helps someone.

Christian – May 15, 2020

Short on time so here are the points to know:
* Texted at 8 am to ask if I was still interested in a admin job I’d applied for 3 months earlier on INDEED! Cosmetic Derma was the company name.
* Wanted me to drop everything to interview then. Said “no, I can schedule it for later in the day.”
* Scheduled it for the afternoon. Asked if I’d ever done an online interview before. Yes, I’d done recruiting of applicants before.
* FIRST RED FLAG: At the scheduled time they introduced themselves as: Mrs. Brennda Watkins and her age was 61. What legitimate recruiter would give her age? None! That was a ploy to give my age. You don’t ask age questions as it’s illegal and you can’t discriminate that way.
* Gave various texts relating the job description; saying something vague like “using your skills to help improve performance and lower office costs etc.”
*SECOND RED FLAG: The wage was $15 for the training and $35+ an hour for the position. Umm, ya no, not unless you are an exec assist for a CEO which I’ve been and so this amount was suspicious!
* They want you to answer DR= Done reading for each text or just Yes, or No to their questions.
*THIRD RED FLAG: They ask you for your bank name or who you bank with so they know if it’s compatible with their payroll system. What a laugh. This is 2020 people — doesn’t matter who you bank with!
* Asked about the year I got my degree and what it was. I answered where I got it and told them the type. Got a snotty text back saying “I wasn’t answering the questions right, and to answer the questions. Right, not telling them what year I graduated!
So about 10 minutes in, I googled the company name and the address, and immediately see the same names of the people on the text, and that the company is out of Greece. They had said they were putting in three clinics and how fabulous they would be in the surrounding areas of where I live. Said I could work remote or at the clinic with the best of everything, all high tech. If you look them up on this same page, it has cute nurses working with clients and high tech equipment — nice touch for the scammers to have thought of.

So, I told them immediately that I just got a text from my former company and I’m returning to work since being furloughed, thanks and bye bye! I removed the text and deleted all the info off my phone. Thank God I didn’t do the supposid interview on my laptop or who knows if they could have hijacked my laptop!

Don’t fall for these scammers. Glad we can all report crap like this. The fact they are trolling Indeed and got my info off that is concerning. I think I will report them to Indeed as well.

Good luck people! 🙂

Ebony – May 07, 2020

Scammer’s address cosmetic derma medicine

Scammer’s email [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Initial means of contact Text message

Same experience : May 1 2020, thanks to all who reported. I did not move forward. Leelee

Ronnie – May 01, 2020

Scammer’s phone 661-582-0215

Scammer’s email [email protected]

Country United States

Type of a scam Employment

Initial means of contact Text message

Cosmetic Derma Medicine
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Location: 44319 Ohio
Apr 30, 2020
After updating my employment profile on a job site I was also contacted by a Julia Gibson via text for an interview stating she saw my resume on Ohio Jobs. I was offered two options Skype or Google hangouts to interview. Instructed to do a Skype interview with Brenda Watkins at live:BrenndaWatkins660. No video-text only. After series of questions one including what my bank was so they can make sure that it tallies with their financials, which was question number 9 a red flag was raised. After a series of questions over an hour and after a 10 minute review by a supervisor they texted I was HIRED! No background check, no face to face interview, etc. . The company was to open a new location in Cleveland, OH and they would send me a check to set up a home office. During the 10 minute wait I did another search of the company Cosmetic Derma Medical and added scan to find multiple near exact reports. It appears from this to be a scam on people out of work and seeking employment on job sites. Reported to Ohio Attorney General.

Janelle – May 07, 2020

thank you! Just received same exact message 5-7-2020 thank you for reporting. Will not move forward! Appreciate your report.

Ebony – Apr 25, 2020

My occurrence is similar to the two previous stories. I was also contacted by a Julia Gibson who said she saw my resume on CareerBuilder. I was instructed to do a Skype interview with Brenda Watkins at live:BrenndaWatkins660. After series of questions one including what my bank was so they can make sure they could do a direct deposit, they offered me a job. The company is located in Greece, so not even in the US. Brenda Watkins is a dermatologist in Austin, Texas. They said they would send me a check to set up a home office. It appears from this to be a scam on people out of work and needing a job. Nobody talks to you, just texts.

Brad – Apr 22, 2020

I was contacted by a Julia Gibson who said she saw my resume on CareerBuilder. I was instructed to do a Skype interview with Brenda Watkins at live:BrendaWatkins660. After series of questions one including what my bank was so they can make sure they could do a direct deposit and after reading the above scam report I believe the Skype interview is indeed a scam.

Brian – Apr 06, 2020

Victim Location 91335

Total money lost $2,950

Type of a scam Employment

I was told by the scammer that they wished to hire me as a data entry specialist. They interviewed me through Google Hangouts on my phone, which I passed according to them. Afterwards, they said I’d have to undergo a 1-week training program involving resources they said they would provide. I gave them my information and they sent me the fake check for a large sum of money for me to return to them as cryptocurrency, which I did. After a week, the check bounced being labeled as a fake, and now I’m stuck in a mountain of debt.

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