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  • PerfectStorm
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    I find it helps to block the numbers on your phone as you go, but it feels a bit like The Sorcerer's Apprentice

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  • Eirikur
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    Originally posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    How to tell an agent call is going to go terribly

    *ring ring*

    *answer*

    Hello?

    *pause*

    *sound of phone being taken off hook*

    ".....hellooooooo? I'm from InfoTekSysMegaTech Systems, am I speaking with Ms. PerfectStorm?"

    "Oh yes, I'm not looking for any jobs thank you"

    "OK... well in that case I have a new job opportunity in Edin-burg, are you interested in this job opportunity"

    After a while you get to know when a call isn't worth your trouble in the first 3 secs or so
    Edin-burg - England is how they usually day it

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  • Bluenose
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    Originally posted by CheeseSlice View Post
    J C Associates

    In recent years they've been spamming me from 100% indian named operatives. As recently as 2019 they had English named agents.
    Why do I think they're now an Indian agency? Some of them haven't even bothered to update their email signatures.



    I've swapped the agents name with a fake name. Everything else is real.
    I can confirm, after looking through my outlook search facility that this is correct. eteam appeared to be using an english random name generator and then from about mid-2021 the english names were dropped but the spam levels increased.

    Have a read of the google reviews of eteam - caveat emtor.......

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  • d000hg
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    Originally posted by malvolio View Post
    You think the guys working with the end client isn't well-spoken and credible then?
    Who knows. Not in my experience, and do you want to take that risk?

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  • PerfectStorm
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    Yep - crap phone line quality is always the complete give away.
    oh yes. Crackly and delayed. Never a good sign.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by PerfectStorm View Post
    How to tell an agent call is going to go terribly

    *ring ring*

    *answer*

    Hello?

    *pause*

    *sound of phone being taken off hook*

    ".....hellooooooo? I'm from InfoTekSysMegaTech Systems, am I speaking with Ms. PerfectStorm?"

    "Oh yes, I'm not looking for any jobs thank you"

    "OK... well in that case I have a new job opportunity in Edin-burg, are you interested in this job opportunity"

    After a while you get to know when a call isn't worth your trouble in the first 3 secs or so
    Yep - crap phone line quality is always the complete give away.

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  • PerfectStorm
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    How to tell an agent call is going to go terribly

    *ring ring*

    *answer*

    Hello?

    *pause*

    *sound of phone being taken off hook*

    ".....hellooooooo? I'm from InfoTekSysMegaTech Systems, am I speaking with Ms. PerfectStorm?"

    "Oh yes, I'm not looking for any jobs thank you"

    "OK... well in that case I have a new job opportunity in Edin-burg, are you interested in this job opportunity"

    After a while you get to know when a call isn't worth your trouble in the first 3 secs or so

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  • TheDude
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    Because cheap, poorly skilled US and UK techs were the foundation of EDS / HP..
    Several EDS staff were escorted from site on my first job for being useless.

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  • kloos
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    I got a call last week from Hirexa stating to offer me a contract at a government based organisation in the UK but they need my ID within the hour. Alarm bells rang as it was clearly an Indian call centre. I do a bit of research and they are not on TrustPilot and there are a few posts saying scam company. They asked whether I could commute to the location on the south coast so clearly don't know the UK as I live in the NW. They called me back about 4 times trying to get my information and in the end I blocked the number.

    A few days later someone from the UK called stating to be from the same company. So I called the "government organisation" to check whether it was legit and they told me that they never use agencies to recruit staff and always recruit using the in-house team and that I wasn't the first person to call them with the same question that week. The UK based guy told me this was rubbish and showed me a screenshot of the email he sent to name@gov.uk so I search for the person on LinkedIn and he doesn't exist.

    Very tempting as the job sounded good, but too many suspicious links, so no thank-you.

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  • hgllgh
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    Originally posted by CheeseSlice View Post
    J C Associates

    In recent years they've been spamming me from 100% indian named operatives. As recently as 2019 they had English named agents.
    Why do I think they're now an Indian agency? Some of them haven't even bothered to update their email signatures.



    I've swapped the agents name with a fake name. Everything else is real.
    I get exactly the same. As if there isn't enough time wasting in job searching already these days.

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