On Tuesday January the 23rd I received a call from Susan from the RD Group international and she said that they seen my resume and would like to I interview me. I was very excited and agreed to meet William H.G. Kim (senior Director) the next day the 24th
I went to the interview and after a lot of questions and small talk, William told me that I had a lot of potential and he would be able to get me placement within a few weeks, earning a salary of between 60, 000 - 70, 000. He also told me that the level of education was not what they looked at, it was transfer of skills.
But before he could do all that I need to come back for a second interview with my spouse. I told him that my husband is very supportive and was not necessary, but he said it was the process and we have to follow the process of course.
The second interview was booked for Friday at 5.30 p.m. When we arrived there was no one at office, he was by himself. Fortunately I had my daughter with me who works for a forensic accounting company and they specialize in fraud. Again he proceeded to repeat everything from the Wednesday conversation. Luckily my daughter was in their boardroom on the computer (William asked to wait in the boardroom and use the computer) and looked them up.
24 minutes into the meeting, she texted me to get out of there as they were a fraud. Now that I knew I just played along. I asked him what was in it for him and how did they get paid if they did not charge the employers. He stalled for almost an hour and half and then brought out some papers for us to sign which had a fee of $4900 with a 3 year contract. I asked if I could take the papers home as I was not sure about the commitment.
Well! That was the wrong thing to say, as he got very agitated and my husband got up and said we were done. He said that if we did not trust him and the company then this was the wrong place for us and I definitely agreed. Thank you all for warning us. I am so gullible I would have fallen for this if had not been for your reports.