213-325-3204
CA, US
Tota
Tota
2012-03-25 03:44:18
Survey
I understand your son?s pcrpseetive. Sometimes I just need my mom and I am a grown woman with ten kids of my own. Not all people feel this way, so treasure the blessing and make it happen. The other day I was at the shoe store looking for some comfortable flip-flops for my thirteen-year-old. I told the sales lady exactly what I wanted and all she heard was ?for my thirteen-year-old.? This sales clerk came back with everything BUT comfortable shoes. She had rhinestone bling, platform bling, bronze sleek bling; she did not listen to me. She heard what she wanted to hear. We did not connect, so I left and went to a store where someone would listen to me. We may be spending time with our kids, but if we are not hearing them, they feel the time does not count. Quantity time is useless if the quality of it is lacking in understanding. Make an effort to hear your son, repeat back to him what you hear him saying, and show him that you are available to him in whatever way he needs you. Having children is a blessing and when they love you in return the blessing is multiplied many times over. Enjoy the challenge he has placed before you.
Dattary
Dattary
2012-03-23 09:08:14
SMS
The dog will be shipped from a dfreifent location other than listed. The dog is registered with Continental Kennel Club. The dog is registered, yet its a mixed breed. Only purebreds are registered with reputable kennel clubs like the American (AKC) and Canadian (CKC)
Summer
Summer
2012-03-23 08:01:22
Telemarketer
Since you have to dial the prepaid card phone, your nmeubr doesn't appear on the caller id of the person you're calling. You will be safe  . Also you can try *67 before you dial any nmeubr and your nmeubr will be blocked so no body will now the nmeubr you're calling from.
Mike
Mike
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I just got a call from this 213-325-3204 California telephone number, saying with an automated voice, that they were "Employment Select" and that they do employment verifications for a Company that will remain unnamed due to confidentiality, that I had already applied to. Likely story, I am actively looking for work right now. I applied to several Monster.com and other jobs yesterday. However, the so-called "Verification Specialist" never came on the line, and the telephone call eventually went dead. For Your Information - FYI - if you get troublesome telephone calls, you can <STAR>57 for a couple of dollars charge to your telephone bill, to record it with the authorities for later use, if you file a police report. Without Caller ID, you can also <STAR>69 to find out who called you, immediately after the call is made to you. Telemarketers are exempt, I think. You can also put your telephone number on Do Not Call - DNC - lists. However, if you call or apply for a job first, this does not apply, because you have established an ongoing business relationship with the caller, at least for the purposes of their initial call to you. Also, it takes telemarketers several weeks as an industry to process your Do Not Call request.
Paul
Paul
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I recieved a call from this number just a moment ago.  I had applied for a position as an A/R Coordinator for a firm that was listed as confidential.  I really just wanted to learn more about the company and opportunities they had available.  

The phone call started with an automated message saying they were "Employment Select" and were calling to verify information on my resume as sort of a pre-screening for the position I applied for.  After waiting a moment a rep came on the phone and verified some info on my resume, nothing that I was worried about confirming to anyone. Just phone number, work status, etc.  

She did ask me if I was interested in furthering my education. They have some kind of set up with online universities where I assume they get a commission for signing people up.  I didn't get any additional details about it because I'm not interested in furthering my education unless the company I work for is willing to provide re-imbursement for it.

At that point, she said she had all of the information she needed and would send my info to the hiring company.  So at this point I'm undecided on weather it's just a company trying to sign people up for continuing education under false pretenses, or if they're legit.  If I hear from the supposed company looking to fill a position then I guess it's legit.  If not, I'd say it's still undetermined. But they didn't ask any questions that could be potential for ID theft or anything like that.

Employment Select has a blog type website at employmentselect.wordpress.com but I couldn't find a ton of info on the company.

Will post again if I hear anything back about a job.
Looking 4 Work in Atlanta
Looking 4 Work in Atlanta
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I just got a call from this number. They stated they were doing an employment verification check. I was put on hold and a lady came on. I could clearly hear a call center environment in the background. I kept pressing them for details on who the company was that they wanted to verify me for. I was told Windy City (Cities) Careers - which of course there is not a listing for. I only applied for one job that was listed with a confidential company. Never again! Scam all the way. I was asked to verify some standard contact information including phone numbers and address, and asked the educational question as well. RUN DON'T WALK AWAY FROM THIS ONE.
David
David
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
same thing....i got the call....didnt return...went staight to the net to find out who it was or if the number has been flagged on this site..and sure enough...thanks guys for having our backs
job seaker
job seaker
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
i just got a call from this # and tried to call back twice, just got a busy signal.  Looked it up on-line n found your comments.
Thanks now I wont waste any more time.
Tita
Tita
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I am pretty sure that you are all aware of that nobody has the right to get any information at all. First they need to identify themselves with name address and phone numbers, I just called the number and google it. Spoke to a Michael and he was telling me that he has some information from Monster.com when I send some applications, the entity to be blame is Monster.com too. They are now doing business with other entities so if you click any yes on their surveys you are screw. Honest the best way to get a job is the old fashio way NEWSPAPERS. I dont trust the internet anymore. Everybody is taking advantage of this
Thunder
Thunder
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I had just received a call from this number as well for a courier position I had applied for. They asked me my current level of education as well and when I stated I was already in a school and just looking for a job, the call pretty much ended shortly after.

They've got my address, both physical and email, and my number.

What really bothered me was that they called my girlfriend's cellphone and not my home phone. I put my girlfriend down as a reference, I know I didn't put her number to be called when wanting to be contacted.

So I can assume I'll be on the look out for more calls from the same company some time soon.
shasha2
shasha2
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
Yup, me, too.  I got a call from this number, and they told me they were verifying information for a job I applied for at "Windy City Careers" which I had not heard of (nor did they have a website).  I thought it might be for a "blind" ad application, so I cautiously went through the process, which took about 2 minutes.  Is anyone really surprised that a scammer would try to take advantage of a job seeker??????  Don't be too vulnerable, people!  If an employer was interested in you, they will call you directly.  There is no need to "verify" information.  I should have known better......Good luck to all in your job search!
Lisa
Lisa
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I also applied for jobs on Craigslist...This is some crazy scam....
j
j
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I received a call from a person claiming to be a representative of a "screening company" for a confidential employer.  I had put my resume on USA Jobs and the closing date was yesterday.  The only reason I answered was that the job closing date passed.  

The person informed me who he was and asked if I had applied for an administrative assistant position.  I made the mistake of saying yes and then he said that it would take 5 to 45 minutes to verify the information.  I said that I do not have that much time since I am at work.

He informed me that I could call back at any time at the number on my phone.
sp
sp
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
They said they wanted to do a 5-45 minute interview but I wasn't sure if it was legit or not
Richard
Richard
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
It's absolutely a telemarketing effort, verging on a scam. My wife applied to a few jobs on CareerBuilder.com and it would not accept her applications unless she clicked on "yes" to the question about whether she wanted information from Apollo College, the University of Phoenix and a couple of others. They have been hounding us with at least three calls per day for the past three weeks. We've asked them to take her name off their internal calling list, but that has done no good. Being on the "Do Not Call" list does not apply due to the fact that we now have a "business relationship" with them because of the careerbuilder.com contact.
Kit
Kit
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
That's right ~ you now have a "business relationship" with them....and ALL of their affilliates too. That's the reason for all this "brief" (5 mins.) to "in depth" (45 mins.) of verifying going on, it's worth a lot of $$$ to these people when they sell - uh oops - share...yeah share....your information with their "affilliates" <aka anyone who's willing to pay for it> and the more in depth (ie. what's your highest level of education? What courses would you consider in the future....) the information is the more money they get for sharing it with their business relationships - which, you are now one of.
Your phone will ring, and ring, and ring some more.
Maybe, just maybe, if the Feds or a State lay into them they'll submit a resume on someones behalf to Lockhead Martin.
There's big money in just your phone number folks. Especially for the phone company.
lizylitz
lizylitz
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
I received a call this afternoon and this was the return number they gave me, listed below. The number that appeared on caller ID was from VOXBONE/NYC2 #212-601-9695. I was told that they were doing employment verification for a company called Invert Solutions. I did not remember applying to this company and my husband being in security has taught me to be cautious. I was not going to spend 25-45 minutes answering questions regarding personal information on a resume I don't remember sending, and after checking my sent items, I had not sent Invert Solutions anything. Checked VOXBONE, they are a provider of virtual phone numbers, they are untraceable. So heads up everyone, for those of us job hunting in this difficult economy we now have one more boogie man to look out for.
Miami
Miami
2011-06-06 20:43:03
Unknown
Thank you all for youyr experiences. I have received today the phone call on my cell, and they told that I can call them at any time after my work. First, I checked the number, and found out so many messages with explanations that I do not like.
Once again, thank you for your information.
rachelparalegal
rachelparalegal
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
called left no message. I retuned the call said human resources all representatives are busy please hold. I hung up.
na
na
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
This scammer is using resumes posted on monster.com and/or careerbuilder.com to solicit job seekers for education opportunities. I was sucked in thinking that Lock Heed Martin was interested in my resume for an Executive Assistant position, only to find out that the scammer did not nor ever had any affiliation w/Lock Heed Martin. When you call they will not identify their company name and answer the phone "Human Resources". They take your personal information and almost from the second you hang up you will receive a call, in my case from a person claiming to be from the University of Phoenix offering education opportunities. I am of course concerned because they now have my personal information and have wasted my time which is valuable. I could have used this time to seek legitimate job opportunities. I hope someone can help!
Employee of VeriResume
Employee of VeriResume
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
This number 213-325-3204 is not associated with any scams.  When you get a call from VeriResume, they are responding to an application that an applicant completed online.  VeriResume is contracted by hundreds of employers that verify information that was completed during the initial process of the application.  VeriResume also does not solicit.  The opportunity to receive free information from participating Universities is just a benefit to each applicant that applies for employment through our websites.  Information is free and there is no obligation.  Only when an applicant agrees to being contacted, for FREE information, does a representative call. All applications are then forwarded onto a client services manager for review whether the applicant agrees to the free information or not.  If the applicant is qualified for the position, the client services manager will then contact the applicant for an interview. Not everyone receives a phone call from the client services manager because not everyone is qualified.  This is a legitimate company that helps applicants find a job.
UPset
UPset
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
I also received a phone call from 213-325-3204.  THIS a scam and it has nothing to do with Lock Heed Martin.  The person/persons that sent me this application claim to be from Lock Heed Martin. One of the questions was if I was interested in furthing my education I replied NO and then it kicked me out of the system saying that there was a system error and that I had to retry sending the application later.  And it's not a benefit to receive information when I'm not looking for it.  This company helps applicants find jobs...they have lied because they said they were from Lock Heed Martin and would like to talk to me about a job they said nothing about helping me look for a job.  They need to be reported to BBB.  I plan to get ahold of someone in the Lock Heed Martin Organization to and let them know what this so call company is doing "VeriResume".
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, TX
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
I missed a call from 213-325-3204 and no message was left.  Since, I'm currently seeking for new job opportunities, I decided to call back.  In fact, I called them back 4 times.  All four times there was a recording stating that all hr representatives were busy now and to call back later.  That is when I decided to look up the company's name by using the phone number displayed on my caller ID.  I can't to think this was a call to scam on people.
nmamommy
nmamommy
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
My call went just like the employee of VeriResume said, except the woman stated she was from Alltel. I said I was not interested in furthering my education, and she just verified information anyone could find in the phone book and said she would forward it along to a client service manager. I immediatly got an e-mail for VeriResume asking me to sign up. I did not. I would not worry about this being a scam, just a service trying to get your business, and according to their website, they work with some great companies!
tpcooper
tpcooper
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
I posted this at 800notes.com as well, where there are four pages of info on this number.
Got a call from them on the 15th at 8 AM central time. I highly doubt a verification company would be calling at 6 AM their time. They did not leave a voice mail, and when I did a reverse look up it came up as an unlisted residential phone number. Have not bothered calling them back.
Reverse look-up on whitepages.com yields - "(213) 325-3204 is Unpublished or Unavailable."

Employee of VeriResume: Why would we be receiving such a call from an unlisted residential phone number and not a business phone number?
s.
s.
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
I also got this call 10 mins ago.
They don't leave a message and I called back only heard"Human Resources..".
Then, I hang up..
Torrance, CA
Torrance, CA
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
I just got a call from this number and not knowing who it was I let my voicemail take it. After they did leave a voicemail I checked it, and got the same hold message people have reported here. So I called them back, and got the same message, waited about 15 seconds and someone picked up. I didn't give any information, it was to confirm my information they already had for a company that is confidential. I asked the lady on the phone why I wasn't allowed to know the company name I applied to (I did send out a few resumes) and she said that when a company is confidential in their databases it means they don't want the VeriResume company reps who do the calling to know. She then assured me if I didn't apply to any companies that they can end the call there. I continued with the process and only confirmed/denied the information they already have (My address is only mine for a short while anyways).

She did ask my my educational level and asked if I was considering furthering it, and I told her yes but not in near future. The question never came up again.

My point here is just to share my experience and that no company name was given (I had this page up while I was talking to her in fact) and I didn't give out any information, only confirmed what they had in their database.

So we shall see.
Torrance
Torrance
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
"Employee of VeriResume: Why would we be receiving such a call from an unlisted residential phone number and not a business phone number?"- tpcooper


I'm not the employee of the company but I do know alot of homeshoring jobs and call centers use a dedicated line for this sort of thing. Why it was that early is beyond me, but that's why a reverse lookup would show a residential number based on a business number. That's also why you are put on hold, why the call is routed to a home based employee.
Employee of VeriResume
Employee of VeriResume
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
The reason why the number comes up as an unlisted residential number is outside of my knowledge.  
Also, if you ever speak with a respresentative, be observant of the way they present themselves.  When they call, they should be saying "I am calling on BEHALF of Lockheed Martin" etc.  Not, "I am calling FROM Lockheed Martin".  Oftentimes, new reps aren't careful with what they say.  It isn't because they are intentionally misrepresenting themselves.  They are human...
Holly
Holly
2011-06-06 20:43:02
Unknown
This is a scam.  The represented themselves as being affiliated with Lockheed Martin.  I personally know the HR Director at my local Lockheed Martin and apparently Web sites like this have been a problem.  I submitted my information thinking it was a real job advertisement, and it was not.  I immediately got worried, since they now have my information.  Then I received a call from this number.  I might call and ask them to remove me.  This is some sort of scam to sell you phone service or to get you involved in education opportunities that you did not ask for.
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