Same thing. Voice mail was hard to recognize name, I thought Darlius Chan. I reverse 401'd the number and it was unlisted. So, I paid the $1.99 to text message 566587 and get the information. It said Dilys Chang, so I searched and here she is. No company name, said it was to set up interview. Resume is posted on monster.com.
Just received a voice mail on my cell from a hard to understand D????? Chen ? She was calling about my resume. I had just posted it on Monster. Left no company name only to call 626-224-5583 to set up an interview. Glad I checked here before waisting my time calling back.
I got a message from a Deras/Doris/Debra Cheng (???) too...Glad I checked this board before wasting my time returning her call.
Same thing just happened to me after posting my resume on Monster. I could not understand a word she said, but thankfully I googled the number. I got another call from Ageless Beauty too, watch out for them they want you to sell skin cream.
Late afternoon I received a call from 1-626-224-5583, a woman by the name Dilys Chang called and asked If I was so and so and obtained my resume from monster.com. She also told me that she was with Aegon/Transamerica and stated that my resume showed me suitable for the company and if I could come in for an interview the next day....Since I couldn't go she made an appt for me to come in on Saturday at 10am, to dress professionally and to bring a resume. When I asked her who would be doing the interviewing she said it would probably be her, but she somewhat mumbled. She also couldn't tell me what position the company had opened.
I am glad that I checked these sites as it all sounded fishy over the phone.
I received my call today. I looked at all of the previous comments. I then called Ms. Chang's number and left a message not to call me if this was a call regarding WFG. I talked to them before. It is multi level marketing.
I also got call yesterday from ? Chang (626-224-5583). Finally got a hold of her today and she questioned me about my resume from monster. After providing her some detail on my background, she said she was with Aegon/TransAmerica/WFG (World Financial Group). I told her, not interested, and ended call.
I also have received the message, as I was not able to understand anything this lady was saying. After reading all these comments, it sure does seems like a SCAM. She gave a 626 area code, however on my cell the number registered as 714-399-1804. Only place she may have gotten my phone number is on Monster.com, now I have to make it confidential.
Just called a call from Dilys at 714-399-1804, said she found my CV on monster.com and asked for an interview on Sat at:
3350 E Birch St
Brea, CA 92821
No company name, just said it's owned by Aegon, intw on Sat?
09/29/2009 Today I got the same message from ? Chang leaving a message to call back number 626 224-5583 but caller id number was 714 399-1804, tried very hard to speak clear english...this after I posted my information on Monster.com.
Just got the call from her and I also could not understand what she was saying. As stated before on another blog the same 714-399-1804 came up. Thanks for the info. I looked the number up before calling, I also thought it was strange she left no company name and my CV was on Monster.
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This caller (sounded like an Asian female) left a message on my mobile phone voicemail.
She stated that there was a potential job opportunity and wanted to interview me and that she had found my resume on CareerBuilder.com
Called the number and nobody answered, the voicemail recording was difficult to understand...sounded like "Joice Cheng" or something like that.
I'm getting a strong cold-call marketing vibe...?
Don't know why (if this is a legitimate business) they wouldn't leave the company name - only the caller's name. Very unprofessional or home-based business IMO.
This number was given to me as a call back for a potential "job" interview - they found my resume on hotjobs.com. Call rcvd from 714-399-1804, believed to be Aegon/TransAmerica/WFG (World Financial Group) Anaheim. Company appears to be multi-level marketing in the insurance/financial services sector. (Google them for some less than complementary comments.)