Fresenius Medical Care

Tyrone –

Victim Location 33160

Total money lost $1,500

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Manager so call name is Lydia Rosales… I sent my info on a W4 form and they Saying its for a company job and to send me software materials but first they have to send out a check and deposit it and send google pay to [email protected] which I did everything then realized its fraud

Anne –

Victim Location 33712

Type of a scam Employment

I received an email from [email protected] stating that they had short-listed me for the position of Data Entry/Customer Service Rep telecommute position and asked that I add my interview manager Kim Sonnen ([email protected] on Google Hangouts. Once I did this they went through a number of questions and then offered me the position. They sent me a check in the amount of $3,450.20 sent from Dan L Petersen in IL. When you look this up it is a transit/trucking company. The check looks legit. Then "Kim Sonnen" told me to hold it and keep it safe. I would be giving that to my supervisor. She said that she would be sending me my start up funds to get my lap top, fax, printer and sent me a usps tracking number. I have not received the start up funds and I started asking questions and she stopped communicating with me. I called Fresenius and found out that this is a scam. They are using names of people that do work for the company and doing their research so they seem very legit. Except for the fact that they do not give company emails and they don’t give phone numbers.

Diane –

Victim Location 43014

Type of a scam Employment

The scammer invited me for an interview on google hangouts. Claimed to be with Work At Home, using William P. Johnston as his identity. He interviewed me for a work at home job, data entry/customer service, and told me to come back the next morning to find out if I was hired. He said I was hired and then told me the company was going to send me a check that was to be deposited in to my bank account, and then used to buy my working materials. He also put me in contact with my "supervisor", named Detlef Prangenberg. I did not give them my bank account information. They sent me what was supposed to be a letter of employment. They also gave me "pretraining tasks" to keep me busy and make me think this job was legit. When I started to ask more questions about what was going on, they quit emailing me back.

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