NIH Research

Ian –

Victim Location 97327

Type of a scam Employment

NIH posted a job on Linked In for a remote contract professional for Business Development. I applied via Linked In. Robin Day contacted me right away and seemed very anxious to speak with me. We had a pleasant conversation and she told me I would be a good fit for their organization. She had me speak with someone on her staff, Venus, who also said I would be a good fit.

Then Robin had a woman named Susan, the HR person at this company, send me a Non Disclosure agreement and basically started the hiring process. I was really excited. I filled it out along with my tax id number, not my SS number as they had asked.

Then Susan started giving me a hard time and tried to make me do something clerical I could not do and do not do for a living. I refused. They told me I wasn’t qualified because I could not do that task which was not even in the Job Description.

I think they are trying to get peoples Social Security numbers and bank info to scam them. They sound good but I realized later on they were trying to scam me.

They continue to post this so called job but it’s a front to get personal ID to rip people off.

They also use a name that makes one think they are the National Health Institute but they are not. They don’t even have an office, just a PO Box and all work remotely.

This is a whole group of scammers.

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