Bell’s Brewery (Not Actually Bell’s)

Someone under the false name, Linda Queen, contacted me in regards to a marketing position at Bell’s Brewery. A job in which I applied to on internships.com. They set up a Google hangout (video chat) session, but ended up cancelling the session, and chose to message instead. They also called from a number to ask questions about post employment experience, etc. The questions were asked in a robot voice. They offered a contract position over message, but would not provide a real telephone number. They wanted me to cash some check as well. Things got real strange, and I reported this information to Bell’s Brewery.

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