Harjiit Logistics

"Employer" emailed me with a job offer for a position as a "Payment Manager" for their company. I couldn’t remember applying for anything with this company so I checked the company website. It is a fancy looking website but the English is poor and there is no real information about what they do except for the logistics involved with moving. The position was to be the liaison between customers and the company for payment options. It was a work-from-home position paying $26.00/hr, which seemed too good to be true. It was not listed on their website. The positions that were listed each had the same thumbnail picture attached to them even though the positions were vastly different from each other. The HR rep who emailed me asked me to fill out an application form and gave me a very vague job description document. I filled this out and within the day they offered me the position, without asking for a copy of my resume, background check, or references. I was emailed a direct deposit form and a labour agreement document, and told to fill these out and send them back to the company, after which I would undergo a phone interview. The HR rep was very pushy, emailing me daily to ask if I had received the email and that they were waiting for my reply. I googled the address the company is supposedly located at, and found that it is located in a suburb in Windsor, not an industrial sector. The company is also not listed on the BBB.via sendgrid.net

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