It has come to our attention that false recruiters with fake Indeed job postings are luring job-seekers desiring to work from home into cashing checks on their behalf. Once the candidate cashes the check they are then being asked to buy dollars in excess of the check amount in gift cards and giving these false recruiters the codes on the back. They try to gain trust with their potential victims by impersonating legitimate people at real companies with jobs that seem to be real. Unfortunately, within the last month, there have been individuals impersonating people here at Artizen Staffing including our CEO, Rosanna Hayden.
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If you are a job seeker that has received an email from an Artizen Staffing employee that seems to be a SCAM, please call our office at 707 595-5998 to confirm.
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