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Companies Are Claiming to Be Zoomd for Job Searches: What You Need to Know

Lately, a lot of people have been reaching out to us, saying they received job offers from HR companies claiming to work with Zoomd. These offers often come through various platforms like WhatsApp, Telegram, and other messaging apps. Many of these offers promise remote jobs or work-from-home opportunities. In today’s interconnected world, job seekers frequently use online platforms and networking sites to find employment opportunities. Unfortunately, this digital landscape can be fraught with scams and fraudulent activities. At Zoomd, we are committed to providing legitimate job opportunities and protecting individuals from falling victim to scams perpetrated by those impersonating our company.

Identifying Scams

Scammers have been impersonating us at Zoomd to deceive job seekers. They reach out through email, social media, WhatsApp, or other online platforms, offering enticing job opportunities that seem too good to be true. These scammers often claim to have a platform for promoting apps and entice people to invest their money to promote these apps, promising a share of the profits. When the person loses their money, the scammers then tell them to deposit more in order to try and save their losses. By using our company name and details, they attempt to lend credibility to their schemes.

What to Look For

It’s essential to be vigilant and skeptical when approached by individuals claiming to represent Zoomd.

Here are some red flags to watch out for:

  • Unsolicited Contact: If you receive a job offer or message from someone claiming to be from Zoomd without having applied for a position or initiated contact, and the email isn’t from a Zoomd mailbox (for example, name@zoomd.com), it may be a scam.
  • Requests for Payment: Legitimate employers, including Zoomd, will never ask job seekers for payment or financial information as a condition of employment. If you’re asked to pay for training, materials, or any other expenses, it’s likely a scam.
  • Pressure to Act Quickly: Scammers often create a sense of urgency to pressure victims into making hasty decisions. Be wary of job offers that require immediate action or response.
  • Poor Communication: Pay attention to the quality of communication from the supposed employer. Typos, grammatical errors, and unprofessional language can indicate a scam.

 

What to Do

If you suspect that you’ve been contacted by someone pretending to be Zoomd, here’s what you should do:

  • Verify the Authenticity: Reach out to Zoomd directly through official channels to verify the legitimacy of the communication. You can find our contact information on our website or through reputable sources.
  • Do Not Engage Further: Avoid engaging further with the individual or entity contacting you. Do not provide any personal information, financial details, or engage in any financial transactions.
  • Report the Scam: If you believe you’ve encountered a scam involving Zoomd’s name, report it to the police immediately. Afterward, if you also wish to inform us, you can forward suspicious emails or messages to our official email address at HQ@zoomd.com.

Conclusion

At Zoomd, we take the security and well-being of our community seriously. We are actively working to combat scams and fraudulent activities perpetrated by those impersonating our company. By staying informed, vigilant, and proactive, we can work together to protect ourselves and others from falling victim to scams. If you ever have any doubts or concerns about a communication claiming to be from Zoomd, don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly. Stay safe, stay informed, and happy job hunting!

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