This is a legitimate number from a recruiting firm. The recruit for many companies, and are one of the largest companies in their space.
this is 100% real. it is an applicant screening company. they left a message on my phone about a position I had applied for at spirit aerosystems,needless to say I am working there now. stop being paranoid!
I got a schedule appointment for interview for kelloggs
They were calling to prescreen for a job opening I applied to. Not spam.
Quit calling. Don't answer this phone call
It's not a scam, I applied for a position with Siemens Canada and the recruiter from this US based phone number called me back to schedule a phone interview. They do the prescreening interview for large companies before you actually can get a face to face interview with the actual company.
This is not a valid company it is a bs went for a interview at a location they said and no record of it was found
it's a scam don't bother calling it back
Recruiter from bankers life in Las Vegas.
Has anyone actually been hired after receiving a call from who ever this is calling?
I got a phone call about a job with Conseco Insurance in the Syracuse, NY area from this number. They got my number from my resume on CareerBuilder.
Unpublished number leaving message that they are with Comcast. No Comcast verifiable in Findlay Ohio.
I got a scheduled phone interview from this number for Hallmark for a part time job servicing the card department at Walmart
This came up when I participated in a previously-scheduled "screening" interview for a position with Harvard University. I was curious about who was calling because it's not a local (Boston) area code. The company is "HR Services, Inc." and they provide applicant tracking services to (typically large) employers. See their website at http://mystaffingpro.com/company/Overview.asp for more information.
This number called as unknown name. No message left and I didnt answer.
I got a comment and the guy i really could not understant so i hing up
An expected phone call from a recruiter for CVS. Caller ID said Findlay, OH.
I recieved a call from this number for a phone job interview for The Hallmarkcompany to service cards in the local Wal-Mart store! I was also sent e-mails and a third phone interview requesing personal information such as a ssn number ms. miss or mrs also a emergency contact number a little suspicious but it was ok!
They called me... its an outsourced head hunter company. Naturally a 3rd party who calls candidates, screens them and forwards them as qualified to the recruiter/HR at the company who is doing the actual hiring. This number 419-581-2976 is a land line which is pretty pathetic because it uses one phisycal line to dial to the outside from a small pbx. With technology as advanced as it is these days they should use at least a T1 or VoIP...much more cost effective. any ways. Have a nice life everyone.
My caller ID also said Findlay, OH.I just did a phone interview for a job with Advanced Technology services.I agree it must be some sort of outsourced job screening. The person didn't seem to know much specifics about the job and seemed to be just going through a script. When I started to ask questions he read his closing statement and ended the call. It was all pretty "cold" compared to other phone interviews.
calls and rings for over 4 minutes. I do not pick up any # that i do not know. Has been calling twice a week at 5 o;clock for the past two weeks.
i got a call from job recruter, but thats just call out #
another foreigner person calling from a motel in upper minnesota to confirm a reservation, yet, the person had no name only a number to call. Who ever heard of taking a reservation with only a telephone number? and once again, the phone call came in from two US states away!
I just got a call from Astrazeneca from this number.
I received several calls asking if I want to interview for GE, MedImmune, etc.I guess the next wave of outsourcing is the hiring proces..."Findlay, OH" was on my caller ID
This was for a phone interview for a job with Pepsi Co. It is some sort of company that conducts the interviews for Pepsi to determine if you're eligible to go to the next step of the interviewing process.
It's not a scam, nor is it the number to any one employer. It's a call center (Candidate Care) which contacts and screens job applicants for the companies with whom they have contracts. This explains why so many posters on this forum have been contacted regarding job opps at different firms.
I got a call from a "Siemens" headhunter. They left a callback number that tried to route me to another number where I would pay. I guess to make it even seem more legit, they sent me an email too with an actual job. But strangely enough, the link didn't work. I think people are getting info from jobsites, get you to call a number and you get hit with high fees. Of course they are betting that most people don't bother to check their phone bills. Be careful!
I got a call from a head-hunter from CVS Pharmacy
I got a call from a walmart recruiter on this line
I got a cold call from a recruiter from Unisys on this line.