Eagle Wrecker is looking for a licensed wrecker driver, must be able to tow and recover vehicles, be 25 years of age with a clean driving record, and be able to pass a drug test. Person must be willing to be on call 24/7. Call 830-393-6125 if you're up to the challenge.
Backhoe Operator with CDL needed. Apply in person or online at www.swatconstruction.com or call 830-393-9405 for more information.
This is another warning similar to Janice Green’s Medicare scam. . . .
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Russell Dickerson Floresville, TX September 5, 2012 8:17am
To be sure, this is a new wrinkle. I've not seen them be this aggressive before. You did right to hang-up on them. Social engineering requires a subtle hand and this ... Read More
To be sure, this is a new wrinkle. I've not seen them be this aggressive before. You did right to hang-up on them. Social engineering requires a subtle hand and this guy clearly didn't have it. Any time you answer the phone your social engineering radar should be turned on - don't ever volunteer anything. Make the caller give all the information until you're sure they're legit.
For a while we were getting calls from a collection firm.. they said I owed a debt, wanted my name to 'look me up'. Simple fact is that their scam is a feedback loop. You give them your name and viola they 'find' a record. Their goal is to get you to eventually cough up enough information that they feed back to you that you are convinced that they're for real. Any collection agency will already have everything they need (name, vendor/bank, account, etc).