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I, too, was scammed by Aaron M allegedly with this company into buying an Scrum class through an associated education business they do business with which can be found on this website under this profile for fake job interview. I went through the same fake interview with John L (and even went so far to try and contact him on his alleged LI profile to which he was surprised when I did because it wasn't him). Once the interview was completed, Aaron M disappeared. I did reach out to the actual Seattle company of this name to inform them of this person and scam to which they appreciated the information. The alleged office of this fake company is a real office where people can telecommute when they want in an office.
I am currently working with a major credit card company to get my money back under fraud and am submitting a internet crimes report to the FBI. Disputing the charge was not successful since the vendor would not refund the money. It is a bait and switch effort to say the least to take advantage of those who are wanting work at these times with an edge of more education.
Heed the warning of others here before doing business with these people.
Same as others, contacted by them for a Product Manager opportunity
I enrolled in a $450 Lean Agile Class *** E LEARNING - *** E LEARNING in California
Which also is known as ***
Steer clear. I'm currently trying to get my money back
Beware!!!! Much like everyone on this review thread I was scammed into purchasing the scrum certification package in order to quality for a job with this staffing company. I had one round of interviews and never heard from the from the recruiter again. Aaron M was the recruiter who contacted me.
I was also contacted by Kris G of Spectrum Staffing. He is a scam artist working with Learning Era. I paid $450.00 for a scrum master course and was scammed the same way as the people in these reviews. I had a fake interview with a Mr. John L. I am trying to get my money back from LearningEra.com. Stay away from LearningEra.com and Kris G. THEY ARE A SCAM! I was sent the Job Description Below.
Our Clients believes international expansion is a key customer growth driver .Clients Marketplace is revolutionizing discovery, procurement, and fulfilment of digital software and services. This enables customers to innovate faster, by simplifying and accelerating historically slow processes. We are making it easy to rapidly move customer workloads and modernize applications.
The goal is to be the best online platform for global Sellers to list their digital products and services, and for global Buyers to discover and procure them. They strive to innovate amazing new ways to help our customers successfully transition to the cloud. They are builders creating large-scale, distributed applications, systems, and services. They are working with sellers, buyers and international stakeholders to achieve our goal at the international Marketplace offices
v Location: remote (10% travel to the headquarters)
v Salary: $120K-$130K(negotiable depending upon the experience) plus (20% fixed bonus)
v Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects
v Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
v Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility
v Ensure resource availability and allocation
v Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress
v Manage changes to the project scope, project schedule and project costs using appropriate verification techniques
v Measure project performance using appropriate tools and techniques
v He or She should be creative because project may fall off the track and meet obstacle
v Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders
v Perform risk management to minimize project risks
v Ability to use remote tools like WebEx, SharePoint, Go-to-meeting, Skype for business or similar tools
v Should be able to work on different time zone sometimes if demanded by the stakeholders
v Meet with clients to take detailed ordering briefs and clarify specific requirements of each project
v Delegate project tasks to team and define the role to each member of the team so there is no conflict of interest
v Track project performance, specifically to analyze the successful completion of short and long-term goals
v Meet budgetary objectives and make adjustments to project constraints based on financial analysis
v Develop comprehensive project plans to be shared with clients as well as other staff members
v This position directly reports to the PMO Group manager
v Headquarter of the client is in Seattle and after every 3 months you have to visit the office as to interact with team and implement motivation factor in them
v Should a people-oriented leader as this is hardcore people management position not a technical position
v You’re a natural leader who’s empowered to see projects succeed.
v You understand success for your clients means communicating and managing expectations throughout the course of the project.
v You understand that you can’t just set a timeline and let the project run itself; you ensure your team and all stakeholders are informed every step of the way and have the data to back it up.
v You believe adaptability and fluidity matter greatly in a project— just because you've planned something doesn’t mean things won’t change mid-stream and you can adapt to change course to meet the objectives.
v You’re resilient when facing challenges in a project and are able to proactively work towards a resolution.
v You have a "get ‘er done" mentality and are proactive, not reactive.
v You’re able to translate complex scope and timeline into small workable chunks and have the ability to explain complex issues and present them in a way that clearly conveys impact and understanding.
v You consider yourself a lifelong learner who embraces the opportunity to learn from others and grow from past mistakes and tough projects.
v You’re innately service-oriented and always communicate with respect and professionalism.
v You’re an expert multitasker who can diligently handle many things at once and enjoys having a full plate.
v You’re extremely detail-oriented and organized and don’t let anything fall through the cracks.
v You enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and have good time management skills.
v Proven working experience in project management
v Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills
v Excellent written and verbal communication skills
v Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills
v Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office
v Scrum Certification is mandatory (in process is acceptable)
The company offers competitive compensation packages including an incentive compensation plan, comprehensive medical/dental/life insurance, 401(k) and employee stock purchase plans.
All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.
© 2019 SPECTRUM STAFFING CO. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veterans.
Kris G |Senior IT Recruiter
Spectrum Staffing LLC, 1001 4th Ave, Suite 3200, Seattle, WA 98154
Update to my case - I contacted the company that I purchased the training from and informed them I will be filing a law suit and including them if I do not get a refund. I sent hem copies of all the emails from Kris G and informed them that they are guilty by association. It took about 2 weeks but I received a refund in the form of a check. I was mailed to me Express mail.
Kris Gomes has no conscience and no heart. To operate a detailed scam such as this makes me wonder how he sleeps at night.
I will continue to get the word out about him and this scam.
I just received a similar experience with Spectrum Staffing, they push for a certification through Learning-Era. Then you have to argue for a refund. Complete scam.
Kris G is a Scam. This woman 'Jessica' calls you first to tell you that you are a great match for a very lucrative job with a big company like ***. Then you get shifted over to Kris G who shares a job description and then tells you that you must get Scrum certification from one of 3 links he sends you, as you must send him your receipt of purchase before he submits you to the hiring company. Then within a week a screening interview occurred by a John Lee, who must have a fake Linkedin account saying he is an *** recruiter. Then silence occurs from everyone, and no follow up.
The www.***com website link at the bottom of Kris's email, takes you to a poorly crafted website, with a Boris Hunt as CEO (who doesn't have a linkedin account !), nor does the ***have a linkedin account, nor does Kris have a linkedin account.
The elearning company must be in on the scam, as the only way the scam can be profitable would be for the elearing company to pay a kickback to Kris, for getting some to sign up for the Scrum Certification. The elearning company is:
The job description and wording sent to me by Kris *** was enough to send up red flags. The pay rate was also "too good to be true," The recruiter kept asking if I am scrum certified....now I know why! Based on the reviews I see here, I will pass on this "job."
I was scammed. Like the other people indicated Kris *** is a fraud. They push you to take certification courses to get an interview with Amazon (in my case) and I was interviewed by an "Amazon employee" who barely spoke English and didn't know what he was talking about.
"Hi, I have a job offer for you from.
I notice you have a PMP, however they are looking for Scrum Certification as well.
The Scrum Certification should be from a reputable institution."
He then emails you a list of the schools where you *shouldregister for the Scrum Cert
The initial conversation raised red flags, but the subsequent calls and insistence to register with those particular schools was the final straw. These scammers have become sophisticated, gotta give them that.
Sorry buddy, try another tactic
Scam recruiter looking to get you to do Scrum Cert but only from his links. The guy has some girl call first and then refer you. The phone number is an asian looking escort.
Total Scam to get scrum master certification. Will force you to buy it, promise you an interview with a big company and then disappear. Kris Gomes is a fraud and so is spectrumstaffingco.com
Same scam as *** (search on Revdex.com website) - The company wants to talk to you but you have to prove you are getting a scrum master cert.