Brighten Communications Review

Identity fraud victim! I found this company under jobs from Craig’s list. I researched it and while some complaints were that they got fired due to lack of performance, I figured I’m a hard worker so let me take a chance and apply. Within a week a got an email based on my experience, they wanted to move forward with the application and sent script to read to the phone number provided with video link about the co. The next day I got an email with a link for me to complete questioner as to why I want to telecommute/work for the co. The next day I got another email saying congratulations they accepted me and wants me to finalize the application process so again with a link attached to the email. I completed the application process with contract disclosure. Seems legit. They asked for personal info for payroll such as d.o.b. Social security # then it said thank you for completing the application you will receive a email to our portal for training etc. | Never again did I hear anymore from them and no number to contact the company that has now taken possession of my very identify and I am now a victim of identity fraud and ruined credit. This is a serious offense. Please beware of this scam. I can cry just thinking about how I wanted to make an honest living coz I’m limited physically but even my good name has been taken from me.


Name: Brighten Communications

Country: United States

State: Arizona

City: Phoenix

Address: 925 W Willow Ave

Phone: (623) 869-1060


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