When Sandi Bennett got two separate phone calls with at home job opportunities from Amazon and E-Bay, the former Bellsouth, AT&T employee thought she hit the jobs jackpot.
She was told the employment opportunity would be all online and the starting pay was $27 per hour.
“This sounded like the perfect job for me,” said Bennet who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
The call, from 813-430-0184, was flagged by California-based You Mail Inc., a free Robocall screening service.
Company CEO Alex Quilici told News 6 the calls “preying on people desperately looking for work.”