Dayme U wrote:
Hi, I had a similar occurance! What was the company called?
It does not matter what the "company" pretends to be called. Those people are not companies and simply pretend to be all sorts of companies which have nothing to do with any of it. There are literally thousands of them all over the Internet.
Naming a company that has nothing to do with the scammers who abuse their names is not only against the rules here, it is also entirely pointless.
I would like to note that posting any identifying information about a client or freelancer is not allowed as noted in the Community Guidelines.
However, I highly recommend that you read up on the "Safety First!" section of the freelancer resources we have compiled, and these tips for avoiding questionable jobs for more information about working safely through Upwork.
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