Teradata

They put an ad up for work from home. You answer the ad and the person that you are texting has you register on google hangouts. Then a “company” called teradata contacts you and explains the company, explains that you will be paid $10 an hour for training, then $15 an hour once training is done. Then they get your info, asks for a picture of your I.D.

Then after all this, says we are shipping you a laptop, we need a $100 I tunes card to download software which will be refunded with your first check. After they get this, they give you a tracking number and a site to a shipping company where you put the tracking number in. When you do this, it bring up your shipment but says we need $200 dollars more in i tunes cards in $100 increments for fast shipping.

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Yes it is. Based on the user review published on NO-SCAM.com, it is strongly advised to avoid Teradata in any dealing and transaction.
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