Beware Of The CBX Web Designs Employment Scam

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  1. Merle Jenkins says:

    WOW, I am so glad I did a google search for Twowarpgreen, for laughs and giggles.
    I was sent this email
    Good morning Merle Jenkins ,

    You receive this job alert about a new opening with a potential employer. Please read the position summary below and reply if interested. If you are no longer seeking for employment, please send us a message with “unsubscribe” to avoid receiving future notifications from us.

    A web developer is seeking for several Client Relationship Managers who will be taking care of their expanding client base remotely, from home. Client Relationship Managers will serve as the primary contact for the clients; the focus is on relationship building, understanding client needs and managing the contractual fulfillment of assigned accounts. We believe that it is important to know all aspects of the business, therefore, no previous experience in this industry is necessary: everyone will go through full training with all tools provided.

    The successful candidates will be offered a permanent job contract with a starting salary of $45,000 per year plus incentive bonuses along with a full benefits package. There will be opportunities for career growth based on performance and interest, including management opportunities. Only US based candidates will qualify. Out of state applicants will not be accepted or reviewed for the position.
    If you are interested and would like to to apply, please respond to this email at your earliest convenience. If you’re available to start within a week, your application will have a priority.
    Looking forward to your reply,
    Maria Guerrera
    Recruiting Manager

    Sigma Position Inc., 5327 Buffalo Road, MOUNT AIRY, MD 21771
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    and followup job offer from Kevin Green.
    I decided to move forward and sent him back my 2 phone numbers and address.
    He said that the next step would be to sign and fill out all info that they send me snail mail and send it back.
    I even mentioned to him that this sounded too good to be true.
    I guess I was right.
    Pure evil

  2. Tiffany says:

    So kevin green is a scram ? He called me yesterday from a 502 number

  3. Mae Crosby says:

    several email exchanges in and i came across your post.thanks and im going to investigate furthur and et back with u!

    MY AGREEMENT

    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
    This Employment Agreement (the “Agreement”)
    is made and entered as of __ / __ / 2016 (the “Effective Date”) by and between
    CBX Web Designs LLC (the “Company”),
    having its registered place of business at
    2532 Vulcan Street, Harvey, LA 70058
    and represented by Christopher Boudy, the CEO,
    and the “Employee” (collectively referred to as the “Parties”):
    The Parties agree as follows:
    1. TERMS & CONDITIONS
    Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Company hereby engages the Employee as
    an employee to perform the services of a Client Relationship Manager and the Employee hereby
    accepts such engagement.
    The Employee’s work hours and compensation shall be calculated basing on the work schedule confirmed
    by the Employee (please mark the selected option below):
    FULL-TIME
    PART-TIME
    Full name:
    Full address
    (Street, City, State & ZIP):
    Phone numbers:
    Home/Landline:
    Cell:
    E-mail:
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    The Employee’s duties shall include:
    – Managing client requests, inquiries and concerns via a secure corporate online ticket system;
    – Providing feedback to developers/designers on the services ordered by clients;
    – Managing client and team paperwork, updating order statuses and schedules;
    – Assisting clients with their orders and handling billing procedures;
    – Distributing fees among developers, filling out related financial documentation.
    2. EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION/BENEFITS
    2.1 FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
    Full-time Employees have established a total of 40 work hours per week with a fixed schedule of 9am to
    5pm local time plus an optional lunch break of 1 hour (Monday to Friday). Any overtime is paid at a rate
    of $35.25 per hour. The Company provides the fixed monthly salary of $3760 paid to the Employee in
    accordance with the Company’s financial policies. Pay stubs are mailed to the postal address provided by
    the Employee with every paycheck made.
    2.2 PART-TIME EMPLOYEES
    Part-time Employees have established a total of 30 work hours per week with a fixed schedule of 9am to
    3pm local time plus an optional lunch break of 1 hour (Monday to Friday). Any overtime is paid at a rate
    of $33.75 per hour. The Company provides the fixed monthly salary of $2700 paid to the Employee in
    accordance with the Company’s financial policies. Pay stubs are mailed to the postal address provided by
    the Employee with every paycheck made.
    2.3 BONUSES AND BENEFITS
    A recurrent monthly bonus in the amount of 15% of the Employee’s monthly pay is paid to the Employee
    along with the paycheck for an outstanding performance appraised by the assigned supervisor. The
    bonus can be cancelled by the Company (specifically, by the Employee’s supervisor), if there are any
    client/supervisor complaints based on the demonstrated Employee’s performance/service quality.
    After the first 2 (two) months of work, Employees working full-time will acquire benefits, such as a)
    joining the Company’s health insurance plan (provided by UnitedHealthCare), b) taking paid 21 days off
    per year, and c) participating in the corporate 401k program (optional, provided by Vanguard).
    3. EXPENSES
    The Company will reimburse the Employee for the reasonable expenses incurred by the Employee in the
    performance of his/her duties during the term of this Agreement. Such expenses may include, but are
    not limited by bank fees, gas expenses/taxi fares, cell phone bills, etc. Reimbursements will be made in
    with the closest paycheck, upon receiving copies of bills verifying the amount and nature of expenses.
    4. EMPLOYMENT PERIOD AND TERMINATION
    The Employee shall provide services to the Company pursuant to this Agreement for a term of 1 (one)
    year beginning from the Effective Date. The Agreement shall be extended by default thereafter, unless
    terminated earlier by operation of and in accordance with this Agreement.
    Either of the Parties may terminate the Agreement at any time during the employment period upon
    providing a prior written notice to the other Party in 10 (ten) business days before the planned
    termination date.
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    5. CONFLICTING EMPLOYMENT
    The Employee agrees that during the time of his/her employment with the Company, he/she will not
    accept nor will he/she engage in employment, consulting or other business activity directly related to the
    business of the Company.
    6. CONFIDENTIALITY
    The Employee acknowledges that he/she may have access to the Company’s confidential and proprietary
    information. Such confidential information may include, without limitations: i) business and financial
    information, ii) business methods and practices, iii) technologies and technological strategies, iv)
    marketing strategies and other such information as the Company may designate as confidential
    (“Confidential Information”).
    The Employee agrees not to disclose to any other person (unless required by the law) or use for personal
    gain any Confidential Information at any time during or after the termination of employment, unless the
    Company grants express, written consent of such a disclosure. In addition, the Employee will use his/her
    best efforts to prevent any such disclosure. Confidential information will not include information that is in
    the public domain, unless such information falls there through the Employee’s unauthorized actions.
    7. NON-SOLICITATION OF EMPLOYEES
    The Employee agrees that for a period of 1 (one) month following the termination of his/her
    employment, he/she will not induce, recruit or solicit any of the Company’s Employees to terminate their
    employment or enter into another employment arrangement with a third party.
    8. OTHER RULES AND POLICIES
    The Employee must provide valid bank account information in order to start working for the Company.
    The Employee agrees to abide by any other rules, policies or procedures as communicated by the Company
    that are generally applicable to Employees of the Company.
    9. CONTINUING OBLIGATIONS
    Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement by the Employee for any reason, the provisions of
    paragraph 4, 5, 6 and 7 of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect following such termination.
    10. WAIVER
    The failure of either party to enforce any provisions of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver or
    limitation of that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision
    of this Agreement.
    11. SEVERABILITY
    If any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this
    Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or
    unenforceable by any statute, ordinance or court of competent jurisdiction, and if limiting such provision
    would make the provision valid, then such provision shall be deemed to be construed as so limited.
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    12. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
    This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes any prior
    understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement. There are no other
    promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject
    matter of this Agreement. This Agreement may be modified in writing and must be signed by both the
    Employee and the Company.
    13. GOVERNING LAWS
    The validity of this Agreement with the Company shall be governed by and construed in accordance
    with the laws of United States of America and the state of Louisiana in particular.
    14. ATTORNEY’S FEES AND COSTS
    If any legal action is necessary or brought in any court or arbitration proceeding, to enforce or interpret
    the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees, costs, and
    necessary expenses, in addition to any other relief to which such party may be entitled. This provision shall
    be construed as applicable to the entire Agreement.
    (Employee’s signature) CEO of CBX Web Designs
    Christopher Boudy
    (Employee’s full name)
    EMPLOYEE COMPANY

    • admin says:

      Thank you for the information. This is basically the same employment agreement these scammers used in all their previous job scams. Now I see they throw in a “confidentiality” line of BS to try and intimidate and silence their victims:

      © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
      be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.

      And I find it even more ironic that these criminals have the nerve to include this:

      The validity of this Agreement with the Company shall be governed by and construed in accordance
      with the laws of United States of America and the state of Louisiana in particular.

      Thieves in a foreign country claiming their bogus employment agreement validity is governed by the laws
      of the US and the state of Louisiana! What a joke!

      But especially Note # 8:

      OTHER RULES AND POLICIES
      The Employee must provide valid bank account information in order to start working for the Company.

      There is your red flag! NO legitimate company will require their employees to provide their personal bank account information
      as a condition of employment or to conduct company business ever!

  4. Dayna Louis says:

    EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
    This Employment Agreement (the “Agreement”)
    is made and entered as of __ / __ / 2016 (the “Effective Date”) by and between
    CBX Web Designs LLC (the “Company”),
    having its registered place of business at
    2532 Vulcan Street, Harvey, LA 70058
    and represented by Christopher Boudy, the CEO,
    and the “Employee” (collectively referred to as the “Parties”):
    Full name:
    Full address
    (Street, City, State & ZIP):
    Phone numbers:
    Home/Landline:
    Cell:
    E-mail:
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    The Employee’s duties shall include:
    – Managing client requests, inquiries and concerns via a secure corporate online ticket system;
    – Providing feedback to developers/designers on the services ordered by clients;
    – Managing client and team paperwork, updating order statuses and schedules;
    – Assisting clients with their orders and handling billing procedures;
    – Distributing fees among developers, filling out related financial documentation.
    2. EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION/BENEFITS
    2.1 FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
    Full-time Employees have established a total of 40 work hours per week with a fixed schedule of 9am to
    5pm local time plus an optional lunch break of 1 hour (Monday to Friday). Any overtime is paid at a rate
    of $35.25 per hour. The Company provides the fixed monthly salary of $3760 paid to the Employee in
    accordance with the Company’s financial policies. Pay stubs are mailed to the postal address provided by
    the Employee with every paycheck made.
    2.2 PART-TIME EMPLOYEES
    Part-time Employees have established a total of 30 work hours per week with a fixed schedule of 9am to
    3pm local time plus an optional lunch break of 1 hour (Monday to Friday). Any overtime is paid at a rate
    of $33.75 per hour. The Company provides the fixed monthly salary of $2700 paid to the Employee in
    accordance with the Company’s financial policies. Pay stubs are mailed to the postal address provided by
    the Employee with every paycheck made.
    2.3 BONUSES AND BENEFITS
    A recurrent monthly bonus in the amount of 15% of the Employee’s monthly pay is paid to the Employee
    along with the paycheck for an outstanding performance appraised by the assigned supervisor. The
    bonus can be cancelled by the Company (specifically, by the Employee’s supervisor), if there are any
    client/supervisor complaints based on the demonstrated Employee’s performance/service quality.
    After the first 2 (two) months of work, Employees working full-time will acquire benefits, such as a)
    joining the Company’s health insurance plan (provided by UnitedHealthCare), b) taking paid 21 days off
    per year, and c) participating in the corporate 401k program (optional, provided by Vanguard).
    3. EXPENSES
    The Company will reimburse the Employee for the reasonable expenses incurred by the Employee in the
    performance of his/her duties during the term of this Agreement. Such expenses may include, but are
    not limited by bank fees, gas expenses/taxi fares, cell phone bills, etc. Reimbursements will be made in
    with the closest paycheck, upon receiving copies of bills verifying the amount and nature of expenses.
    4. EMPLOYMENT PERIOD AND TERMINATION
    The Employee shall provide services to the Company pursuant to this Agreement for a term of 1 (one)
    year beginning from the Effective Date. The Agreement shall be extended by default thereafter, unless
    terminated earlier by operation of and in accordance with this Agreement.
    Either of the Parties may terminate the Agreement at any time during the employment period upon
    providing a prior written notice to the other Party in 10 (ten) business days before the planned
    termination date.
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    5. CONFLICTING EMPLOYMENT
    The Employee agrees that during the time of his/her employment with the Company, he/she will not
    accept nor will he/she engage in employment, consulting or other business activity directly related to the
    business of the Company.
    6. CONFIDENTIALITY
    The Employee acknowledges that he/she may have access to the Company’s confidential and proprietary
    information. Such confidential information may include, without limitations: i) business and financial
    information, ii) business methods and practices, iii) technologies and technological strategies, iv)
    marketing strategies and other such information as the Company may designate as confidential
    (“Confidential Information”).
    The Employee agrees not to disclose to any other person (unless required by the law) or use for personal
    gain any Confidential Information at any time during or after the termination of employment, unless the
    Company grants express, written consent of such a disclosure. In addition, the Employee will use his/her
    best efforts to prevent any such disclosure. Confidential information will not include information that is in
    the public domain, unless such information falls there through the Employee’s unauthorized actions.
    7. NON-SOLICITATION OF EMPLOYEES
    The Employee agrees that for a period of 1 (one) month following the termination of his/her
    employment, he/she will not induce, recruit or solicit any of the Company’s Employees to terminate their
    employment or enter into another employment arrangement with a third party.
    8. OTHER RULES AND POLICIES
    The Employee must provide valid bank account information in order to start working for the Company.
    The Employee agrees to abide by any other rules, policies or procedures as communicated by the Company
    that are generally applicable to Employees of the Company.
    9. CONTINUING OBLIGATIONS
    Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement by the Employee for any reason, the provisions of
    paragraph 4, 5, 6 and 7 of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect following such termination.
    10. WAIVER
    The failure of either party to enforce any provisions of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver or
    limitation of that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision
    of this Agreement.
    11. SEVERABILITY
    If any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this
    Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or
    unenforceable by any statute, ordinance or court of competent jurisdiction, and if limiting such provision
    would make the provision valid, then such provision shall be deemed to be construed as so limited.
    © 2016 CBX Web Designs LLC. All information contained in this document is considered confidential and cannot
    be disclosed without the prior written permission of an authorized CBX Web Designs representative.
    12. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
    This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes any prior
    understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement. There are no other
    promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject
    matter of this Agreement. This Agreement may be modified in writing and must be signed by both the
    Employee and the Company.
    13. GOVERNING LAWS
    The validity of this Agreement with the Company shall be governed by and construed in accordance
    with the laws of United States of America and the state of Louisiana in particular.
    14. ATTORNEY’S FEES AND COSTS
    If any legal action is necessary or brought in any court or arbitration proceeding, to enforce or interpret
    the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorney’s fees, costs, and
    necessary expenses, in addition to any other relief to which such party may be entitled. This provision shall
    be construed as applicable to the entire Agreement.
    (Employee’s signature) CEO of CBX Web Designs Christopher Boudy

  5. Dayna Louis says:

    Kevin Green
    To XXXXX Today at 10:57 AM
    Hello,

    Please check your employment documents attached to this letter.
    Print it out, then fill it, then scan it and send back the scan or
    picture. Thank you.

    Best Regards,
    Kevin Green,
    CBX Web Designs.

  6. does it matter says:

    Client Relationship Manager

    Kevin Green, careers@twowarpgreen.com


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