Bogus job offer company
Hello this is ... calling from barrister global services network. I'm calling you regarding a-the(?) position for a technician located in your ZIP Code area for a project that we have your days there and the design-project(?) ... working on care(?) been machine doing work for the troubleshooting repair minor issues. I've sent you an email with the details. Please take a look at eighth and the current-receipt(?) of this position. Give me a call back at this phone number 9-853-650-4009 ext. 294 or just reply back to my mail. Thank you and have a wonderful day. Bye bye.
Hello this is Kerry calling from barrister global services network. I just sold(?) that you have great with your account that you have signed up. So I would need from you ID verification that those agreement to be signed and send it back to me. So please if you have time call me as soon as possible or reply me back to my email. Thank you and have a nice day.
Hello this is John calling you from barrister global services network. The reason of my call today is related to the project that consist of casco(?) vending machines. All you need to do is break the extension-is(?) configuration upgrade enter(?) my mobile. If you'd like to be part of this project and to know more information about this one. Please give me a call back at 985-365-0400. My extension number 287. Once again 985-365-0400 my extension number 287. Thank you for time have a good day. Bye.
Hello. Hello. We provide IP and telecommunications wishes that enables our client to save money on the current IT and fun expenses and I wanted to see if you had a field time just to talk a little bit about barrister Barry stays(?) the company name that I'm calling from the phone number is 985-265-0806. Thank you for your time and have a great day.
They are a legit IT contracting company, though it’s hard to differentiate from a scam. I actually lost money while working extremely hard - after I accounted for expenses. The only times I went into the black were on jobs which were some of the worst and toughest I’ve ever had, including when I worked as a mason’s assistant, cleaning rentals, and two deployments to Iraq with the Marines. There were times I worked for close to 36 hours straight by myself because others didn’t show up. They pay the absolute minimum, but I imagine they pay their call center staff even worse - so don’t take it out on them if you can avoid it. Many of the people I spoke with were from countries like India, Bosnia, Montenegro and other places where labor standards are shall we say, more “flexible.” They’ll do everything they can to talk you into taking on a job for as little as possible, and you’d kinda have to be a monster to refuse when you really think about it. It’s best to just not answer at all.
its legit as Michael has stated...I made the mistake of working for them once when I first started doing tech work for corporations online....they are a tech company but their pay rates are so low that it's not worth getting out of bed for...don't know how they find qualified technicians at the rates they pay...look @ their reviews @ glassdoor or indeed and see if ANY of them that don't look bogus give a positive response..if you are a field tech..STAY AWAY!!!
Barrister is legitimate, just persistent.
If you've signed up for any remote work or support sites such as WorkMarket or Upwork (formerly oDesk/Freelancer.com), you or the person who had your number gave permission to be contacted by clients.
If you use a free VOIO service like Google Voice, a lot of internet-based techs use VOIP for their support calls.
It's fine to answer. Just politely ask them to take you off their list if you're the new number owner.
Yes, they're India-based. They do global support, so you can get any kind of accent when they call.
Barrister is a real lagitament company, they have clients that need technicians to go on site all over the US, to work on, install, troubleshoot and repair all types of equipment ranging from keyosks type vending machines, printers, copiers to TVs, or computers. Yes it is true they use simi-English speaking people in their call center. If you are a contract type tech, and need work, give them a try. I work for them in a different division where I primarily work on Xerox copiers, pay is good, work is steady, they issue company vehicles, phones, and "Xerox" provides us with laptops to use on their equipment.
This is BARRISTER GLOBAL SERVICES NETWORK, where nobody speak English.
Caller sounded like the were conversing with someone else in a foreign language before saying 'hello?...' Previous calls were messages that matched those above. Also been getting many emails from the Barrister Co. and many calls.
They are a provider of outsourced IT services. My overall experience with them has been mostly on the negative side as they will constantly call your phone sometimes double and triple calling you until you pick up and they don't leave any messages.
They called and tried order a big mac
This is another Barrister HQ phone number