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Daymaker International?
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Daymaker International apparently hasn't done much in the U.S. until recently, and I'm not able to find any information here about them (except that someone in Poland worked with them over 7 months ago). Can anyone vouch for them? Thanks in advance!!
December 14, 2013 10:58AM
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I thought they only did shops in Scandinavia.. Anyway, they apparently haven't done much here, either. I receive emails very irregularly and it's been a while since the last one. I just tried to login to their site, didn't work...

--Shopping in Finland--
December 15, 2013 04:52AM
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You are correct...as far as I can tell, they do business in Europe however on April 12th, I was contacted by Tracey Thompson who found my resume on one of the job boards. I live in Las Vegas. He/She claims to represent Daymaker International. I researched Daymaker.co and noticed that most or all of their jobs were in Poland. This Tracey Thompson person has an e-mail of tracey.thompson@yandex.com. I researched yandex.com and found that they are an online service provider in Moscow, Russia.

It seems Daymaker may be a valid company but the person representing themselves as Tracey Thompson is a scammer.
May 01, 2014 01:37PM
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lpgalinato Wrote:
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> You are correct...as far as I can tell, they do
> business in Europe however on April 12th, I was
> contacted by Tracey Thompson who found my resume
> on one of the job boards. I live in Las Vegas.
> He/She claims to represent Daymaker International.
> I researched Daymaker.co and noticed that most or
> all of their jobs were in Poland. This Tracey
> Thompson person has an e-mail of
> tracey.thompson@yandex.com. I researched
> yandex.com and found that they are an online
> service provider in Moscow, Russia.
>
> It seems Daymaker may be a valid company but the
> person representing themselves as Tracey Thompson
> is a scammer.

Since my last post i have worked with Daymaker. They do have their emails in the format john.doe@daymaker.se (Sweden) but i got a phone call from my own country.
It's more than likely that someone is trying to scam people using a name of a company that only occasionally operates in the US.

--Shopping in Finland--
May 01, 2014 01:51PM
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