A pretty good imitation of a SeeLevel email

I got this, supposedly from SeeLevel. It's not, of course. It even has the unsubscribe tag line at the bottom, with the correct address. So be aware.


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From: yvonne.cheesman@seeleelhx.com
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$25.00 f0r job
Need to be done by the 12th of this month with report turned in
Let me know if you're able to help or if you know someone who would be interested, with
there information.

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"Yvonne Cheesman" lol, awesome fake name. I dated an Yvonne once but she had a much more boring surname.

At least it's good to know there are scammers out there who are even more disreputable than SeeLevel is itself.
Actually, Seelevel has jobs with a $25.00 base fee. I do not know anything about the rest of that situation.

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According to this Facebook profile, she started scheduling for SeeLevel last November.

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Kim


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/12/2021 02:23AM by kimmiemae.
I still think the email is a scam. The "from" email address is not correct for Seelevel schedulers:
yvonne.cheesman@seeleelhx.com

It should be seelevelhx.com.
Note the small difference.

I believe the scammer has attempted to use a real scheduler's name with a fake email address. Someone should let Seelevel and Yvonne know.
That IS a good catch. They got it correct in the unsubscribe link so you would think they would be consistent.

Kim
@Shop-et-al wrote:

Actually, Seelevel has jobs with a $25.00 base fee.
Luxury car shops maybe where you have to dress up like James Bond and have a previous history driving Aston-Martins with ejector seats and laser-beam-shooting headlights?

Nothing in the way of shops a normal person would do ever got near $25 in my area back when I was registered with them. Then again, it's the only MSC I ever de-registered from so maybe there's something on their boards now.
@KokoBWare wrote:

@Shop-et-al wrote:

Actually, Seelevel has jobs with a $25.00 base fee.
Luxury car shops maybe where you have to dress up like James Bond and have a previous history driving Aston-Martins with ejector seats and laser-beam-shooting headlights?

Nothing in the way of shops a normal person would do ever got near $25 in my area back when I was registered with them. Then again, it's the only MSC I ever de-registered from so maybe there's something on their boards now.


Actually I just checked and they have $30 shops that a normal person would do. They also have the expensive cars at $75.
@kenasch wrote:

@KokoBWare wrote:

@Shop-et-al wrote:

Actually, Seelevel has jobs with a $25.00 base fee.
Luxury car shops maybe where you have to dress up like James Bond and have a previous history driving Aston-Martins with ejector seats and laser-beam-shooting headlights?

Nothing in the way of shops a normal person would do ever got near $25 in my area back when I was registered with them. Then again, it's the only MSC I ever de-registered from so maybe there's something on their boards now.


Actually I just checked and they have $30 shops that a normal person would do. They also have the expensive cars at $75.
Interesting.I'm on Long Island. Were these for New York City area, other urban area, suburban or rural? They never got close to those levels when I was registered.

Sorry but I'm salty on this company since they pulled a shifty one on me to deny me $3, a STINKING $3, on a phone shop. I was calling an ATV dealer in a small town in Maine, instructions said you have to talk to someone in "sales," the rep I spoke to said "yeah, I do sales," shop was done, SeeLevel found that the rep wasn't technically in the "sales" department (which I suspect consisted of one person, this wasn't Bangor or Augusta or Portland or even Saco, it was a bump in the road town), and denied me the money. The whole $3. Congratulations, SeeLevel on that $3 savings.

I did a much worse goof on a $5 Confero phone shop this week, to the point I wouldn't have held it against Confero if they invalidated the shop, and they gave me a 10/10 and are paying. So I'm happy to be done with SeeLevel.

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 04/12/2021 07:18AM by KokoBWare.
I'm souring on seelevel too. for months I have been trying to receive payment for a December shop, $65. I emailed the scheduler, the payments department then called both the phone numbers on their home page. Never have spoken with a person and got a 10/10 on the report. I don't know what my next step is. Any suggestions?
So I just got the email from yvonne.cheesman@seeleelhx.com. I went to SeeLevel via the link I have saved in my favorites. My browser wouldn't let me continue because their security certificate couldn't be verified. This was the exact message, "This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection."
Given this email circulating I wonder if SeeLevel's been hacked? Anyone able to get on their site without a problem?

Kim
I just wanted to add that I was going to log on to SeeLevel just to see if there indeed was a job posted for $25. There weren't the usual links to the job board in the email.

Kim
@kimmiemae wrote:

So I just got the email from yvonne.cheesman@seeleelhx.com. I went to SeeLevel via the link I have saved in my favorites. My browser wouldn't let me continue because their security certificate couldn't be verified. This was the exact message, "This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection."
Given this email circulating I wonder if SeeLevel's been hacked? Anyone able to get on their site without a problem?

I also have got a similar message when trying to access Seelevel. However I learned that if I use this link I don't get the warning message:

[www.seelevelhx.com]

The only difference I can see is having www included. The link that doesn't seem to work is:
[seelevelshoppers.com]

Weird. Also using a different browser may give access to their site without the warning.

Something else strange I just noticed. Seelevel is not included in the list of Official Mystery Shop Companies at the bottom of this forum.

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/16/2021 05:29PM by kenasch.
It's probably under Beyond Hello - isn't that what their name used to be? I will try that link, thank you.

Kim
This link takes you to the page where the login screen is at the bottom of the page. I use Pale Moon browser and had no issues: [www.seelevelhx.com] I believe it is the same link as kenasch's above.

I searched 400 miles out and didn't see any $25 jobs. I saw 90% fast food, and the rest were some odd "identity" jobs paying $12.00. Nothing for $25.00 that I saw.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/17/2021 03:30PM by guysmom.
The email I got described the shop as a furniture inquiry shop. No links to any actual jobs listed on the board. I wonder if See Level knows about this.

Kim
@kenasch @guysmom - Thanks! I used your links and was able to login to SeeLevel without a problem. They only have FF shops where I am.

Kim
I almost fell for one of those scams.. and it said SeeLevel or at least had SeeLevel Logos on the email. They would pay me $250 if I bought a $200 gift card during certain hours at a CVS store here in my tiny town. And I thought, it was kinda cool that there was something I could do that paid well here in town without it having to reveal myself. So I signed up, and I bought the card, but I did not give them the numbers off the card that they wanted, because the instructions said it was a customer service shop, so I sent a picture of the receipt, and both sides of the card with the numbers still covered. And then I spent the money on the card on a new mattress for my bed on Ebay, because I was NOT going to give them MY money to earn money (at this point I was still thinking it was a real job).

They got snotty with me, and then I saw the notices about the scams on SeeLevel's website. The next time they contacted me to try to get the numbers from me I told them I was going to call the police and I never heard from them again.
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