Today I received an email from: DaveSchedules@gmail.com with a very suspicious message about some MS assignment shops.
My suspicions were even more intensed when I search the MSPA’s provider list and did not see any listing for the company he states he is from.
So, be careful!
Also, if anyone has dealt with this Dave and he is legitimately involved with MSing, my apologies, but it’s better to be safe than sorry!
Thank you so much for the warning Wassim!
Cases like this are sadly not uncommon, with people trying to scam shoppers in various ways, so it's always prudent to be careful.
Here are a few things to look out for when receiving emails from schedulers that haven't contacted you before:
These are just some of the tell-tell signs of a possible scam, so always be sure to check (as Wassim did), and you can even open a support ticket for iSecretShop, to check if the person that sent you an email is registered as a scheduler for any MSP. In this case, this Dave person, is definitely not.
Thanks again Wassim!