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Steve from WISE LLC called this morning and was asking me for my credit card number. I thought it was unusual to ask an employee's credit card number to refund customers so I said what he's asking is problematic. I may have given them a bad impression on the get go, but it doesn't make sense to use someone else's credit card to reimburse refunds to customers. This company is an online shop, but they're only asking for my credit card number -- still I'm very wary of this request since I haven't seen him in the flesh and I haven't really heard this company before. What concerns me is that I've sent my profile and ID to them via email. We spent talking over the phone for a while of how I think it's dangerous to tell them my credit card number since it may lead to fraudulent activities. Then he's revealed the INTERAC method where the money can be transmitted from a link via email and a secret question/answer. I better consult this with someone else and I admit that it's making me anxious.
I have an interview at the UWinnipeg this 2pm. It's on the Rice building and it's supposed to be the Student Experience Assistant position. It deals with the communication, marketing and PR of the Business / Economics department. To do this, they need an assistant that will collaborate with Dean and the DOC to boost the faculty's image. I'll be working with student groups as well to coordinate events and publish weekly newsletters. It has a lot of responsibilities, but it's mainly maintaining the image and public relations of the department and the faculty. The position would have to use social media, their Graduway program and the TV monitors in the campus. Yet, it's part-time. Anyway, I think I'll be fine either way. I just don't want to make a fool out of myself from this interview and it'll be conducted by two-panels.
The search for my stable job continues.