- In my last post I revealed the full name of Dave and the hidden Blackpool company he works for, which, in the guise of the charity Support The Heroes, is currently recruiting paid fundraisers. On 22 April 2015, the day after that post, Dave removed from his two job ads on the Indeed jobs website the mobile phone number I used to identify him. He is now using the number 07951725657 in his ads there. Dave also deleted the identifying mobile phone number from his LinkedIn profile (as Dave Ellison). Yet it is important to remember that the three screen shots in my last post are all visibly dated – at 15 April 2015.
- Here I provide two further pieces of evidence confirming Dave’s original mobile phone number in the guise of Support The Heroes – 07547320277 – as shown in those three screen shots.
- First, Dave as Support The Heroes uses that phone number in a job ad for a “Charity Fundraiser” on the Blackpool Jobs page on Facebook (screen shot in Figure 1). There the text of the ad is the same as that in the Indeed ad shown in Figure 1 (“Charity Fundraiser”) of my last post.
- Second, Dave on 07547320277 appears as contact in a job ad for a “street seller” of charity merchandise that was posted on the government’s Universal Jobmatch website 17 April 2015 (screen shot in Figure 2). But now Dave doesn’t disclose the charity’s name: the company is shown as “confidential”. The secrecy invites suspicion. The text of the ad is the same as that in the Indeed ad shown in Figure 2 (“Charity Wristband Fundraiser”) of my last post, except for one difference. Dave’s ad on Universal Jobmatch omits the sentence: “Uncapped commission paid daily, working directly for the charity.”