Almost 10 years ago — in what seems like another lifetime — I managed a buffet-style pizza restaurant in my North Carolina hometown.It was a brand new restaurant, and very busy. Much of the work was in the prep-time. We cut veggies, folded boxes, and prepped the dining room for service. While all of these items took time, what took the most amount of time was making the dough.
Today we received what appeared to be a legitimate RFQ through the contact form on our website. It came from a guy named Jason, looking to produce a new website. Sounds simple enough, but it’s always good to be on the lookout for website scam. See his email below and see if you notice any red flags:
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