Pear Therapeutics – Scam Report – Preliminary Investigation Initiated

Is Pear Therapeutics a Scam?

We will soon find out whether Pear Therapeutics is really a scammer, or maybe not? Skepticism is a healthy doubt when faced with a lack of credible evidence, or lack thereof.

A community member has initiated a collaboration campaign to investigate, research, interview, gather evidence, and compile a comprehensive dossier on Pear Therapeutics. This webpage will, therefore, help in consolidating all information with which you can draw logical and valid inferences and conclusions.

Who is Pear Therapeutics?

FYI, Pear Therapeutics is based at BOSTON, MA United States. In this industry, nothing could ever surprise us anymore. So we want and see…

The Ongoing Investigation

In previous investigative reports on similar entities/individuals, the Skeptic Tank community unearthed serious issues related to –

  • Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Litigations and Lawsuits
  • Sexual Harassment Allegations
  • Bankruptcy
  • Criminal Conspiracy

Whenever our esteemed contributors alert us of a serious allegation against a subject, we strongly suggest investigating the claims thoroughly before publishing the report. Once published, we do NOT allow any sort of editing, tampering, or removal of the report.

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In case no substantiative report is compiled based on the community effort, we will keep this space online for up to 180 days, after which it will be expunged.

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  1. This is a scam, I got with the HR Department of Pear Therapeutics and they confirmed it was not legitimate. I hope that the people who sent in color copies of their Passport or Driver License as well as a copy of a utility bill to “get registered” have credit monitoring.

    Pro tip, anyone that wants you to send copies of documents not using a secure service is probably not legitimate.

  2. I received a text message that they received my resume posted on indeed. Her name was Rebecca Ferguson. I don’t know if this is a scam but, if had other companies ask for this and want me to interview.

    • I did an interview too and got hired for $25/hr and theyre sending me money to pay for their work equipment and told me too keep $100 as sign on bonus.

    • It’s not a scam, they texted me too and I ended up doing an interview and I was hired on for $25/hr. I would text her back. It’s 100% legit

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