Tuesday, September 21, 2010

What a Fruadulent Job Offer Looks Like

Below is an actual fraudulent job offer email:

Our corporation is pleased to offer you a well-paid part-time vacancy for the position of administrative assistant/sales support.
We offer you to consider the given e-mail and determine whether your skills are sufficient for this job vacancy.
We are well-regarded food vendor founded in Eastern Europe also represented in Canada and Costa Rica and trades
in their production to customers throughout the world.
BR Our requirements:
- Full or incomplete college education
- Thoroughness , accuracy and conscientiousness
- Fundamental knowledge of MS Office applications
- Means for remote work via Internet
- Ability to strictly adhere to deadlines
- Age of 25 years or more

Main responsibilities:
- Processing payments performed by our customers including mainly bank transfers
- Providing efficiency of money transactions
- Delivering a thorough record of settlements made
- Preparing financial statements
- Managing your own client base

- Basic salary of $2000 after a month probation period
- 5% extra for successful transactions
- All expenses connected with banking transactions and Western Union settlements will be settled by the firm

Please note: Vacant position can be applied exclusively by the US residents.
If you are willing to receive details about this vacancy and our enterprise , don't hesitate to e-mail me: Dixie@consult-usa.net


  1. Yep, that's starting to show up.

  2. I received 102 of these emails today to my personal email account. Yes, 102. In one day. To say I am angry would be putting it lightly. I'd set up a filter for them, but they keep changing the email address.

    -Rich K.