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Old 09-29-2005, 02:42 PM
mroels mroels is offline
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VERAMED? thru careerbuilder

just another nice little phishing scam. and yes it is a scam. doesnt even need lengthy explanation, we've all seen em before.

email:
We Have A Part Time Job For You!
VeraMed.Inc is a United Kingdom Based company selling medical goods. We
have reached big sales volume of
pharmaceuticals in UK and Europe and now are trying to penetrate in the
North American market. But we
faced new difficulties connected with taxes. The international money
transfer tax for
legal entities in UK is 30%, whereas for the individual it is only 6%.
That's why we
need agents to receive payment for our products and to resend the money
to us. This way
we will save money because of tax decreasing.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Agent's work consists in receiving payment from customers (wells fargo
bank transfer or direct deposit) and making
further payments to our main office or to one of our regional affiliate
departments,
depending on the customer's location. It should not take more that 2
hours per day.
Agent's commission is 6% from each transaction (for instance: you
receive $1500 to
your bank account, you will withdraw the money and keep your 6% for
yourself). All
transfer and further money transfer related charges are also covered
and paid by our
company. So You'll be responsible just for making proper payments in
time . Each transaction will be transferred only after prior
notification and sometimes after a notification phone call or email.

New recruitment program has been started recently because we are in
need of regional financial managers whose work consists of distributing
funds received from our customers and suppliers. You are not required to
have some extra knowledge or to be experienced in this business and
this occupation can endow additional income to you and your family as it
will not require more than few hours per week
If you are interested in our offer, please feel free to ask for the
general provisions
of the contract.

Requirements:
Adult people only (we cannot hire people who don?t reach the adult
age)
Resident of USA
Computer with e-mail;
2-3 hours free time within the work day
Have a wells fargo personal checking or savings account or open
a new one.

For further informations and inquiries about the job we are offering
please feel free to contact us bye email any time.


Email us today at VeraMedJobs@ol.com for more details and join our part
time employees group to start.
VeraMed.Inc





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Old 09-29-2005, 03:08 PM
Robert_T Robert_T is offline
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Re: VERAMED? thru careerbuilder

Thanks mroels



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Old 10-09-2005, 09:28 AM
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Re: VERAMED? thru careerbuilder

Yes it is serious scam DO NOT TRY THIS, this just happened to my friend 2 days ago on 10/5, she fell for this because she thought it was a good opportunity for her after she got laid off from her job, and she was asking me to do this to make money too and I told her it does not sound correct. Here is what happened, I experienced the whole process with her and I went to the bank to help her when they blocked her account:

0. They post the job with many different companies names.
1. They send you a contract for employment to make it look legal.
2. They ask you for your bank account number after you accept employment.
3. They hacked to well fargo system and accessed other accounts data
4. They log in with other people id and password and transfer money to yours
5. You see the online banking transfer to your account and you think wow
6. You believe the transfer is good because bank guarantees tranfer
7. You take the money and wire them the money after you take your portion
8. The next day the bank will block your account and freeze your money
9. When you go to the bank, they will tell you it was an unauthorized tranfer
10. They tell you your account is under investigation
11. The scammer now has your money and your account is overdrawn
12. Now the FBI is involved because bank is protected by the federal gov.
13. My friend has to wait now for weeks until the investigation is done.

so open your eyes people, DO NOT GIVE YOUR PERSONAL INFO to anyone over the internet.

Now the FBI is pointing fingers at her, as well as everyone else involved with her, because they dont know who did this, and they think that she might have done this. I fell bad for her, she just lost her rent money from this because the bank debited her account back and froze all her money.

BE SMART AND DONT FALL FOR THIS. and if you think that you can do this and take the money they send you, you are wrong, because the bank will debit your account and freeze your all your money.

NOW I think Wells Fargo needs to do something to protect their consumers and place a hold on any online transfer for at least 2 days and make it pending and not available to detect any fraud like this.

I feel sorry for my friend because she was the victim and hope this information will open your eyes and your mind.

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Old 10-09-2005, 09:37 AM
mroels mroels is offline
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Re: VERAMED? thru careerbuilder

I think most of us here wouldn't even respond to the job offer..i'm surprised you friend did...in fact we've been wondering how it works once you do join up coz no here ever has...interesting info!!




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