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  1. #1
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    Oct 2011

    Work At Home Scam Email

    Here's an email I received and I figured I would share it. This is a work at home scam email. It basically is you giving them your bank information and/or Western Union Scams where money gets shifted, but it is hacked accounts:

    We are offering a shipping manager assistant position.
    We are offering a distant job.

    The job routine will take 2-3 hours per day and requires absolutely no investment.
    You will work with big shops, suppliers, factories all around the States.
    The communication line will flow between you and your personal manager, you will receive orders via email and phone,
    and our trained manager will be with you while every step to help you to work out first orders and answer any questions which may appear.
    The starting salary is about ~2800 USD per month + bonuses.

    You will receive first salary in 30 days after you will successfully complete your first task.
    When the first working month will be over you will have a right to receive salary every 2 weeks.
    The bonuses are calculated on the very last working day of each month,
    and paying out during a first week of the next month.

    We will accept applications this week only!
    To proceed to the next step we should register you in HR system so we will need a small piece of your personal information.

    Please fill in the fields:

    We need your personal information to create HR file only,
    it will stay secure on the separate server till the moment it will be deleted (which take place every 2 days),
    and only HR people will have access to it.

    Please send your answer to my secured email resume@seekcousa.com
    I will reply you personally as soon as possible.



  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2014

    Re: Work At Home Scam Email

    I have not seen anywhere they have requested for your bank information that will come when you are hired. But I also think the whole concept of emailing people about the job position makes it a scam. Which company does that? You simply post on your site or the dailies and wait for people to apply for the job.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2015

    Re: Work At Home Scam Email

    That is a lot of money to invest in an online program. I think people should have seen through this a long time ago. I really hope you get your money back, that is a lot of money to lose in one instance.
    Lily lara

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