Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Scam job offer

This right here is a scam job offer that I received from 2 different email addresses. I will not post them because if you receive this email it will probably be nothing like the addresses that were sent to me. This is a mail forwarding position. What you will do is receive packages from identity thefts and then you will receive the packages (alot of companies will not send outside of the US which is where the scammers are). Then you will send the packages off to another country paying to do this. The scammers will tell you that you will be reimbursed and that you'll make great money doing this. You will not receive payment. So you will not only be out your own money but you would have helped someone who has gotten these items by stealing from others. If you get a job offer that looks like this (especially if you haven't even applied) then delete it. Many job boards have scammers on there so be very careful and do your research before accepting a work at home position.


Hello ! The mail forwarding corporation is seeking shipping/receiving Clerk.

No enrollment fee. The average monthly income is $1500.

Job Duties and responsibilities:

- Must be able to work on flexible schedules - the position is home-based
- Receive and mail incoming packages. Auditing incoming shipments for damages.
- Complete all paperwork in a timely and accurate manner.

Qualifications:
- Applicants must be mature - 21 years and older, able to work independently, prioritize the work in an accurate and efficient manner, permanent access to Internet.


In case interested please reply with information requested below so as to confirm we have your name and other information correctly.

- Your Full Name:
- Your Country, State:
- Your Contact number:

Please note: If you do not receive a call or email from our company, your information will be held in our record for future consideration.
Thank you.


Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Alert : Account accessed in a different location

This is a phishing email pretending to be from Amazon.com. This message came from d.demo5@outlook.com. The email looks pretty legit aside from the sender. Especially since my Amazon account is with the email it was sent to.

Amazon.com Accounts Assistance
Check your e-mail.

This e-mail is to inform you that your account will be on hold within 48 hours due to that your account has been accessed in a different location. You will have to confirm certain account information in order to prevent account suspension.


Verify My Account Information


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