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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
|+3 October 22, 2013 9:59:09 AM - You've got a new job proposition, potential Candidate! |
It would look like eventually they would try to obtain your bank details. Below is the email content.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2013-11-06 17:20:04|
Having seen your CV on jobsite.co.uk.
If you have internet at home and you have skills to use internet then you can earn money through home based online job. A home based job gives you freedom of working hours and unemployed educated individuals can earn their living through online jobs.
We are searching for hard working, responsible and talented individuals to work with our company.
There is a lot of money to be earned with us. This also can be perfect opportunity for students, who are studying and want to work side by side with their studies.
We assign Personal Supervisor available online to assist you, you will always have someone to coordinate and communicate with you time to time for the error free work.
For more detailed information regarding the job offer, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sincerely, Julia Butler Recruitment Manager
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2013-11-05 03:17:40|
My step son was sent this email via job site as above as he is activly looking for genuine work, he has special needs and thought he was being offered a good job. The scam is aimed at vunerable and nieve people. My step son told us that he had registered his bank details and was waiting for his first payment. The bank account is now being closed and the Police and the bank fraud squad have been informed. The site email is being sent out to lots of people looking for jobs. Neil E Basildon UK
|Dave A. (Somewhere in Romania) Added the following extra information on :2013-11-02 02:37:53|
This is the e-mail I got this morning which supports the alleged scam above:
We are delighted to formally offer you an employment to work with us in our Company. We have received your CV from totaljobs.com.
The position is subjected to the following terms and conditions: â€¢ Salary: Will be paid in monthly installments of 1500.00 GBP, subject to deductions for taxes and withholdings as required by law and the company policies. â€¢ 8 % Commission. â€¢ Benefits: - Formal training via our personal supervisor training program - Management growth opportunities - Health care and retirement plan - Solid technology support - Paid vacation - Paid Sick leave â€¢ Non-Compete Agreement: non-compete agreement must be signed prior to start. â€¢ Terminating the employment: employment is at-will basis. Both parties can terminate the relationship with a notice of 2 weeks at any time.
If you are in agreement with the above outline, please let me know. This offer expires in 1 week
Please review this offer of employment, if you have any queries about these please do not hesitate to contact contact us at email@example.com.
Thank You, Julia Butler HR Manager