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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Glendale, AZ, United States
| Email Solicitation for possible employment-too good to be true Received and email from a Sandra Moran seeking an interested person in a job opening. I believe they are searching sites like Monster and Career Builder for potential victims. The job opportunity looks \"took good to be true\". You are being offered guaranteed pay for two hours a day of Internet access. A search of the corporate information demonstrates it is a fictitious company. The BIO\'s of the corporate officers lack any specifics; no specific university names, no past corporations names. A real company would list the specific education of the officers of the company.|
Also, a search of the DNS registration of this domain lists invalid contact information and as such is suspect.
On the corporate website, many of the \"latest projects\" links are incomplete and/or list no information.
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