Since the fake job offer email is so long, I’ll get right to it.
From: Daphne Pugh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Job opportunity – (088389876)
We want you to look through the job offer written below. Rush Delivery serviceï¿½has recently got acquainted with the resume that you posted on the internet and would like to offer you a free vacancy as a courier clerk department member.
Rush Delivery service was set in 2006 as a result of the merger of couple commercial postal services in Lithuania. Our current business sphere works with many European clients to facilitate the ordering, purchase and deliver of goods bought directly from the North American market to them. Our enterprise approach by default targets the retail field.
The duties of your vacancy are reserved only for residents of the US. As a delivery employee your duties will include: following, accepting, putting together, accumulating and transferring goods ordered from big US internet firms to Europe to the corporate branches and secondary office locations. The position does not demand attending any kind of office work places and can be primarily performed from your home and the local post office. Our organization provides all the required materials and instructions for doing the job, a clear job contract (with other paperwork) and plenty of benefits. We ask for no start up costs from our employees. Products that our clients order are majorly modern electronics such as Apple gadgets, different computers and similar electronics, so there is nothing heavy or too large being shipped (and no need for a warehouse place). We provide a $1,800 monthly stable and base salary with an extra bonus paid for every task accomplished on time. There is a very good chance of higher salary and expanding careers for our most successful employees.
– 18 years minimum age
– Having a working street address
– Being able to work comfortably on the internet and with a printer
– Having a working phone number (and willingness to add several or additional numbers)
Rush Delivery service is happy to show you this official invitation message. We purposely do not include any attachments or links to keep web security at the highest point.
If you are interested, do not hesitate to let us know about it via email.
I told you it was long. Daphne is pretty thorough, but that doesn’t change that this is a fake offer.