I love it when the scammers get lazy. It makes is so much easier to spot the fake offers for veteran and newbie scam email recipients. Both Omar Ryan and Ulric Wade contacted me, weeks apart, with identical job offers. Only the contact information and job numbers were different; the job description, qualifications, and full email text were identical. I guess even they have detailed scripts to follow.
From Omar Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org), Ulric Wade (email@example.com)
Subject: Job opening (3725256870 from Ryan) (6617862194 from Wade)
Hi ! The mail forwarding corporation is looking for shipping/receiving Clerk.
No enrollment fee. The average monthly salary is $1500.
Job Duties and responsibilities:
– Must be able to work on flexible schedules – the position is home-based
– Receive and mail incoming shipments. Auditing incoming mail for damages.
– Complete all paperwork in a timely and accurate manner.
– 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.
If interested please reply with information asked below so as to check 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 file for future consideration.
If you do receive a job offer after corresponding with these scammers, you’ll either end up shipping and receiving stolen merchandise or giving them your banking information only to have your account compromised. It’s not worth taking the risk. Red flags are everywhere.