Fraudulent job invitation from General Transnational Shipper

One of the more time-consuming activities of a job hunt is research into every lead or invitation for an interview.  I see it as time well-spent, especially when the potential employer is actually a scam artist.  Any job offer or invitation from General Transnational Shipper is a scam.


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Subject:  Job opening_ID _(E326KNQQE5)…

Hello !

Please, have look at the following offer.

General Transnational Shipper inc has opened the position of a delivery employee. In case you have received this letter, that implies the online recruiting department managers have seen your resume on the web, because our recruitment department is searching for nominees on the web.

General Transnational Shipper inc is a European company which is situated in Poland (Warsaw). This firm is engaged in retail trade and forwarding of various goods (mostly modern electronics equipment) and realizing it to European customers. We have been rather prosperous in this business since 2005.

Your obligations will consist of receiving items and sending them off via United States Postal Service and many other agencies.

You do not have to put in any money from your pocket. The salary rate is $1,500 monthly minimum amount and it is derived from every task rate with unlimited peak.

The requirements will be the following:

– aged 18 years old minimum
– be located at designated address on a regular basis
– a computer equipped with the Internet option
– have daytime contact dial number.

You do not need to have any additional room for storing the items.

This letter will be regarded as a formal job invitation and it does not include any strange activities.

In case you are interested, please write us via email :


No good ever come from accepting a job offer like this.  You will receive stolen merchandise from a stranger to ship to another stranger.  J.P Morgan Chase just reported a major security breach and some of the merchandise you’d ship may be purchased with this stolen cash.  It’s not worth the potential mail fraud and receipt of stolen merchandise charges you could face if you went for the easy money.

Be safe and smart.