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Weekly Scam Roundup: 9/23/2010

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Here are the latest submissions for my weekly scam roundup. If you have received any similar emails, please forward them along to Steve@IveTriedThat.com. I’ll post them here to help protect others from falling for these scams.

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Scam Email #1

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Peter Cramer Date: Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 11:46 AM
Subject: Re: Customer service/bookkeeping application

Thanks for your quick response,We get hired to go to other peoples
companies and act like customers in order to know how the staffs are
handling their services in relation to their customers.Once we have a
contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet,
and you would be given the funds you need to do the job(either
purchase products or required services), after which you would write a
comment
on the staffs activities and give a detailed record of your
experience.Most companies employ our assistance when people give
complains about their services, or when they feel there are needs for
them to improve their customer service. your Identity would be kept
confidential as the job states (secret/customer) you would be paid
$200 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation
allowance, and funds would be given to you if you have to dine as part
of the duty Your job will be to evaluate and comment on customer
service in a wide variety of shops, stores, restaurant and services in
your area.No commitment is made on this job, and you would have
flexible hours as it suits you. If you are interested, do send in
these information:

First name……………….
Middle name………………
Last name………………..
Address Line 1……………
Address Line 2……………
Sex……………….
City…………………….
State…………………..
Zip/Postal code…………..
Age…………………….
Nationality………………
Home phone……………….
Cell phone……………….
EMAIL:…………………..

So we can look at your distance from the locations which you have to
put your service into, and your address would also be need for your
payments.

Thanks

Yours Sincerely

Scam Email #2

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: William Crowley
Date: Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: Fwd: Customer service application

We have a job opening for Versa Check Processor & Mailing, you can work full time or part time…, this is a straight forward employment opportunity and does not require any special skills. You will be working solely as a Processor Dispatcher. Its require no experience and you will be working from home office to do this job. Pay $1600/1800 Monthly

Requirement:
You must have at least 2 boxes of VersaCheck Paper Business Form #1000 to purchase. Computer with internet Printer for the Versacheck printing

If interested fill below info:

First name……………….
Middle name………………
Last name………………..
Address Line 1……………
Address Line 2……………
Sex……………….
City…………………….
State…………………..
Zip/Postal code…………..
Age…………………….
Nationality………………
Home phone……………….
Cell phone……………….
Time/Day (Work Hours) You prefer………
Full Time Or Part Time……
YAHOO MESSENGER ID OR MSN MESSANGER (COMPULSORY)………….

And also come online immediately on your yahoo instant messenger to chat with our rep for the next step and further instruction. If you don’t have a yahoo messenger you can download one and

sign up for a user name then add us on this user name (crowleywilliams@yahoo.com).
Waiting to read from you

William Crowley(Accounting Dpt.)

Scam Email #3

—– Forwarded Message —-
From: DESIGN360 LLC
Sent: Fri, September 17, 2010 5:07:20 AM
Subject: Job post

I am Jennifer Munroe. I’m recruiter of our Company. We noticed your CV & I
believe you good candidate for the vacancy of US Financial Manager.
For more info about available post, visit this web-site:

http://www.yourdesign360.org/jobs.htm

This will be the good addition to your during work.
Please see here for more information about our firm:

Portfolio:
http://www.yourdesign360.org/index-6.htm
Certificates:
http://www.yourdesign360.org/index-12.htm

If you’re interested, reply me as soon as possible.
With regards
Jennifer Munroe

Scam Email #4

—– Forwarded Message —-
From: Rachael Mobley
Sent: Fri, September 17, 2010 6:11:57 AM
Subject: A profitable Job is waiting for you Michele Davidovich

A major international company Veni Group Inc. is expanding and searching for new employees!

We are searching for candidates to fill an independent agent position and represent our company in different regions. The job entails receiving and processing payments from our customers.

This is a part-time position and you will need to work 2-3 hours a day. A full-time employment can be offered after successfully completed 30 days training period.

We pay more than other online organizations! Your salary would be $2300 USD a month plus commission. After the training period, your salary will be increased up to $3000 USD/month plus commission.

If you would like to learn more, please email us at mobley.hr@gmail.com. Our HR managers will contact you within 2 business days.
========FORM*********FORM==========
Full name: ____________________
Country: ________________
Contact phone: __________________
Call time: ______________________
========FORM*********FORM==========

We’ve found your resume at www.hotjobs.com. This is to confirm that your resume has been duly processed and you do meet our basic requirements for the Payment Processing Agent position.

NOTE: This is not a sales position.

Sincerely,
Rachael Mobley

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