Friday, April 17, 2009

Auction Online Solution Job Scam Email Offer

Here's another one that just "shouts" scam all over it. Even the salary for a few hours a week seems far far off base.

What do you think? Anyone have any experience or information on this scam of a company?

Lisa Boston

Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 8:48 AM
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The world of online sales and marketing is developing how we trade goods. Auction Online Solution, is appreciatedas one of eBay's top progressives, has created a one-of-a-kind sales and consignment platform that gives us the industry advantage in online sales. We are providing other services in near-by online auction industry. We are dedicated in increasing the selling potential of your items in our eBay stores by exploring numerous onlinesales channels such as Google, Yahoo, Amazon, Overstock and other. eBay, for example, has nearly 196 million registered users, 90% of whom are buyers. While nearly everyone has the potential to sell items on eBay, not manyare comfortable with the complications of do-it-yourself online sales, that's where eBay drop off stores make sense.And now in view of the fact that this direction is continually grow we areenlarging our team with Independent Administrative Agents into the United States!We are offering a flexible work schedule, commission right after the successfully processed operation, bonuses plus stable salary after the trial period. Your wage can reach up to 2,000-3,000 per month while spending only 15-25 hours a week. We looking for well-organized individuals, older than 18 years old who have a PC (or notebook) and Internet access at home. Knowledge of MS Office is obligatory. We require an experienced Administrative Assistant with a demonstrated commitment to teamwork and strong communication skills to provide efficient administrative and secretarial support to the sales team.To be successful in this position, you will need to have:� Must possess good written communication skills � Detail-oriented and well organized � Must have the ability to manage time and multiple projects efficiently and achieve the required results � Minimum of two years of administrative or customer service experience is required � Proficient use of Excel, and Word is required � Must be able to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusionsYou will also have the confidence to liaise with people at all levels. This role will suit candidates looking for secure permanent part time work, such as return to work mums.For a trial period we sign an Agreement valid within 4 weeks. You undertake no expenses at all! If you are interested in raising up your income and willing to turn your life to a better way - welcome aboard !This Offer available for United States residents only.Please accept our deeply apologies if you have received this mail by mistake.Feel free to contact our Employment coordinator if you have any questions or want to apply.Thank you for your time.Feel free to contact us at :339 West Michigan Avenue,Battle Creek, MI 49017 1-269-756-1161


Anonymous said...

I posted on another comment about these. I found that the address given 339 West Michigan Avenue,
Battle Creek,
MI 49017 , is the address for Battle Creek Transit. If you Google the address it comes up with the Battle Creek Transit Annual Budget Report for 2010.

People just don't seem to have common sense anymore. We started getting these when my husband applied for a job on our hometown paper's web site classifieds, it tuned out it was a scam. We knew as soon as we received it. They wanted us to use our bank account to process checks etc. until they had their office here open. There are several versions of that one going around. The judge shows are full of cases where someone talked a friend into putting checks through their accounts and now they are suing the person to get their money back. The sad thing is that they don't think they owe them just because their checks turned out to be fake.
Employers don't send emails to people who aren't looking for a job, which most aren't.


Anonymous said...

Hi there,

Im from auckland, nz and almost fell for this scam. I realised it was too good to be true but thought mayvbe it was my lucky break.

If it wasnt for all my emails and questions which "Dean Anderson" has stopped replying to after my last question which was "why are you paying so much for a 15hrs per week of work" i probably wouldve been sued also.