Friday, June 19, 2009

UFE Online Incorporated Is Another Fake Job Scam!!

Here's the full text of the latest email scam I received yesterday. Again, as so many others comment to the blog, how can they get away with this?

Greetings,



I'm representing human resource department of UFE Inc. We've reviewed your resume online and would like to offer you position with our company. We're looking

for US personnel in order to intermediate marketing transactions overseas.



UFE Online, Inc. was incorporated in 2003 to provide a better level of service to firms and individuals who need to send money internationally. Recently we

have been receiving plenty of applications from customers in the US. We are strongly interested to grant the best services and in the shortest dates to

overcome all the difficulties that are likely to appear. However, we've faced certain problems. Due to a large period of time concerning the payment

transactions accomplished between US and Europe, high taxes that such transaction cause, we've decided to establish position of cash asset manager to

facilitate the process. Now we have 10-15 positions available to assist in virtual office presense.



Range of cash asset manager's duties will include:



Process work requests that necessary to maintain an effective payments transfer program

Managing cash and balancing receipts

Making collections (if necessary)

Posting payments

Making bank deposits

Perform related duties and responsibilities as required



For the services provided asset manager will receive 5% of each transaction processed and the base wage of USD2,000 per month.



If you're interested in the position we have, contact me at hp.dept.ufe@gmail.com to receive a prompt reply and further information.



PLEASE NOTE: We are sending you this email as you have posted your resume on a 3rd party website which provides resume access service. We will not

contact you again unless requested.



--

HR Department

UFE Online Inc

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just received this email from a Shelley Twitty. The name itself made me laugh, so I knew it had to be a scam of some sort. Thanks for keeping everyone posted!

Anonymous said...

I just got that today myself. Glad I checked here first.

Angel said...

Now, don't get me wrong... I've recieved this email also, and believed it to be a scam, but what info do you have to back up that it IS a scam. I found this posting by googling UFE Online because I was searching for information on it.

Anonymous said...

Ya i received this e-mail today as well. And for the person asking how do we know its a scam? Um well firstly i have no online resume. Like they claim. Its to trick people that are in need when people are despite. Its screwed up.

Anonymous said...

I got the same one today as well. I copied and pasted the link from this site into a reply email back to whoever sent it to me and requested not to be bothered again

Anonymous said...

Scam it is because it reads as a scam offer, no further proof needed.

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