And here's another email. The from email address shows as from a email@example.com but the reply goes somewhere else entirely. This job is interesting that it allegedly pays per kilobyte for your good faith effort with this company to translate documents into good English as a text editor. This just reads just like a classic scam as well.
I can understand a true employer from another country trying to make something read like a possible job but this one just reads like a typical scammer that can't speak or think good English.
Our Firm have a available vacancy to be done at home on your computer, as the business texts editor.
Work takes 1 1/2 hours per day or less.
You can be engaged in it at your spare day time.
Over 2000 workers in our firm from all
over the world, and it is necessary for us, that they understood each other
in business correspondence good.
We are sending you business correspondence about 6-9 kilobytes per day which demand the reviewing, the English-speaking person should correct them for grammatical and speech errors. Then to send these messages back to us.
We offer not fixed payment for this work. We pay $7 (USD) for 1 kb of the text which you edit.
Requirement for employee:
- Lives in US
- you should not be younger than 21 years old.
- You should be able to work on the computer and text programms.
We need the following information about you:
Fist name, Last name:
City and the country:
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