Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Check Assist Manager Luis Garza Job Scam

Well, imagine that...another job email from a Luis Garza with a fake job and stating he found my information on www.beyond.com.

Below is that fake job offer:

Dear Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx,

Our Company is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Our firm have found your resume in www.beyond.com jobseeker's database reviewed it and believe that you to be a great candidate for the job which we suggest.
Our company are now searching few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general duties of this job is receiving payments [ wire transfers and bank checks ] from our customers in US.
Every money transfer will follow with detailed directions.
If you haven’t checking account We will help you to open a new account.

Average salary is $550-$750 per week.

General Requirements:

- Available 6-10 hour per week;
- not less than 21 years old
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- Ability to work at home
- US Citizenship
- Responsibility
It is a part-time job which doesn't require leaving your main job


YOU DON”T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START WORK

If you want to join our team please apply at our web-site.


(Blogger note, the URL website for the company is at http://www.duerrgmbh.com/index.php.)

It's a scam like so many before this one and so many that will likely come afterward. Do any of you really need to know why this job is a scam too?

140 comments:

Natalie said...

I just received an email today from maniro1@hotmail.com that stated they found my resume on careerbuilder.com (that's funny, I don't even remember submitting a resume there). It was very similar to what you have posted:

Our Organization is excited to offer you a job as a"Check Assist Manager".
Basic requirements:

- US residency;
- Customer Service Orientation
- You should be of legal age 21+;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.
If you want to accept the offer, please register here

The link leads to: http://freud-gmbh.com/?reg

Being that I recently studied the employee training for Western Union less than a month ago, I recognized right away that it was a scam.

Shame on these people for taking advantage of people during these hard times and making them even harder!

Thank you for this post, and hopefully more people will do their research before jumping into a "too good to be true" venture!

Melissa said...

I just got an email from "Scott Atchley" stating that I had been selected to be "check assist manager." What a bunch of bullshit! I knew it was a scam right away, I mean, really?

Here's what the email said exactly;

Dear M,
Our Organization is pleased to extend to you an offer for the position of a "Check Assist Manager".
Basic requirements:

- US residency;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- Responsibility
- Age: at least 21;
We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.
To apply for this job, please visit our web-site.

Then I was directed to a form on their website at http://frankfurter-gmbh.com/?reg.

They said that they had found my resume on careerbuilder (I never submitted one their) and that the job would pay about $600 a week.

Do not fall for this scam. Like the commenter said above do you really need it explained why this is a scam?

As Natalie said, shame on these bastards! Times are hard enough right now without idiots like this.

. said...

Interesting if you do a "whois" on the domain name, you see the following:

Domain name: frankfurter-gmbh.com

Registrant Contact:
Frankfurter GMBH
Aaron Frankfurter mollyltb579@yahoo.com
3312572 fax: 3312575
Rue Charles Calmette 6
Berlin Berlin 13405
de

Administrative Contact:
Aaron Frankfurter mollyltb579@yahoo.com
3312572 fax: 3312575
Rue Charles Calmette 6
Berlin Berlin 13405
de

Technical Contact:
Aaron Frankfurter mollyltb579@yahoo.com
3312572 fax: 3312575
Rue Charles Calmette 6
Berlin Berlin 13405
de

Billing Contact:
Aaron Frankfurter mollyltb579@yahoo.com
3312572 fax: 3312575
Rue Charles Calmette 6
Berlin Berlin 13405
de

Registration Service Provider:
name: BeckSoft, inc

DNS:
ns1.freedns.ws
ns2.freedns.ws

Created: 2011-04-09
Expires: 2012-04-09

Also, next if you google the physical address of this location, "Rue Charles Calmette 6
Berlin Berlin 13405"

you will see this is an actual church location by the name of "Charismatic Daughter Congregation of the Christliches Zentrum Berlin" with the same phone number used on the whois of 331 25 72.

So this scammer gives us a church telephone number and supposedly it is is located at this location...

Yeah right. SCAM!!!

Anonymous said...

Forgive my ignorance, but what is he trying to gain from this scam? Am I supposed to send him my banking info or something? I got the exact same one after applying for an attorney position. It was obviously a scam, but I don't see the point.

Anonymous said...

To anonymous right above me, gee, it's people like you that can't see what's going on although it's pretty clear. Look at the job description.."The general duties of this job is receiving payments [ wire transfers and bank checks ] from our customers in US.
Every money transfer will follow with detailed directions." That means you receive checks and get wire transfers supposedly into your account. Your own checking account and then you take that money and wire or send it somewhere else. Later on the checks you are accepting are determined to be fraud but you've already wired or mailed money elsewhere before that happens. Then you are stuck with the amount you sent out that didn't exist in the first place. So you pay a fee and the checks you get are forgeries and not legitimate. DO YOU THINK ANY SCAMMER IS GOING TO GIVE YOU A CHECK OR A WIRE TRANSFER THAT IS LEGITIMATE IN ANY DOLLAR AMOUNT? Geez!!

Anonymous said...

To anon two above that doesn't see what the scammer gets out of this...is your personal information to supposedly "pay" you and your good money that you send out thinking this job scam is a real job and when the money he supposedly sends to you by check is a forgery and the wire transfer is actually fraudulent overseas. GET WITH IT!!

Anonymous said...

CRAP...me too..it was so real looking...but I went to the web to search and found this....should have known, but being unemployed for way too long makes you do stupid things...let's get these bastards.

Anonymous said...

Yum same email from a Lou Ann Keeling


Dear ------,
Our firm is excited to extend to you an offer for the position of a "Check Assist Manager".
Obliging requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- US citizeship;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
- Age: at least 21;
- Customer Service Orientation
We believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.
To apply, please register here

Anonymous said...

Our Company is glad to offer you a job as a"Check Assist Manager".
Job requirements:

- US residency;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- Responsibility
- You should be of legal age 21+;
We believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.
If you meet our requirements, please fill the registration form here

Anonymous said...

I got the same email but its from Candy Lane. Her email is candy_s_lane@hotmail.com

and the site that they want me to click is http://bauer-barth.com/?reg

Anonymous said...

I received one too, from Jimmy Carroll (believe it or not ;-):

Dear ActualName ActualLastName,
Our Company is excited to offer you a job as a"Check Assist Manager".
Obliging requirements:

- US residency;
- Initiative
- At least 21 years old;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
We trust that your experience will be among our valuable assets.
To apply, please apply at our web-site

They USED my name and last name. Could not believe it, although I recognized the scam right away.

One thing I wanted to tell you all. Just do not be so mean. People who ARE looking for a job, already facing difficult times, being humiliated by these scam emails daily, really DO NOT NEED to receive extra anger for asking a totally legitimate question: what the heck do they want from me? Some of us just do not get money issues, but really, there's no need to be harsh.

Anonymous said...

I also received this same email. Mine came from: "Charles Boggs" <nortie44@hotmail.com.

Leo said...

Mine came from "Rodo V. and here us the email.


Dear Leo *******,
Our firm is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Our Organization have found your resume in Beyond jobseeker's database reviewed it and believe that you to be a great candidate for this position which we have.
Our company are now looking for a few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general work of this position is collecting payments [ wire transfers and bank checks ] from our clients in United States.
Every money transfer will go with with detailed brief.
If you haven’t bank account We will help you to open a new account.

Average earnings is $600-$800 per week.

General Requirements:

- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations
- Ability to work at home
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- US Citizenship
- Your age is almost not limited: 21-65
It is a part-time job which doesn't require leaving your main job


YOU DON”T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START WORK

If you want to apply this position please fill this form

When you click on the link It takes you to a very real looking website http://austerlitz-gmbh.com/?reg and it made me suspicious right away but since my income has be decreased by 60% since the recession started I had hoped it was legit, that is until I found this blog. THANK YOU for doing what you do and shining light on these roaches that would steal from us when we are in such desperate times.

Anonymous said...

mine from....."jesse jungo" ,

Our Organization is glad to offer you a job as a"Check Assist Manager".
Basic requirements:

- At least 21 years old;
- US citizeship;
- an opportunity to check your email several times a day;
- Liability
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
We believe that your experience will be among our valuable assets.
If you are interested, please visit our web-site

http://bauer-barth.com/index.php?contacts


also said they found me on career builder... what can ppl do about this crap?

. said...

This is an email I deleted by mistake from a reader by the name of Corrine:

"Corinne has left a new comment on your post "Check Assist Manager Luis Garza Job Scam":

I just got a similar email from Dorethea Kinkelaar:

Our Organization is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Our Company have found your resume in Beyond database reviewed it and think that you to be a great applicant for the vacancy which we have.
Our firm are now looking for a few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general job of this position is collecting payments [ ACH transfers and bank checks ] from our clients in USA.
Every cheque will go with with detailed brief.
If you haven’t checking account our manager will help you to open a new account.

Average income is $550-$750 per week.

Basic Requirements:

- Ability to work at home
- Available 6-10 hour per week;
- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations
- US Citizenship
- Age: 21+
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
You may combine work in our company with your main job

I believed it was a scam right away, and I just did some searching to double check.

These people are disgusting. I hope no one falls for this."

Anonymous said...

I got a similar one.
Our company have just reviewed your online resume on Monster.com and we are would like to consider you for the position of Cheque Assist manager within our firm.
We are need creative and capable persons to become successful members of our team. If you try to find new experience, new accomplishments attainments in your career,and are willing to receive better income we are pleased to offer you work in our firm
We would like to inform you of a newly opened vacancy of Cheque Assist Manager at our Company for United States citizens. We are a company registered in Germany. Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.. In list below you will find vacancy description and general requirements for the position. If you find these compatible with your temper and personality, and consider that you meet our requirements, we would be pleased to offer you a new career, competitive salary and opportunity to work at home.
Your work is :
The main task object of the Check Assist Manager is that to receive cheques to your checking account from buyers in proper time, sending them to our company via wire Transfers, and solving meet the challenge associated with these tasks.
It is significant to add, that every transfer will be accompanied with detailed instructions. It helps to make the task easier to a considerable degree. Thanks to the daily communication with the company you will become an competent Cheque Assist Manager. It seems important to add that the company pays all fees.
General requirements are as follows:
• Your age is almost not limited: 21-65
• Good communications abilities;
• Computer skills
• You will work only 3-10 hours per week;
• Our company appreciate honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations;
• Willingness to work from home, take responsibility and achieve higher goals;
• Have an experience in consumer service industry (preferable)
This job will allow you to:
• Enlarge available personal time for your hobby or entertainments;
• Develop high self-respect and regard, as well as win the respect of all;
• Get financial independence for less time than it's usually required and plan your time at your will;
• Work efficiently from home, on flexible schedule flextime

And above all your average salary $650-$1350 per week. If you want to join our team, please apply here

NO START-UP FEE
We will provide you with further detailed information ( web-site address, licenses,contract, etc.) , as well as answers to your questions.

Anonymous said...

Mine was from Lucille Atkins <neutrals733@gmail.com said they found my resume on monster. I guess some people get suckered into this but not me but was one of the more realistic one I have seen they are getting better but still not good enough to fool us.

Anonymous said...

Here is what I just received from a Marsha Humphrey:

We have recently looked through your resume at Job.com and we are consider you for the position of Cheque Assist manager within our company.

We are invite creative and capable employees to become successful members of our team. If you are looking for new experience, new accomplishments achievements in your career,and are willing to receive better salary we are glad to offer you work in our Company

We would like to inform you of a newly opened position of Check Assist Manager at our Company for United States citizens. We are a company registered in Germany. Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.. In list below you will find vacancy description and general requirements for the position. If you find these compatible with your temper and personality, and consider that you meet our requirements, we would be pleased to offer you a new career, competitive salary and opportunity to work at home.

Your activity is as follows:

The main task object of the Cheque Assist Manager is that to collect cheques to your Bank account from customers in timely manner, sending them to our company via wire Transfers, and solving meet the challenge associated with these tasks.
it seems important to notice, that every transfer will be accompanied with detailed descriptions. It helps to make the task easier to a considerable degree. Thanks to the daily communication with the company you will become an knowledgeable Check Assist Manager. It seems important to add that the company pays all fees.

General requirements are as follows:

Be a person aged from 21 to 65

Good communications skills;

Be a competent PC user

You will work only 3-10 hours per week;

Our company appreciate integrity, amenability and promptness in operations;

Aspiration for to work from home, take responsibility and achieve higher goals;

Have an experience in consumer service industry (preferable)

This job will allow you to:

Increase available personal time for your hobby or entertainments;

Involve high self-respect and esteem, as well as win the respect of all;

Get financial independence for less time than it's usually required and plan your time at your wish;

Work efficiently from home, on flexible flextime


And above all your average salary $650-$1350 per week. Compensation is commission-based (you obtain up to 8 % of each processed transfer), please apply at our web-site

NO START-UP FEE

We will provide you with further detailed information ( web-site address, licenses,contract, etc.) , as well as answers to your questions.

Anonymous said...

I received this one yesterday:

From: Zachariah Burnett
From email address: margaritaycv65@gmail.com

Our manager have just reviewed your resume at CareerBuilder and we are consider you for the position of Check Assist manager at our firm.
We are looking for creative and capable individuals to become our successful employees. If you are looking for new experience, new accomplishments attainments in your career,and are willing to receive better income we are glad to offer you work in our organization

We would like to inform you of a newly opened vacancy of Check Assist Manager at our Company for USA citizens. We are a company registered in Germany. Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.. In list below you will find position description and general requirements for the position. If you find these compatible with your temper and personality, and consider that you meet our requirements, we would be pleased to offer you a new career, competitive salary and opportunity to work at home.

Your activity is :

The main task object of the Check Assist Manager is that to receive bank checks to your Bank account from buyers in proper time, sending them to our company via wire Transfers, and solving issues associated with these tasks.
It is significant to notice, that every transfer will be accompanied with detailed instructions. It helps to make the task easier to a considerable degree. Thanks to the daily communication with the company you will become an competent Check Assist Manager. It seems important to add that the company pays all fees.

General requirements are as follows:
Your age is almost not limited: 21-65

Good communications abilities;

Be a competent PC user

You will work only 3-10 hours per week;

Our company appreciate integrity, amenability and swiftness in operations;

Willingness to work from home, take responsibility and achieve higher goals;

Any experience in customer service sphere is appreciated.

Take all the advantages of Cheque Assist Manager position, such as:

Increased free personal time;

Universal esteem and self-respect;

Financial sovereignty achieved in short terms;

Availability to work efficiently as a telecommuter, with a very flexible schedule

And above all your average income $750-$1500 per week.{LET: If you find the above agreeable with your character and personality, please visit our web-site

NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB

We will provide you with further detailed information ( web-site address, licenses,contract, etc.) , as well as answers to your questions.

Anonymous said...

Hello to all!

I received this yesterday and simply had to research it and found your blog. I am a stay at home mommy that is desperately trying to find something to do from home to make a few extra dollars. GOOBERS!!!



Our company have recently looked through your resume at Monster.com and we are would like to consider you for the position of Cheque Assist manager within our company.


We are need creative and capable persons to become successful members of our team. If you are looking for new experience, new accomplishments progresses in your career,and are willing to receive better income we are pleased to offer you work in our firm

We would like to inform you of a newly opened vacancy of Check Assist Manager at our Company for United States citizens. We are a company registered in Germany. Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.. In list below you will find position description and general requirements for the position. If you find these compatible with your temper and personality, and consider that you meet our requirements, we would be pleased to offer you a new career, competitive salary and opportunity to work at home.

Your task is :

The main goal of the Check Assist Manager is that to receive bank cheques to your checking account from buyers in timely manner, sending them to our company via bank Transfers, and solving meet the challenge associated with these tasks.
It is significant to add, that every transfer will be accompanied with detailed instructions. It helps to make the task easier to a considerable degree. Thanks to the daily communication with the company you will become an knowledgeable Check Assist Manager. It seems important to emphasize that the company pays all fees.

General requirements are as follows:


•Your age is almost not limited: 21-65

•Good communications abilities;

•Computer skills

•You will work only 3-10 hours per week;

•Our company hold in high respect honesty, responsibility and swiftness in operations;

•Aspiration for to work from home, take responsibility and achieve higher goals;

•Have an experience in consumer service industry (preferable)


This job will allow you to:

•Enlarge available personal time for your hobby or entertainments;

•Involve high self-respect and esteem, as well as win the respect of all;

•Get financial independence for less time than it's usually required and plan your time at your as one thinks best;

•Work efficiently from home, on flexible flextime




And above all your average income $650-$1350 per week. If you want to apply this position, please register here

NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB

We will provide you with further detailed information ( web-site address, licenses,contract, etc.) , as well as answers to your questions.


When I clicked on the "register here" link, it took me to an actual website where I could sign up, and even look at the different pages on the "company" website. Mine came from "Mamie Frederick" <compilerve98@gmail.com

I am glad that I took the time to research this before signing up. I was almost tempted!!

Anonymous said...

I received an email from:
"Alison Clayton"
for a company called "Austerlitz GMBH" located at Friedrichstr. 219, 10958 Berlin. I Googled the address and it is to the State Agency for Civil Affairs. I did one of these scams awhile back and turned all the information over to the FBI, who did nothing about it. It is amazing how real their websites look. Suggestion: take the check, deposit the check, but do not send out any money.

Anonymous said...

I got one too. Im mad as hell bc I feel that the job boards should do more to safe guard job applicants from scammers.

I can see how someone who is in a desperate situation might not realize its a scam. Particularly someone not very web savvy or someone naive.

Tina Ameser"
To: MY NAME WITHHELD

Dear (NAME WITHHELD),
Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Our Organization have tracked your resume from www.beyond.com web-site reviewed it and sure that you to be a ideal candidate for the position which we propose.
We are currently looking for a few qualified individuals for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The main duties of this job is to collect payments [ wire transfers and checks ] from our clients in US.
Every payment will be accompanied with detailed directions.
If you haven’t checking account We will help you to open a new one.

Average salary is $650-850$ per week.

General Requirements:

- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- Willingness to work from home
- US Citizenship
- Your age is almost not limited: 21-65
- Available 6-10 hour per week;
It is a part-time job which doesn't require leaving your main job


ALL FEES PAID BY US

Interested candidates please register here


BLAH BLAH BLAH. Delete!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I got one today from Carlton Connaly. Carlton wrote, "newly opened vacancy of Check Assist Manager at our Company for USA citizens". Out of Germany and he got my info off of Monster. I'm a farmer and never posted anything on Monster. But I did just by a domain name and the Greek all of the sudden I have been covered up with this kind of stuff, mostly Nigerian and Greek spam. I cant even read the Greek email?

Anonymous said...

Got an email today on this scam... Here is the web site address.... http://austerlitz-gmbh.com/index.php?about If you go to www.mrwebsite.com and paste that in the domain search engine, you will find under the Who is info that this website was just created on the 10th of this month! Also, I tried to email the person shown under Tech, Administration support, and it came back to me saying that the user dosen't have a yahoo account... pitekttt949@yahoo.com

So all these red flags spell someone wanting copies of peoples ID's

Anonymous said...

I just got the same email, but this one came from a different email address. Here's the contact details I was given from the scammer.

Austerlitz GMBH
Address : Friedrichstr. 219, 10958 Berlin
Phone : 030 902 692 095
Fax : 030 902 692 000

Also, here is the URL, in case you guys have a registery.

http://austerlitz-gmbh.com/index.php?contacts

Anonymous said...

Got the same one from "darren hughes" supposedly responding to my resume on beyond.com.

Anonymous said...

Just received one as well from joslyn millard (mhillaardjoslyn@hotmail.com)and when I clicked on the link, it took me to a site called Fruehauf GMBH. The domain name was a .tk domain and guess what? .tk domains do not reveal information about the owner of the domain. So I followed the information provided to report it as a scam to abuse@dot.tk
Guess we will see what they find out or if they can find out anything but I am a little taken aback by the fact that searching for anything on .tk domains is so hampered and that user information cannot be released. What the heck is up with that? WHOIS doesn't even offer .tk domains as a search option.
Guess that's why they are turning to using .tk domains now. Almost impossible for you to find out anything about the person behind the domain.
As an aside, you can tell these scams too by the poor use of English. Just small and basic errors but they are there nonetheless and if you read through what they send to you and it seems labored with wrong words used throughout, it is probably of the scam variety.

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

recieved the same mail...googled & came to know that its a scam ... thanks a lot for this wesite ... did whois on the site ... site is hosted in Ukraine ... saved in these hard times ... tried reporting abuse but could not.

Anonymous said...

How awful! I received the same email! Thanks for posting this!

Anonymous said...

I was offered a job as an "account manager" and even got a counterfeit check in the mail from one of them assholes and the worst part is that the FBI didnt even want to investigate it and said maybe the postmaster would look into it. They stole corproate identity, bank accounts and contact information from several (or many) companies and I contacted the companies involved and the one who's name is on the check and they verified that none of it was legitamate. Beware, even the most professional looking opportunities can turn out to be a scam.

Anonymous said...

I got an email from these people. I gave my name but not my checking information I am glad that I thought to look this up. I am so upset. These people prey on honest people who want to work and make money honestly and I hope something can be done to stop them.

Anonymous said...

I received the same email today for the Check Assistant Manager position. Knew right away a scam but my thing is how the hell did they get my real name? How are they doing that? Ive only submitted resumes on CareerBuilder to verifiable companies. I never submit to ads that are vague and generic. Does this mean they have my resume with my address and phone number as well or do they just have our names? Im always paranoid now Im pissed and afraid to use CareerBuilder now.

noon310 said...

LMAo wow i wasjust on the last page of sighning thanks guys!!!!

Anonymous said...

Like the others that posted here, I received the same email which said my resume was seen on Career Builder. I just will put it in the trash where it belongs, since I don't know where else to send it. I need a part time job to make money, not cost me.
Thanks

Don

Emma said...

Hello everybody, I just received an identical job offer from criseldaoquenda@hotmail.com with Subject line CC's monster.com Cover Letter‏ monster.com Cover Letter‏:
Dear CC,
Our Organization is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Company have found your resume in CareerBuilder jobseeker's database resume base reviewed it and believe that you to be a great candidate for the job which we have.
We are currently searching few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The main activity of this position is collecting payments [ wire transfers and cheques ] from our clients in United States.
Every payment will go with with detailed instructions.
If you haven’t bank account We will help you to open a new account.

Average profit is $600-$800 per week.
General Requirements:
- Ability to work at home
- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations
- US Citizenship
- Age: 21+
- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
It is a part-time job which doesn't require leaving your main job

ALL FEES PAID BY US
To apply please visit our web-site

buffyjoe said...

They are foolish

From: Seanna Laxton.
Dear ________,
Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies. We have found your resume in www.careerbuilder.com jobseeker's database resume base reviewed it and consider you to be a great candidate for this position which we have.
Our company are currently looking for a few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general task of this position is collecting payments [ ACH transfers and bank cheques ] from our clients in United States.
Every fund transfer will follow with detailed brief.
If you don’t have bank account We will help you to open a new account.

Average profit is $550-$750 per week.

Basic Requirements:

- Age: 21+
- Available 6-10 hour per week;
- Responsibility
- Ability to work at home
- US Citizenship
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
You may combine work in our company with your main job


NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB

Anonymous said...

Got the same email as those above, here's the address & name it came from: lafertyaracely99@hotmail.com from a supposed: Aracely Laferty.
Also, to those being jerks about people questioning whether or not these are scams and what the point is, WHY DON'T YOU GET WITH IT??? We are in rough times and people are looking for anyway to get an easy payment. Apparently you haven't had the wonderful pleasure of being unemployed for a good period of time, otherwise you wouldn't be so quick to judge. When you can't just run out there and get a normal job, you look for ways on the web to make money from home, especially stay at home moms. However, to those who do question this scam or don't know how to spot one right off, please do some research, just as you probably did in order to get to this site. Google names, email addresses and key words in the email, like "Check Assist Manager". Another way to spot it is that the email address won't match up with the name (although it did in mine). A lot of times it will be like this: John Smith, jacob.andrews@gmail.com or something. They say there are legitimate work at home jobs, but as a stay at home mom of 2, I have been searching for about 4 years and have yet to find one. Good luck with your search, but please be as careful as you possibly can. ALWAYS stay away from anything that includes you using your personal bank account for money to flow through (if it is a wire transfer, why can't they have the "client" wire it straight to their "office", where ever that may be?). That reminds me of a scam my husband & I almost got sucked into. We had some baseball cards, shoes and such on Craigslist for sale and a man in FL emailed saying that he was opening a new shop and would like to purchase all of our items. He said he would arrange a carrier to pick the items up and he mailed us a check and some money orders. I worried about it right away, but my husband wanted so much to believe it was true. I immediately searched any name involved with the ordeal and came up with about 10 different locations, all over the US. I told my husband that we would take the "check" and "money orders" to the bank and have them checked out. The president of the bank called about the check and it was a legitimate check, but out of a closed account. The money orders were real, but had already been cashed. Glad we did the research, but it could have easily gotten us into a lot of trouble. Make no mistake, not all scams are as obvious as this one. There are countries, such as Nigeria where they actually send their children (mostly boys) to school, not to learn History or Science, but to learn how to scam people. They take classes on this stuff, they are not all as dumb as you think. Some scams are easy to get taken by, if you don't do the proper research and checking into it first.

Anonymous said...

Dear (My NAME),
Our Organization is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Organization have reviewed your resume from www.careerbuilder.com web-site reviewed it and consider you to be a ideal candidate for this position which we suggest.
Our firm are currently looking for a few qualified individuals for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general work of this position is to collect payments [ ACH transfers and cheques ] from our customers in United States.
Every payment will go with with detailed brief.
If you don’t have bank account We will help you to open a new one.

Average earnings is $650-850$ per week.

Basic Requirements:

- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- Responsibility
- US Citizenship
- not less than 21 years old
- Willingness to work from home
You may combine work in our company with your main job


YOU DON”T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START WORK

If you want to apply this position please register here

http://dachsmeier-gmbh.com/?reg

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads-up.

I got the same from "Dorene Wanser"... it is filled with the same mechanical and spelling errors:

Our Organization is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Company have found your resume in www.careerbuilder.com database reviewed it and consider you to be a great applicant for the vacancy which we propose.
Our company are now looking for a few qualified individuals for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The main work of this position is receiving payments [ wire transfers and bank cheques ] from our customers in US.
Every money transfer will follow with detailed instructions.
If you dont have bank account We will help you to open a new account.

Average salary is $600-$800 per week.

Basic Requirements:

- not less than 21 years old
- Ability to work at home
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- US Citizenship
- Responsibility
It is a part-time job which doesn't require leaving your main job


YOU DONT NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START WORK

To apply please apply here - http://mitpueuzo.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

YEP...BLAH-BLAH-BLAH...Hosea Swetnam [westlakesshazel8@hotmail.com] ..People, if it seems too good to be true, know that it is..

Charles said...

Thanks for this, got a fakey today myself. Here's what it says.

From Enda Beckner (becknerenda8@hotmail.com):

Dear (MY NAME),

Our Organization is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Company has found your resume in www.careerbuilder.com web-site reviewed it and believe that you to be a great candidate for this job which we offer.
Our firm is now looking for a few qualified individuals for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The main duties of this position is receiving payments [ wire transfers and checks ] from our clients in the USA.
Every cheque will be accompanied by with detailed directions.

Your average salary is $600-$800 per week.

General Requirements: - Willingness to work from home
- Computer skills [MS Word], personal e-mail address
- US Citizenship
- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- not less than 21 years old
- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations

It is a part-time position which doesn't require you to leave your main job

ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US
If you want to join our company please fill this form.

The link goes to some site called: aestquhy@blogspot.com

I accidentally strayed into it but the next page, where it was a form asking for personal information tipped me off that something was wrong. So I do some research, see all the SCAM warnings, and then find this page. Thanks again for helping me out.

Anonymous said...

I got this email today, and it said the exact same thing. It was from an Althea Torres. I thought at first it was a scam but I clicked the linck anyways just to see what would happen, when I saw the "registration form" and saw that it asked for some information I did some look ups and found this page. Thank you! Cant career builder and the other sites used in the scam email do something to try to track these scammers? can't they at least try to contact the people named in the emails? I dont know maybe I am just not thinking hard enough. anyhow thank you for your blog.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately I don't think Career Builder really cares about the people that register and use their services. Sure a nicely written letter will garner an apology and information regarding how much they are concerned for security but tine and time again these fake job offers continue to creep into Career Builder's job database. Monster doesn't care either...I challenge you to email them and to find out how little concern they have for you as a job seeker.

Anonymous said...

I received the following:

Our Organization is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Organization has found your resume in CareerBuilder jobseeker's database reviewed it and believe that you to be a perfect applicant for the job which we have.
Our company is now looking for several qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general activity of this position is collecting payments [ bank transfers and bank checks ] from our customers in the United States.
Every fund transfer will go with with detailed directions.

Your average salary is $650-850$ per week.

General Requirements: - Available 6-10 hour per week;
- US Citizenship
- Age: 21+
- Computer skills [MS Word], personal e-mail address
- Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations
- Willingness to work from home

You may combine work in our company with your main job

ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US
To apply for this job please register here

Anonymous said...

I got this yesterday. I followed the link and it brought me to Cuno Baar's website. They are supposedly a German company. Pretty nice website too; it looked very official. Must be getting some money from somebody. Too bad.

Anonymous said...

I got a Cuno Baar email today. I remember reading about this scam a while back, so I knew not to fall for it. The email used my full name and everything. I'm registered with Career Builder and Monster.com and I hate to think that these scammers are trolling employment sites looking for desperate people. But I know there are going to be some who fall for this. It saddens me that lowlifes like this would take advantage of people, many of whom are in dire straits by being unemployed.

Tribology said...

Hey all, I have recieved this email from at least 5 different names and people. The problem comes as : a couple of these people have a fully operating decent website as well as contact details etc. These people have created a whole back story to make it believable. Secondly they dont ask for any of your details and show absolutely no interest in your personal information.
Of course it is a scam there is no such thing as easy money and I would be very careful in any such offers. It is interesting why the authorities are not taking any action against these people, after any such scam is in the best interest of the Banks who then get to charge us extortionate check bouncing fees etc. While the poor jobless like myself would get ripped off, the banks would get fatter. Perfect indeed.

Anyhow this scam seems to be on the same principle as the Nigerian million dollar transfer thing, except that they would ask for your details including the bank account details.
I was speaking to somebody and they asked me to speak to Attorney Generals office in California who must either know about this or if they dont if I make a complain they will look into it, and take action if possible. I am not sure if I can actually get through and they can assist but trying makes sense. I would suggest anybody else who have some time try as well.
If I am successful I would post the results here.

Many thanks for the blog owner, and others who have confirmed my fears.

Regards

Rehan
Vallejo, California

Tribology said...

Further to my previous post, here is one I got
Saunders Autocare ltd; as in the link http://www.saundersautocare.co.uk/

Please click and see the very believeable story these people have created.

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how these people work because i received one too with my full name. It is very tempting but sounds too good to be true. This is mine

Dear *********,

Our Company is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our Company has reviewed your resume from www.careerbuilder.com database reviewed it and think that you to be a perfect candidate for this vacancy which we have.
Our Organization is now looking for several qualified individuals for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general job of this position is to collect payments [ wire transfers and checks ] from our customers in the US.
Every check will be accompanied by with detailed instructions.

Your average earnings is $650-850$ per week.

Basic Requirements: - Available 6-10 hour per week;
- Ability to work at home
- Your age is almost not limited: 21-65
- Responsibility and independence
- Computer skills [MS Word], personal e-mail address
- US Citizenship

You may combine work in our company with your main job

NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB
If you are interested please visit our web-site

wrong English too

Lauren said...

Here is an email that I received:

Leanne Bairam voellervvlayne0@hotmail.com to

show details 3:09 AM (8 hours ago)

Dear Lauren xxxxxxxx,

Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses. Our firm has found your resume in CareerBuilder database reviewed it and find you to be a great applicant for this job which we have.
Our firm is currently looking for several qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The general activity of this position is collecting payments [ bank transfers and checks ] from our customers in the US.
Every transfer will be sent together with detailed directions.

Your average earnings is $650-850$ per week.

Basic Requirements: - Ability to work at home
- Age: 21+
- US Citizenship
- Responsibility and independence
- at least 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning/business hours;
- Computer skills [MS Word], personal e-mail address

You may combine work in our company with your main job

NO START-UP FEE
To apply please fill this form

http://vovaku.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Yes got one also! Now it is $600-$8,000 per week. Same stuff.

Unknown said...

I just got one of these Emails and figured by the poor English and suspicious-looking URL that it had to be a scam. Thank goodness for your website... now I know for sure.

Anonymous said...

i got one, is there anyway that we can scam them? do they send a check to your house? please let me know so i can see if i can work around this, if i have to give them my bank account info i wont do it. Has anyone actually gone through the process?

Anonymous said...

I got the same email, word for word... and I was so excited thinking my luck was about to change. That finally, instead of me having to painstakingly file applications and register site, after site, after site... (they all just cave into one another. Why?) Someone CAME TO ME instead of me GOING TO THEM.

I searched for what the hell a check assist manager actually is, and does... because why would you need someone to be a medium for your checks? (Then again... why does steam need to exist to be a locker for all your games? If steam goes down, you can't play your games, and if steam deletes your account, you're fucked.)

Well, like steam... now it makes more sense as a scam. The bad news is while these con-men will probably get caught and sentenced for it, valve won't. And that's if someone actually backtracks these scam artists and confronts them with law enforcement about it.

Either way, I thank God that the first result that came up was you, and copy/pasting what your email said, so I know it isn't just speculation. You saved me a lot of time, disappointment, and possibly getting screwed over big time. I should have known it was a trick, because who the hell writes checks anymore anyway?

But when you need a job badly, and you're being told you can make 500 to 750 a week, you tend to take leaps of faith. Bad idea. But at the same time... waiting too long doesn't breed results. The entire system sucks, and meanwhile anything at all that could help people maintain their jobs, breed new ones, or just help the unemployed, is socialism...

Well then we need a socialist regime.

Anonymous said...

i juss got this one :

Our firm is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies. Our Company have found your resume in Monster jobseeker's database resume base reviewed it and sure that you to be a great applicant for this job which we offer.
Our firm are currently looking for a few qualified persons for a vacant position "Check Assist Manager".

The main task of this position is receiving payments [ bank transfers and cheques ] from our clients in United States.
Every check will follow with detailed brief.
If you don’t have bank account We will help you to open a new account.

Average profit is $600-$800 per week.

General Requirements:

- Responsibility
- US Citizenship
- Ability to work at home
- Your age is almost not limited: 21-65
- Computer skills [MS Word] personal e-mail address
- Available 6-10 hour per week;
You may combine work in our company with your main job


ALL FEES PAID BY US

If you want to join our company please register here

what the hell man i was really excited too!!hahah oh well good thing i searched for the companny first then this page popped up ... tahnk you for blogging thiss it helped!!

btuckdesigns said...

I got this email below it is pretty bad I mean they didn't even try at all.


a rapidly growing organization is looking for a Check Assist Manager to hire. We have decided to contact you after viewing your resume online. It appears that you have met our basic requirements for initial consideration, and would be a right applicant to extend you an offer for our vacancy.

Essential Functions:


- Other routine duties as assigned

- Ensure daily job is completed as scheduled

- Provide outstanding customer service in a timely manner

- Ensure accurate reporting

- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form


This vacant position requires a self-motivation with strong attention to detail, strong work ethic, a positive attitude, interpersonal communication skills, ability to use PC and Internet and the ability to work independently.

General requirements:


- High School diploma is a must;

- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;

- US residency.

- Ability to check your email daily;


My goal is to spark your interest. I hope that you find the terms of this offer rational and alluring.

Please email me back, if you interest in this position.

Anonymous said...

Our rapidly growing firm is looking for a Check Assist Manager to hire. We found your resume in job seekers dayabase. It appears that you have met our general requirements for successful job, and would be a good candidate to extend you an offer for our opening.

Functions include, but not limited to:


- Ensure great customer service in a timely manner

- Ensure daily tasks are completed in time

- Following witten instructions

- Provide timely reporting

- Other routine duties may be required


This position requires a self-motivation with strong attention to detail, strong customer service, a responsibiliy, excellent verbal and written skills, good PC skills and the ability to perform your duties by yourself.

Compulsory requirements:


- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;

- US residency.

- Ability to check your email several times a day;

- High School diploma or GED equivalent;


My purpose is to arouse your interest. I trust that you find our proposition reasonable and alluring.

Please email me back, if you interest in this position.

Anonymous said...

Glad I looked, I got the same letter

Dear first name last name,
Our rapidly growing firm is seeking a Check Assist Manager to employ. We saw your CV online. It looks like you have met our obligatory requirements for successful job, and would be a good candidate to offer our vacancy. Essential Job Duties:

- Provide outstanding customer service and attention to detail
- Ensure timely reporting
- Ensure weekly job is completed in time
- Other routine functions may be required
- Following witten instructions
This position involves a high degree of accuracy, customer service mindset, a great “Can Do” attitude, interpersonal communication skills, good PC skills and the ability to perform your duties independently. Compulsory requirements:

- US citizeship.
- An opportunity to check your email daily;
- High School diploma or GED equivalent;
- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;
My purpose is to attract your interest. I hope that you find our proposition rational and challenging.
Please email me back, if you interest in this position.


I love how they can't even proof what they write...witten should be written, attention to detail and they miss a spelling error that made a red flag go up right away!!!

first one came from a mr. peterson peterson.logan.hr@gmail.com and the second one came from cilem derya unal cilemati07@hotmail.com

ed said...

im doing it ill let u know, how it works out lol!

Anonymous said...

Just got one of these from Amber.Ganinolkno@yahoo.com after applying for a job on career builder.

Anonymous said...

I just received one as well from Helene Voilesonqa

Dear Name,
a rapidly growing firm is looking for a Check Assist Manager to join their team. We have decided to contact you after viewing your resume online. It looks like you have met our obligatory requirements for successful job, and would be a good candidate to offer our final career position.

Essential Job Duties:


- Provide accurate reporting

- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form

- Provide strong customer service in a timely manner

- Other additional duties as assigned

- Ensure your job is completed as scheduled


This position requires a high degree of accuracy, strong work ethic, a positive attitude, excellent verbal and written skills, strong computer skills and the ability to work independently.

General requirements:


- Ability to check your email daily;

- US citizeship.

- High School diploma or GED equivalent;

- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;


My aim is to spark your interest. I hope that you find our proposition advisable and attractive.

Please email me back, if you interest in this position.


...
It is pretty sad that they prey on people who are out of work or just in the market for a job in general.

Anonymous said...

This scam never quits. You would think that they would at least change the wording or "job title" or something just to avoid easy searches. I got two "offers" in the last week.

Here are their email addresses:

Pam.Hendronxtiv@yahoo.com
Jacklyn.Testntne@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Dear John,


a rapidly growing company is looking for a Check Assist Manager to hire. We reviewed your resume online. It looks like you have met our main requirements for initial consideration, and would be a strong candidate to offer our vacant job.

Essential Job Duties:


- Other related functions as assigned

- Following witten instructions

- Provide accurate reporting

- Ensure daily tasks are completed in time

- Ensure excellent customer service in a timely manner


This position demands a self-motivation with strong attention to detail, strong work ethic, a positive attitude, excellent verbal and written skills, Internet and e-mail skills and the ability to perform your duties independently.

Compulsory requirements:


- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;

- US residency.

- High School diploma is a must;

- Ability to check your email daily;


My purpose is to attact your interest. I trust that you find the terms of this offer fair and alluring.

Please email me back, if you interest in this position.
from: Peggy_Osgoodofie@yahoo.com
Reply to: todimbylowcotaf@gmail.com

esthergrace said...

A new one from the briana dilda
dear xxxx xxxx
successful firm is seeking a Check Assist Manager to employ. We have decided to contact you after viewing your resume on careerbuilder.com. It appears that you have met our basic requirements for initial consideration, and would be a strong candidate to offer our opening.
Please email me back, if you interest in this position.
My purpose is to attact your interest. I trust that you find our offering rational and alluring.

" they sell "attack" wrong... idiot. if you get an email from these dont answer.. fake!

Briana.Mcdildabddr <Briana.Mcdildabddr@yahoo.com
mouanolberqeb@gmail.com,

Anonymous said...

Here is part of a similar communication I just got. I think its funny that they require internet and computer skills, but assume you are not going to get online and "check" into this scam.
============================

On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 7:49 PM, sonia12steprobinson wrote:
Hello!

Thank you for your interest in this position.

Please click here:
http://haymanbraun-gmbh.com/?reg
to apply for this position.

To get some more information about our company, you can visit our
official web-site:

http://haymanbraun-gmbh.com/

Before asking any question, please read our help page:
http://haymanbraun-gmbh.com/index.php?faq
----------
HR Department
Hayman Braun - GMBH

Anonymous said...

Got this today...
Dear xxxxxx xxxxx,
a successful organization is seeking a Check Assist Manager to join their team. We saw your CV on careerbuilder.com. It appears that you have met our general requirements for successful job, and would be a right applicant to extend you an offer for our vacant job. Functions include, but not limited to:

- Other related functions may be required
- Ensure your tasks are completed as scheduled
- Provide timely reporting
- Following witten instructions
- Ensure strong customer service and attention to detail
This position demands a ability to self-manage and be attentive to details, results orientation, a great “Can Do” attitude, good communication skills, strong computer skills and the ability to perform your duties by yourself. Compulsory requirements:

- Ability to check your email several times a day;
- US residency.
- High School diploma is a must;
- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;
My aim is to attact your interest. I hope that you find our offering advisable and alluring.
Please email me back, if you interest in this position.

Sent from June.Blackleyipvc@yahoo.comJune.Blackleyipvc@yahoo.com


Followed by
Hello! Thank you for your interest in this position.

Please click here:http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/?reg to apply for this position.
To get some more information about our company, you can visit ourofficial web-site: http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/

Before asking any question, please read our help page:http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/index.php?faq ----------HR DepartmentWaldo Neutra - GMBH

I went on the website and this just looked and stank like a scam..

This was sent from jennifer40fasttruesdale@gmail.com

Seeking60 said...

Hi everyone,

I received the same email as above individual, did the research on said company and became uneasy about this company. I sent an email back saying, "we are on to you". It is sad to say, many may apply to the email looking for employment, but will only get shafted.
Is there something we can do to stop this type of fraud?

Anonymous said...

I received the same email back so I asked them not to contact me anymore that I had forwarded it to my husband who is a police officer and he forwarded it to his contact with the FBI.

Good luck in job hunting to all and thanks for the heads up folks.

Ruth in California

Autumn Morales said...

This is the email I received initially, followed by the return email I received.

Dear RealFirstName RealLastName,
I just finished reading your online CV and I believe that you would be a good fit for either full time or part time positions with one of our clients.

Our Main requirements are:

- Ability to ensure accurate reporting.

- High School diploma or GED equivalent;
- US citizenship;
- An opportunity to check your email daily;
- Ability to manage time, prioritize multiple tasks;
- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;
This vacancy requires a ability to self-manage and be attentive to details, strong work ethic, a responsibiliy, interpersonal communication skills, Internet and e-mail skills and the ability to work independently.

Your earnings will be $650-850$ per week.

If you possess the above skills and experience required, please reply to these email

Hello!


Thank you for your interest in this position.


Please click here:
http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/?reg
to apply for this position.


To get some more information about our company, you can visit our
official web-site:


http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/

Before asking any question, please read our help page:
http://waldoneutra-gmbh.com/index.php?faq



----------
HR Department
Waldo Neutra - GMBH

Anonymous said...

At least they're changing their wording a little - lol! This came from Towanda Rivero (TowauvndaRtuikvero@hotmail.com) today:


Dear ____________,
I just finished reviewing your online resume and I believe that you would be a right applicant for either full time or part time positions with one of our cusmomers.

Our Job requirements are:

- An opportunity to check your email daily;
- US residency;
- High School diploma or GED equivalent;
- Ability to manage time, prioritize work;
- Willingness to work from home, take responsibility, set up and achieve goals;
- Ability to ensure accurate reporting.

This opening involves a high degree of accuracy, customer service mindset, a liabilyty, interpersonal communication skills, Internet and e-mail skills and the ability to work independently.

Your profit will be $650-850$ per week.

If you are the right candidate, please reply to these email


I recognized this as a scam right off. Bad spelling/grammar and a throw-away email account like hotmail are strong red flags, not to mention the too-good-to-be-true aspect of it.

No mention of exactly where they saw my resume, any job title, nor is there any link included. I assume I'd get that info if I replied. Which I aint gonna do, of course.

If I've read this blog correctly, it seems to always come from a different person and email address. They must have a few folks whose job is to just keep cranking out new hotmail or yahoo email addys.

Well, as much as I'd love to take a full time position with one of their "cusmomers", I don't think I'll be replying to "these email" anytime soon. (And what the heck is a "liabilyty", anyway? Could they have meant "liability"? And why would this opening involve that?? It's fun to watch them struggle with English. I see in the above comment/email, the "vacancy" requires "a responsibiliy". WTH??)

lisa said...

I just got an email for a check assist manager. My 1st check is on the way. I m on top of it now thanks to this article. I m not accepting check when it gets here.

John V said...

I just joined the "Business Workforce" group on linked in and that's where these @ssholes got my email! Same as everyone else...

Anonymous said...

This is what I received from "Bernice Cosentino." She says, "if you have the above skills...." There ARE no skills listed in this email, just job duties. Do these people think we are morons?!

Dear ___________,
a rapidly growing organization is looking for a Check Assist Manager to join our team.

The vacancy that we offer is a part-time position with no fixed working hours. You will spend at least 1-2 hours per day for performing your duties business hours.

Functions include, but not limited to:

- Following witten instructions
- Ensure accurate reporting
- Other related duties as assigned
- Ensure your tasks are completed as scheduled
- Provide outstanding customer service in a timely manner
Average salary is $550-$750 per week.

If you possess the above skills, please reply to this letter

Anonymous said...

From: ChrizastiSpaytltiding@hotmail.com

Dear X X,
a successful organization is looking for a Check Assist Manager to join our team.

The position we are offering is a part-time job with no fixed time-table. You will spend at least 1-2 hours per day for communication and other purposes business hours.

Essential Functions:

- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form
- Ensure excellent customer service and attention to detail
- Provide accurate reporting
- Other additional duties may be required
- Ensure weekly assignments are completed as scheduled
Average earnings is $550-$750 per week.

If you want to accept the offer, please reply to this letter

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the warning.
I just got the same type of e-mail, my e-mail was like this:

Dear _____________,
a rapidly growing company is looking for a Check Assist Manager to join their team.

The position we are offering is a part-time position with flexible hours. You will spend at least 1-2 hours per day for performing your duties mostly in the morning.

Essential Job Duties:

- Ensure timely reporting
- Other additional functions may be required
- Ensure excellent customer service and attention to detail
- Ensure your tasks are completed as scheduled
- Following witten instructions
Average salary is $550-$750 per week.

For immediate consideration, please reply to this letter

Anonymous said...

Hello Lashan madaris,
Our Organization is delighted to offer you a job as a "Check Assist Manager".
Obligatory requirements:

- US residency;
- Liability and ability to work independently
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- At least 21 years old;
Essential Job Duties:

- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form
- Providing accurate reporting
- Other routine duties as assigned
- Ensure great customer service and attention to detail
- Ensure your tasks are completed in time
We trust that your experience will be among our valuable assets.
Average salary is $550-$750 per week.

I was sent to checks for 2500.00 with instructions to wire the money to another location. The address on the Fed EX envelope didn't exist.

Anonymous said...

These idiots are still trying to pull this off.
Just received two emails this morning. Unemployed, beware...it's scary out there and none of the job sites are looking out for you.

Anonymous said...

Just recieved this today and I had to google this "law firm", "Margarett Woodson". Just so happen, I found this blog. Why are there people like this?



Hello xxxxxxxxx,
Our firm is pleased to offer you a job as a "Check Assist Manager".
Obliging requirements:

- Responsibility and strong communication skills
- Age: at least 21;
- US residency;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
Daily job responsibilities:

- Ensure great customer service in a timely manner
- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form
- Ensure daily job is completed in time
- Other routine duties may be required
- Ensure accurate reporting
We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.
Your income is $650-850$ per week.

If you meet our requirements, please reply to this letter.

Anonymous said...

I have just received this email. I know something is wrong since I haven't begun applying with specific companies.

Dear XXXXXXXXXX,
We are pleased to offer you a job as a "Check Assist Manager".
Bounden requirements:

- Customer Service Orientation and ability to work independently
- US residency;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- At least 21 years old;
Functions include, but not limited to:

- Providing strong customer service and attention to detail
- Ensure your tasks are completed in time
- Other additional functions as assigned
- Ensure timely reporting
- Following witten instructions
We believe that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.
Your income will be $600-$800 per week.

If you are interested, please reply to this letter.

Anonymous said...

This is the actual email I received from grace brown. wish it were real but I know otherwise.



Good day actual name,

While some companies are being hit by today's economy, we continue to expand. This is the right time to look at us. We are known not only in the USA but all over the world. Right now our HR specialists are looking for talented people to help build our organization. The aim of our company is to provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to outsource services locally, nationally and globally to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness.

There is no limit to the opportunities in our company - so there’s no limit to what you can achieve. Due to close cooperation with Beyond.com, we found that you are still in the market for either a professional or executive job. Your resume indicates that we may have openings that are appropriate to consider.

The description of Financial Services Officer position:
-On-line job which takes about 2-3 hours per day from Monday through Friday;
-permanent Internet access and e-mail availability;
-Free training while your probationary period will be given;
-Base salary is $2,300 per month during the Trial Period + 8% commission from each successfully handled payment. Total income is about $4,500 per month. After the first 30 days your base salary will be increased up to $3,000 a month.

Once the employment contract is signed, you'll be employed for an initial training period of one month. During this time, you'll receive all the necessary instructions and training from your supervisor. One week before the training period ends, your supervisor will be making his or her decision, regarding whether your performance has been satisfactory enough to offer full time employment.

Interested in learning more? I look forward to hearing from you. To schedule an interview or just to discuss further, please contact me via email to hr.dept.taylor@gmail.com with updated contact information.

Regards,

Grace Brown

Unknown said...

I received the same email as all of you just no business info and my profit was supposed to be between $500 to 750 per week. First of all, if an offer sounds to good to be true than it usually is. Second, I always try to Google information from unexpected job offers as they are usually scams. A real offer for a job would include business information and a contact with phone. And unless there was an inteview there is no talk about compensation. Being unemployed even for a long time is no excuse for falling for these scams. By the way: Only about 5% of work from home business is legit...

Anonymous said...

I just got one of these "job offers" today via email. The company name this time is "WotanKrier.gmbh." I checked the domain name and traced it back to bizcn.com, inc. -- a known internet scammer. And I agree with the "shame on you" comment of another responder. I've been out of work and looking for any type of work for a long time. There is nothing worse giving someone false hope.

Anonymous said...

I received the same email today...ISN'T THIS CALLED MONEY LAUNDERING??...HERE IS THE EMAIL..........Your customer has sent you a check for 4926. It is written out to you.
An envelope will be delivered to your address via first class of Regular mail, approximately on 10/10/2012.
Please, let me know, as soon as the check is delivered.

You need to cash the check and send the money via Western Union (Money in Minutes Service) to our customer:
First name: ANASTASIYA
Last name: KARPOVA
City : Saint-Petersburg
Country : Russia


The best ways for you to cash the check are:

1. Deposit the check into an ATM machine of your bank (preferred, because money will be available in 1-2 days or instantly)
2. At Wal*Mart
3. Ace check Express
4. Grocery store
5. At any check cashing or cash advance store
6. At the bank which issued it
7. Cash it at your bank

Please note, that if you transfer money within two business days after receiving the envelope, your commission will be higher.

So if you make the transfer within two business days:
Amount to be sent is 3941
The Western Union commission is 246
Your salary is 739


If you make the transfer later than that (beginning with the third business day):
Amount to be sent is 4286
The Western Union comission is 246
Your salary is 394



Please, deduct all additional fees (if any) from the amount to be sent.


Print out important information from this letter or carefully write it down on paper and check the spelling after filling in the Send Money form. And make sure that the receiver's name is spelled correctly on the Western Union receipt.

As soon as you send the money, please e-mail me the following transfer details:
1. Western Union MTCN (10-digit control number)
2. exact transfer amount
3. the sender's and receiver's names (as shown on the WU receipt)



Thank you,
Financial Manager,
Gerlinde Nussbaum,
Falco Neff - GMBH

Thomsen Family said...

I just received an email from "Emily Latour" (LoxatoyvurEmusily@hotmail.com)with the following:

a rapidly growing organization is seeking a Check Assist Manager to join our team.

The position that we offer is a part-time position with no fixed working hours. You will spend at least 1-2 hours every day for performing your duties business hours.

Daily job responsibilities:

- Other routine functions as assigned
- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form
- Ensure accurate reporting
- Ensure great customer service in a timely manner
- Ensure daily assignments are completed as scheduled
Average salary is $600-$800 per week.

To be considered for this position, please reply to this letter

Anonymous said...

Here is the new style of email going around that I received today.

Dear _______,
We are pleased to extend to you an offer for the position of a "Check Assist Manager". Now we are hiring in {city},{state}
Compulsory requirements:

- Responsibility and strong communication skills
- US residency;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- Age: 21+;
Functions include, but not limited to:

- Providing accurate reporting
- Other additional duties as assigned
- Carrying out instructions furnished in written form
- Ensure weekly job is completed as scheduled
- Providing strong customer service in a timely manner
We believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.
Your profit is $550-$750 per week.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this letter.

{city}, {state}. If you want me to take you seriously then fill in the entire form letter.

Anonymous said...

Hello Timothy,
Our organization is known as a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

At the moment we have an opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have thoughtfully reviewed your resume, that was found on CareerBuilder. We trust that your experience will be among our valuable assets.

Obligatory requirements:

- promptness in operations and communication skills.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- Age: 24+;
- US residency and permanent address;
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

Interested candidates, please reply to this letter

You'll get more detailed information about the offer after your reply.

Anonymous said...

Dear Timothy,

there is nothing illegal in cashing checks.
And nobody is breaking the law by sending money through Western Union.
So there is nothing to worry about.
Checks are sent by our clients, who are reliable US companies.

Sometimes it's difficult to cash the check right away because of the amount
or because it's an outer state check. In that case the best way to do
it is to deposit the check into a bank account at any bank and wait until it clears.

I'll try to explain why we work like this.
For example, Mr. Smith wants to pay for some services. Usually he pays
by check. But if he will send a check to our office in Germany (or to
any other country in Europe), it will take
about two weeks for the check to be delivered and about a month
more to clear. So, Mr. Smith sends the check to you (it usually takes 3-4
business days), you take your commission and then
transfer this money to us (or to another customer) through fast money transfer system.
I hope I answered your question.
Please, let me know if you are still interested.


Best regards,
Anke Gerstmann,
Financial Manager,
Kipp Fisch - GMBH mailto:anke@kippfisch-gmbh.com

Anonymous said...

Gee whiz even the scammers try to make the scam seem more legitimate. They still want you to deposit a fake check with invalid account details and wire money...quickly. it's still a scam!!

Anonymous said...

On the morning of December 6th, 2012, I to received a email for a check assist manager. I continued to receive these emails through out the day. It seems that since there are so many who have been contacted by these people that there should be something done about this. I am pretty sure that unlike us there have been some people that have, seriously, been effected by these emails

Mariela Benitez said...

I just received an email with the same basic format as all of you. ONly difference was that it required me to be a U.S. citizen?... I found this interesting because I recently became a citizen so I'm wondering if somehow they've phished my email account or other media...
I got an email from Berna Shoulders (shogoujuldersboferna@hotmail.com) and Niki Pearce (niki.pearce6477@gmail.com) replied to my reply. Their email addresses were the first red flag.

They also provided me with this website to learn more http://kippfisch-gmbh.com/
and this link to apply
http://kippfisch-gmbh.com/?reg

It looked legitimate but I recently dealt with a business that seemed legit and wasn't, so I decided to search this company and this was the third link option. Thank you all!

Anonymous said...

I also just received a familiar email with basically the same information you guys posted. Good thing I always google emails and companies before submitting any of my information.




Kim said...

I just received an email similar to this today. It was from Raffaello Matsumoto. Of course I Googled the job as I do whenever I'm contacted by someone who says they found my resume on a job board; I am especially suspicious when there is no information in the email about the company in question. Here's the text from the email:

Hello Kimberly,
Our company is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

Currently we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was posted online. I believe that your knowledge will be among our valuable assets.

General requirements:

- US citizeship and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- Age: 24+;
- honesty and ability to work independently.
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

Interested candidates, please reply to this message


Thank you.

Hopefully all our posts will warn others not to go for this hoax.

Anonymous said...

I got the same email but it asked me to reply if I was interested and it said thank you no contact info except this email address" Mag Chancler82bb@hotmail.com" but when I replied back it was sent to another email address" cam249pat@gmail.com".

Anonymous said...

I got as well such email and the first thing of my reaction was "Check Assist Manager" there is no such job title I thought.

Zeus Montesquieu
Jan 18 (2 days ago)

to me
Hello Sabine,
Our organization is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At the moment we have an opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have closely reviewed your resume, that was found online. I trust that your experience will be among our valuable assets.

Job requirements:

- At least 24 years old;
- initiativity and communication skills.
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- US residency and permanent address;
There are NO start up or training fees required..

If you possess the above skills and experience required , please reply to this letter


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Still going strong it seems. Just got this e-mail. Glad I found this blog first.

JaniceheseSaforgeant@hotmail.com>
7:29 AM (0 minutes ago)

Our company is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

Currently we have an open job of a "Check Assist Manager". I have carefully reviewed your resume, that was placed on CareerBuilder. I trust that your knowledge will be among our valuable assets.

Obligatory requirements:

- US residency and permanent address;
- Age: 24+;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- responsibility and communication skills.
NO START-UP FEE.

If you want to accept the offer, please reply to this letter


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

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Hello Richard Beyerlein,
Our firm is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Now we have a vacant position of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was placed on CareerBuilder. I trust that your knowledge will be among our valuable assets.

Obligatory requirements:

- US residency and permanent address;
- At least 24 years old;
- liability and communication skills.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to accept the offer, please reply to this message


Thank you.
_________________
Glad I found this blog when I searched check assist manager

Anonymous said...

This scam is still going strong.

Received today from "Jessika Ramirez"

Dear Stephanie Gridley,
Our organization is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

At present time we have a vacant position of a "Check Assist Manager". I have closely reviewed your CV, that was placed on CareerBuilder. We believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.

Obligatory requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- Age: 24+;
- responsibility and communication skills.
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to apply for this position, please reply to this letter


Thank you.

I too Googled check assist manager and found this site.

Anonymous said...

We also got this mail

On 9 January 2013 07:18, Fred R Micheal wrote:

Thanks for your response, We are an online recruiting company. We
recruit individuals for PART TIME JOBS such as a CERTIFIED PAYROLL
SPECIALIST. The work is simple in nature and comes with very flexible
hours. No experience is required.

We need people who want to work on a part time basis and earn extra
income. We require people who will be honest, trustworthy and able to
work from home, to handle the printing of letters, notes and checks
with the data of the people on our payroll list of the networks of
companies we work for.

Please note that we will handle the UPS, FedEx or DHL account label
which will be made for you to dispatch the letters, notes and checks
to various destinations. I need to know if you will be trustworthy
enough to entrust our company's vital information and signatory with
you.

EARNINGS:
You will be paid $1,200 monthly salary for a start, if you perform
very well and we are impressed, we will increase your salary to $1,500
as time goes on.

REQUIREMENTS:
* Computer system at home with daily Internet access.
* Printer & Scanner

If you fit the requirements above and would like to earn an income
from home, please Go and add us, my yahoo messenger Id is
fredjones000@yahoo.com ,so that i can tell you more about the job that
you will be doing for us. Must be at least 18 years of age to
participate. Happy New Year!

THANKS

Sent from my Verizon Blackberry

Anonymous said...

So wat happens if u don't send the chech ?

Anonymous said...

So how did it work out ? Ed

Anonymous said...

Our organization is a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.At present time we have an opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have carefully reviewed your CV, that was placed on careerbuilder.com. I believe that your knowledge will be among our valuable assets.General requirements: v
- Age: at least 24;- computer skills and e-mail address;- liability and communication skills.- US residency and permanent address;YOU DON'T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START.If you possess the above skills and experience required , please reply to this messageThank you.

KATRINA FROLICH said...

I've been so busy I thought it would be legit...I feel like a fool. I was sent a check. I sent the money. And now I have money in my account. Wtf do I do? I feel stupid! Usually I read up on any suspicious job offers but the past month I've been so sick and foggy that I actually did it. Any comfort and advice would be awesome

Anonymous said...

I just got the chk today so wat happend when you cashed it are u in any trouble email ma balimarez@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Katrina,

You should report this to the bank and the government (www.ic3.gov). This will help clarify your role and separate you from the criminals involved in this situation.

I received a similar e-mail today. I have a keen eye for scams so I figured I'd post it, but to my surprise so many others had already exposed this scam.

rk XXX said...

hi.
i have just receive an email and been wonder what is a checker assitant manager its a good thing i check it on google and i f this forum..
Dear rXXXXX,
Our firm is known as a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

Currently we have a vacant position of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your resume, that was found on careerbuilder.com. I trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- You should be of legal age 24+;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- initiativity and ability to work independently.
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you possess the above skills and experience required , please reply to this message


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Got this yesterday. Anyone else notice the missing N from "US citize_ship"? And would a real employer be allowed to discriminiate based on age 24?

Subject: Vacancy for *Name*
From:
Lani Storm
Date: Thu, Feb 21, 2013 11:35 am
To: <*email*>
Dear *Name*,
Our company is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At the moment we have a vacancy of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your resume, that was placed online. I believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.

Basic requirements:

- Age: at least 24;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- customer service orientation and ability to work independently.
NO START-UP FEE.

If you want to accept the offer, please reply to this message


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Did this about 5 years ago for shits. There's another site out there how to screw with scammers. Before I knew of the site I decided to take a go with this one. Signed up, got the check 3 months later. Went to my bank, curious individual I am there's a 3 day hold on it if I decided to cash it. Good for having a local smart bank! So I held onto the check. Got a threat letter than I'd be pursued by the FBI for fruad... wish I still had it. Pursued ay? For not even cashing it?

Anonymous said...

Willia Mcdowell
6:39 AM (0 minutes ago)

to me
Hello Josh Bovard,
Our company is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At present time we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have carefully reviewed your resume, that was found on careerbuilder.com. We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.

Job requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- responsibility and ability to work independently.
- At least 24 years old;
- US residency and permanent address;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this letter


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Willia Mcdowell
6:39 AM (0 minutes ago)

to me
Hello XXXXV XXXXXXXX,
Our company is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At present time we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have carefully reviewed your resume, that was found on careerbuilder.com. We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.

Job requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- responsibility and ability to work independently.
- At least 24 years old;
- US residency and permanent address;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this letter


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I got this today:

Dear Jitika Brahmbhatt,
Our company is known as a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At the moment we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was placed on CareerBuilder. I believe that your potential will have a great value for our team.

Obligatory requirements:

- Age: at least 24;
- liability and communication skills.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
YOU DON'T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START.

To be considered for this position, please reply to this message


Thank you.

I was like wow at the first moment but I never placed my CV on career builder and after looking at the senders email address "exElhyoisLukynd@hotmail.com" I quickly realized its a stupid scam.

Thanks to everyone here for these great inputs on stopping this scam. Stay safe!

Anonymous said...

Our firm is known as a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

Now we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have carefully reviewed your CV, that was placed on careerbuilder.com. I trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- US citizeship and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- You should be of legal age 24+;
- initiativity and ability to work independently.
YOU DON'T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START.

For immediate consideration, please reply to this message


Thank you.

They spelled "anything" wrong and "will have a great value for" is terrible grammar. No way this was legit, score one for me! Now to harass careerbuilder for it.

Anonymous said...

Just got one from Kymberly Cansler CaijnsyclerKycamberly@hotmail.com

"Dear *Name*,
Our organization is known as a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

At the moment we have an open job of a "Check Assist Manager". We have closely reviewed your CV, that was placed on CareerBuilder. We believe that your skills will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- computer skills and e-mail address;
- US residency and permanent address;
- Age: at least 24;
- promptness in operations and communication skills.
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

To be considered for this position, please reply to this letter


Thank you."

Anonymous said...

I responded that I would love to hear more about this opportunity, but will only meet in person to discuss such an important Job. I know that these cowards would never meet anyone, but I love to hear their responses. People like this need to be erased from the earth, it would be a better place. everyone gets theirs in the end.

Kay said...

I got an email just this morning,
I'm glad I checked up on it...




Dear ------,
Our company is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

At present time we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your resume, that was found on CareerBuilder. I trust that your skills will be among our valuable assets.

General requirements:

- US residency and permanent address;
- liability and communication skills.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- At least 24 years old;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you are interested, please reply to this message


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi! Guess it's my turn:
Got one yesterday from a "Jamie Acton" (I guess thats code for "Act On Impulse"). So I asked if they had a site for more information and received a response from "magameli80@gmail.com", directing me to http://dederikeich-gmbh.com/?reg These guys were even slick enough to post "Vacancies" on their website for an office manager and computer tech...might have fallen for it if I hadnt found this blog so THANKS ALL - Peace


On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 9:37 AM, Jaimee Acton wrote:
Dear xxxxxxxx
Our company is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At present time we have a vacant position of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your resume, that was found online. We trust that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- US citizeship and permanent address;
- You should be of legal age 24+;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- honesty and communication skills.
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you are interested, please reply to this letter


Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I too received this email scam today.

"Our organization is a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

At the moment we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was found on CareerBuilder. We trust that your potential will have a great value for our team.

Basic requirements:

- honesty and communication skills.
- At least 24 years old;
- US residency and permanent address;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this message


Thank you."

The email address has been spoofed it appears as being from "Cherryl Pate" from a hotmail address however, it links back to ystinovborys@gmail.com

I so wanted to reply and tell them unless they can give me a domain registration, contact information, and tax number, that it would be considered illegal, but decided against it. These folks never cease to find ways to scam others. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

This email was received today:

Our organization is a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

Now we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was posted on careerbuilder.com. We trust that your experience will have a great value for our team.

Basic requirements:

- responsibility and communication skills.
- At least 24 years old;
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- US residency and permanent address;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you meet our requirements, please reply to this message


Thank you.

--------------
The email header shows routing was from a blacklisted hotmail IP and had a reply to a gmail.com address.

The first line of the email body (Dear ...) used contact information entered at Careerbuilder.com. Then when the recipient changed the contact email at Careerbuilder.com, spam arrived to the new Careerbuilder.com-provided Contact email address with the same Careerbuilder-provided Contact name.

The pc has never had an indication of malware and was anti-virus scanned.

Anonymous said...

Just got the email. Read below.

Cristina Silvers CrdyiurstywinaSilvers@hotmail.com
5:05 AM (4 hours ago)
Hello,
Our company is known as a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

At the moment we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". We have closely reviewed your resume, that was found on careerbuilder.com. We believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.

Obligatory requirements:

- US citizeship and permanent address;
- Age: at least 24;
- liability and ability to work independently.
- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
YOU DON'T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START.

For immediate consideration, please reply to this message


Thank you.

Shiv Ramsamooj said...

Did not expect these job scams to be so prevalent.

Here is one that I did not recognize as a scam and responded to.
In hindsight, the employing company was never mentioned, and the mailed by addr was odd...


from: Miss Harrison
date: Sun, Mar 10, 2013 at 11:52 AM
subject: Sun. Mar.10, 2013, 1:02 PM - Will you join our team of professionals, Shiv Ramsamooj
mailed-by: gator1690.hostgator.com

Good day XXXX,

I'm a representative of our firm. We have pulled your resume from the thousands that are posted at career.com. This is the suitable time to look at our organization. Our company is hunting for talented citizens to help create our organization. After reading your resume, I am inclined to chatting with you about your career growth.

Concrete education or special experience is not needed! This work will allow you to have high payment and this job will not take more than 2-3 hours of your time each business day.

First step requirements:
-Citizen of USA;
-Be a competent PC user with Access to Internet 24/5;
-Minimum 2 hour availability Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm.
-Current Bank Account

Still in the market and our proposition has sparked your interest, please contact to: harrison.office.hrd@gmail.com. The HR department will contact you ASAP.

---------------------F O R M _________F O R M------------------
Full name:
Address:
Phone:
Preferred call time:
---------------------F O R M _________F O R M------------------

Thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon.

Regards,
Miss Harrison
HR department


Ten days later got a check scam email...


from: Tangela Samora
reply-to: gorbanezbogdan@gmail.com

date: Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 5:03 AM
subject: Vacancy for Shiv Ramsamooj
mailed-by: hotmail.com

Dear Shiv Ramsamooj,
Our firm is known as a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At the moment we have a vacancy of a "Check Assist Manager". We have carefully reviewed your CV, that was posted online. We believe that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.

Obligatory requirements:

- Age: 24+;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- liability and communication skills.
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

If you want to join our company, please reply to this letter


Thank you.


Hope this helps...

Anonymous said...

i seriously cant believe that this has been going on for this long, looking at the dates, this is like no small scam this is a serious problem, its very consistent and you would think the government would go and try and stop things like this from happening instead chasing make believe terrorists. im gonna email them my thoughts. BASTARDS!!
Good job to all of you, like me, who did their research when there instincts tell them somethins up

P J Gerl said...

After reading the comment from April 5, 2013 I knew I had to add my comment to this list.
Received email from Janene Phillips about a position available also as a Check Assist Manager. Here is my email:

Dear XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX,

Our firm is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small businesses.

Now we have an open job of a "Check Assist Manager". I have closely reviewed your resume, that was posted on careerbuilder.com. We believe that your experience will have a great value for our team.

Basic requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- promptness in operations and ability to work independently.
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- You should be of legal age 24+;
NO FEE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTERING THE JOB.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this email

Will not be ing doing anything with this other than putting into my spam folder.

Anonymous said...

I got the same thing this morning..Im glad i did google search before i did anything else..I emailed them back and said they are a bunch of bull. thank God for the internet.

This is the email i got and their website...

http://charleshaber-gmbh.com/index.php?faq


Our firm is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

At present time we have a vacant job of a "Check Assist Manager". We have carefully reviewed your CV, that was posted on CareerBuilder. I trust that your experience will be among our valuable assets.

Job requirements:

- At least 24 years old;
- US residency and permanent address;
- initiativity and ability to work independently.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
NO START-UP FEE.

If you want to apply for this position, please reply to this email

Anonymous said...

I just received an email from this same place.

Our organization is a payment processor with services made for international small businesses.

At the moment we have a vacant job of a "Check Assist Manager". We have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was posted on CareerBuilder. We trust that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.

Job requirements:

- computer with internet access and e-mail address;
- Age: 24+;
- US residency and permanent address;
- initiativity and communication skills.
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

If you want to join our team, please reply to this email


Then later:


Thank you for your interest in this position.


Please click here:
http://charleshaber-gmbh.com/?reg
to apply for this position.


To get some more information about our company, you can visit our official web-site:


http://charleshaber-gmbh.com/

Before asking any question, please read our help page:
http://charleshaber-gmbh.com/index.php?faq

Please people be careful with these. These people are taking advantage of those that are looking for work... Someone needs to stop them.

Anonymous said...

I received similar emails twice. I called my bank because the company wanted the international routing number of my bank. The rep from my bank told me to check out the site on a scam website and both the companies that sent me emails were on this list.
Being unemployed for awhile I was looking for work at home. If it wasn't for my bank I probably would be up a creek. It doesn't help to have people here criticize anyone for falling for these. They look really official and the websites all work. Times are really hard and finding a job is even harder. Desperate people will resort to desperate measures. It's just a shame that there are people out there that take advantage of others. I am the type of person that takes things at face value. I was raised to believe in people and that most people are honest and just. Technology has destroyed the world. If I could turn back time and return to the days of wine and roses, I would.

Krishu09 said...

Every one have 1st mail that they offer. But I am going to show you the final one which I just get it.


Dea

our customer has sent you a check for 3675. It is written out to you.
The check will be delivered to your address via first class of Regular mail, approximately on 04/10/2013.
Please, let me know as soon as you receive the check.

You will need to cash the check and send the money via Western Union (Money in Minutes Service) to our customer:
First name: GANNA
Last name: KASHPUR
City : Kiev
Country : Ukraine


Please, check with me before making the transfer, the receiver's name might have to be different.

The best ways for you to cash the check are:

1. Deposit the check into an ATM machine of your bank (preferred, because money will be available in 1-2 days or instantly)
2. At Wal*Mart
3. Ace check Express
4. Grocery store
5. At any check cashing or cash advance store
6. At the bank which issued it
7. Cash it at your bank

Please note, that if you transfer money within two business days after receiving the check, your commission will be higher.

So if you make the transfer within two business days:
Amount to be sent is 2940
The Western Union commission is 184
Your salary is 551


If you make the transfer later than that (beginning with the third business day):
Amount to be sent is 3197
The Western Union comission is 184
Your salary is 294



Deduct all additional fees (if any) from the amount to be sent.

Print out important information from this letter or carefully write it down on paper and check the spelling after filling in the Send Money form. And please make sure that the receiver's name is spelled correctly on the Western Union receipt.

As soon as you send the money, e-mail me following transfer details:
1. Western Union MTCN (10-digit control number)
2. exact transfer amount
3. sender's and receiver's names (as shown on the WU receipt)


Thank you,
Financial Manager,
Ingeborg Conzelmann,
Anselm Bing - GMBH

Anonymous said...

I just got an email saying the same..I have been posting but I haven't posted my resume in careerbuilder.com. I started to look because it felt like a stam
Hello
Our organization is known as a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

At the moment we have a vacancy of a "Check Assist Manager". I have closely reviewed your CV, that was placed on careerbuilder.com. I trust that your potential will have a great value for our team.

Obligatory requirements:

- US residency and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- promptness in operations and ability to work independently.
- Age: at least 24;
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

If you want to accept the offer, please reply to this email

Anonymous said...

Got this one today,

Due to successful cooperation with Beyond.com we managed to find your resume for the position we are filling. Our HR Department has looked through your resume and I'm glad to inform you that your skills meet our basic requirements.

Our company mainly deals with the outsourcing of accounting, legal and IT services to various companies all over the US and helps facilitate the delivery of those services internationally.

On average the working hours are 2-3 hours/day, Monday to Friday, but it’s possible to create a customized schedule that will work for both our company and you as our employee.

Job details:
- receive and process payments from our worldwide customers;
- part-time job (full time job can also be offered soon);
- working hours are 2-3 hours a day (Monday - Friday);
- Internet access and e-mail availability.

We appreciate the labor of our representatives and pay them properly. Base salary ($2300)is paid at the end of probationary period (Once employed on the regular basis, base salary ($3000) is paid on the last business day of the month) via wire transfer to your bank account. Plus you will receive 8% commission to cover any expense that you would have fulfilling the job.

We DO NOT require you to pay any start-up fees.

If you are interested, contact me with your updated information at loribayer65@gmail.com for more details. We will get back to you within 2 business days.

This letter confirms that your resume has been pulled from the many that are posted on the internet and your skills meet our basic requirements for the new position.

Thank You,

Miss Bayer

Eric said...

I just got a similar e-mail from "Suzuki Delma". Guess this scam is still out there, so BEWARE! I can't believe how low these scammers will go, praying on the unemployed that are desperate for a job.

Hello Eric XXXXXXXX,
Our firm is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

Currently we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have carefully reviewed your CV, that was found on careerbuilder.com. I believe that your knowledge will be among our valuable assets.

Basic requirements:

- computer skills and e-mail address;
- responsibility and ability to work independently.
- At least 30 years old;
- US residency and permanent address;
There are NO start up or training fees required..

For immediate consideration, please reply to this email

Anonymous said...

I just got this one today:
------ Original Message ------
From: "Sanabria Agnes"
To:
Sent: 5/23/2013 9:12:38 AM
Subject: , we offer you a job!
Hello ,
Our organization is known as a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At present time we have a vacancy of a "Check Assist Manager". We have closely reviewed your CV, that was found on CareerBuilder. We trust that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- US citizeship and permanent address;
- responsibility and ability to work independently.
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- At least 30 years old;
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

If you meet our requirements, please reply to this email

E.D. said...

Just an FYI, I received an "offer" this morning as well, the name on this one was Kyle Hansen.

The email address given was "Hansen Kyle "

Thought it might be worthwhile to ID the names these scammers are using.

Anonymous said...

I just received this one today from
Jedryka Baltsar


Hello __________,
Our firm is known as a payment processor with services made for international small companies.

At present time we have a job opening of a "Check Assist Manager". I have thoughtfully reviewed your CV, that was found on careerbuilder.com. I believe that your potential will be among our valuable assets.

Job requirements:

- You should be of legal age 30+;
- US citizeship and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
- promptness in operations and ability to work independently.
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

Anonymous said...

Just got this email today.

Hello -------,
Our company is a payment processor with services designed for international small companies.

Currently we have a vacant job of a "Check Assist Manager". I have closely reviewed your resume, that was placed online. We trust that your knowledge will have a great value for our team.

General requirements:

- At least 30 years old;
- promptness in operations and ability to work independently.
- US residency and permanent address;
- computer skills and e-mail address;
ALL FEES ARE PAID BY US.

If you want to join, please reply to this email.

Anonymous said...

Dear Br***** Scott, a successful firm is looking for employees who are wishing to join our company and grow professionally every day.

We are delighted to offer you our open position. The position I am writing about is that of Check Assist Manager. We have decided to write you after reviewing your resume on CareerBuilder. It appears that you have met our job requirements for initial consideration, and would be a right applicant to offer our vacancy.

Daily job responsibilities:

- Provide accurate reporting - Provide excellent customer service and attention to detail - Carrying out instructions - Other additional functions as assigned - Ensure daily assignments are completed in time This job requires a excellent attention to detail, results orientation, a responsibiliy, interpersonal communication skills, ability to use PC and Internet and the ability to work independently.

Compulsory requirements:

- Ability to work from home and take responsibility; - An opportunity to check your email several times a day; - High School diploma or GED equivalent; - US residency. YOU DON'T NEED TO PAY ANYTING TO START WORK

Your possible compensation package per month depends ONLY on your time input. Your beginning salary is $550-$750 per week.

My purpose is to attract your interest. I trust that you find the terms of this offer reasonable and rational.

Interested candidates, please answer to this message We believe you will make a significant contribution to the success of our company and look forward to welcoming you to our team.

Yours Faithfully, Human Resources

New Runner said...

My email came from
Amanda A Dugger
jubileesystemgroup@yandex.com
Another name to add to the scam list.

I'm just doing anything to make it easier for people to research.

Scam

Anonymous said...

I too received this email:

Dear Renee

We offer a part-time position as a Check Assist Manager.
Actually all you will need to do is to cash checks which will be sent to you by mail, take out your salary (which is the commission) and transfer the rest of the money from your local MoneyGram or Western Union office to clients whose names will be in instructions. Checks will be written out to your name. They will be mailed by our customers in the USA.

I'll send you a detailed instruction about check processing by e-mail after the check is mailed to you.
Checks are of different amount, usually from $2,000 to $3,000.
They are sent one at a time. Each next check is mailed after the previous task is completed.

If you are interested, please, confirm by e-mail that the address provided by you is indeed your correct and current address:
_____________________________
_____________________________
Also confirm that you are ready to complete the first task.

You will need the ability to:
1) cash USA bank checks,
2) transfer money via MoneyGram or Western Union.


Please, confirm by e-mail that you are ready to start if you are interested in the position.
The first check will be mailed to you ONLY after we receive your confirmation.

Best regards, Carin Zachariae, Financial Manager, Bruns Lamm - GMBH

Anonymous said...

Wowww. I'm super glad I found this site. Something told me to search harder. I got an email from Bruns Lamm-GMBH. From a Carin Zachariae also. They sent me a check for 3125 and I'm suppose to take out 469 for my commission and 169 western union fee then send the rest of the money to Kiev, Ukraine. Within two days of receiving the check. I got the check in my bank account as we speak because it's taking four days to clear. Which means tomorrow is suppose to be the day that I send the money out, but now that I've read all these scam blogs. I ain't sending shit over seas. I'm gone play these fuckers the same way they try to play me and everyone else out here struggling to find work. I'm so desperate for work right I fell for anything. I took a picture of the check also and there's a Texas address on there with a number so I called the number a few minutes ago and some lady came on speaking some other language sounds more like gibberish..SMDH at these low life scammers.

Anonymous said...

I got the exact same email from a Darius Jefferson

Anonymous said...

First Of All - A BIG THANK YOU...for starting this blog.
Subj: Starting work as Check Assist Manager in Friz Hartmann - GMBH
From: Vilda Klein, Financial Manager, Friz Hartmann - GMBH

So I checked out the address in Google Maps and found that this address exists in Germany.
Next I replied to the email:
"Please send me atleast FIVE references of Employees residing in USA who are already working on this.
This will validate if you are legitimate and will help confirm how your process works."

There was no response from them whatsoever.
This led me to google 'Check Assist Manager Friz Hartmann-GMBH' & was so so relieved to see your blog...and about this SCAM.
**** NOW WE ALL KNOW BETTER *****

Anonymous said...

How insulting!! Most of you got offered more money than me. Its hard to get a fair wage even if you are going to be ripped off! But thanks for the blog.

Anonymous said...





This was mine:

Zena Pollard Timchenko.Epifaniy@gmail.com via ip-72-167-51-112.ip.secureserver.net

Are you tired of looking for a job and ready to start earning money?
A vacant position is open now!

Our company has found your Curriculum Vitae on-line. It seems that you are a sutable applicant for a position of a "Check Assist Manager".

Compulsory requirements include following:

- 1-2 hours of free time per day for communication and other purposes mostly morning;
- US residency.
- Computer skills and e-mail address;
- Ability to work on your own and promptness in operations.
- Age: at least 21;
Hunger for Success is a MUST! Ideal candidate is accurate and self-motivated, has customer service mindset, a positive attitude, good communication skills, strong computer skills and the ability to perform the duties independently.

Job Duties include:

- Provide accurate reporting
- Other routine functions may be required
- Ensure weekly job is completed in time
- Ensure excellent customer service and attention to detail
- Following witten instructions
Your beginning wage is $650-$850 per week.

For more information and to apply, please reply to this message,e-mail
We believe that your experience will have a great value for our team.
Respectfully,
Hiring Coordinator