Here's an email I received recently from a return email of email@example.com but doesn't tell me anything about this job opportunity.
But I know better of course...it's another job scam:
Let's read on:
Dear Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxx,
I am happy to welcome you on behalf of our entity. Thanks to collaboration with some job-seeking organizations in your area we now have your details which we are really interested in.
Due to a vivid and dynamic enlargement of our company we are now short of local representatives in your city. You can request more details about this opportunity if you want. Though so to clear things up I would like to accent that this job DOES NOT require you to pay for anything at your cost.
We appreciate: - honesty; - responsibility; - social skills; - communicative skills.
Regarding the wages, it will be delivered once a month: 3600 - 8300 dollars per month.
We offer you: - you get enough leisure time to live your life as we simply need you to be available a few hours a day; - it’s a good money exact amount to be defined before signing the agreement - we appreciate and respect our co-workers. We are happy to assist you with any query in case you need such help. The sked is very convenient. You’ll find out for yourself once you start. Your manager contacts you via e-mail and phone. In such messages and discussions you receive step-by-step instructions.
In case interested please provide us with details asked below so to make sure we have your name and other information correctly. - Country: - Your Name:
We appreciate your answer.
Such data should be e-mailed as a reply to this notice. Our supervisor will e-mail you detailed description about company and opportunity offered immediately as a reply to your confirmation letter. We appreciate your attention.
With Best regards
Human Resources FBR.firstname.lastname@example.org
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