Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Here we go AGAIN with the BS "job offers" in my inbox.

Dear Applicant,


Never mind the fact that I never even heard of, never mind applied for anything from, these people.

Would you like to Work Online from home and get paid Weekly without leaving or affecting your present Job? [ALL-CAPS COMPANY NAME REMOVED]. We have a job opening for the position of Accounts receivable position in the USA. We have clients that we supply goods to weekly around the world. Our clients make payments for our supplies every week in form of not readily Cashable Outside the United States and some other state's in the Nation.


Only a person who hasn't the remotest clue what a real Accounts Receivable position entails would fall for this. Last time I checked, companies ship to customers in foreign countries every day, and receive payment from them without any difficulty. Banks take care of converting the foreign currency into its equivalent in domestic currency.

All you Need to do is to Receive payment from our clients . Get it Cashed at your Bank or any Financial institution who does such tasks, then Forward balance after deduction of percentage/pay to any of the offices you will be contacted to send payment to.(Payment is to forwarded either by Money Gram or Western Union Money Transfer).For example you've got 4000.00USD You take your income: 400.00 USD (10%) Send to us: 3600.00 USD


Like I said above, companies export goods and are paid in foreign currency every day. LEGIT companies don't need to involve their employees' bank accounts in the transaction, EVER.

What's going to happen is that the "payment" is going to be coming from stolen credit cards, fake checks, counterfeit money orders, or phony cashier's checks. It will LOOK legitimate enough that the payment will initially clear, so the employee sucker will send out the payment to their "employer" and keep the percentage. But eventually, the "payment" will be discovered to be fraudulent and will be backed out of the employee sucker's bank account. However, the employee sucker is still on the hook for the money they wire-transferred to the "employer". If this sends their bank account into the red and their credit rating into the dirt, that's too bad. The "employer" couldn't care less.

You'll have a lot of free time doing another job, you'll get good income and regular job.

Yeah, and you'll NEED that free time to take a second job, to make up for the financial deficit that this "job" will leave you in if you take it on.

The scumbag lowlife crooks who run these scams belong in jail.

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