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    TMifune is offline Junior Member
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    This one is pretty elaborate. Using Monster.com to take you to another site

    Dear xxxxxx!

    Great opportunity from
    US careercenter

    If you're interested in working for a large firm from your location, please read this letter.

    Please visit our website for more information:

    Career advice, interview questions, salary comparisons, and resume tips from Monster

    Your usual revenue can be $6000-$8000 per month,and it will take only two to three hours per day.The salary is paid every 20 business days.

    It's neither multi-level marketing nor a dealing opening, and doesn’t take any money out of your pocket to commence.

    Thank you, Personnel Manager

    The monster.com link shows this on my gmail account. *http://Monster.com/Income*<http://www.aelter-werden-online.de/brickgrahamarmedcampbel/>

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    Re: This one is pretty elaborate. Using Monster.com to take you to another site

    Are the scammers setting up some clueless slob to handle payments, as in getting checks that are bogus and running them through their personal accounts while supposedly keeping a percentage? If that is the case folks should know that no legitimate business needs you to handle money for them. Those deals are set-up to empty the account of the starry-eyed new "employee" who will soon find the check though it looked convincing is no good and that the money they just sent out is long gone.

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    Re: This one is pretty elaborate. Using Monster.com to take you to another site

    This is a great thread to get going on Job scams, and if you get any Classified scams. Assuming you have a bait account not using your real details, it would be nice to see what these folks are proposing you do for the massive payday they are offering. Be it car wrapping, mystery shopping, personal assistant, etc. it is useful to see what the latest hooks are.
    "It's virtually impossible to violate rules ... but it's impossible for a violation to go undetected, certainly not for a considerable period of time." Bernie Madoff
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