Job Offer 10% Get Back If Interested. (Scam, Scam, Scam)

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I woke up this morning and apparently I received a job offer in my email box. I thought to myself what a great way to start my birthday. But alas after reading the email it was obvious to me it was another work at home scam and some type of variation of payment processing, wire transfer and fake check scam.  Aren't there other ways these scammers can think of to rip us off? It amazes me how many times they repeat the same type of scam over and over again. Sadly it means it must be working and people are losing a lot of money. In either case don't let it happen to you. Continue to do your research or contact sites like ours and we'll be happy to check out a given offer.

In any, event I've listed the so called job offer below which is a total rip off and should be avoided!

Dear Sir/Madam,

A company, Delixi Consults based in People Republic of
China, is in need of representatives in Europe and North
America to represent its interests with some companies
that export products from China. The representatives will
act as a receiving payment agent and also placing order
for goods and products from customers. Your percentage
will be 10% for a start if you are interested and for more
information, please send the below requirement:

1. Name
2. Location
3. Age

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    Mrs. Luo Fang (PRO)
    Delixi Consult.

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    patty - November 11, 2007 Reply

    first thanks for this blog coz it is really helpful…
    yup, i also got a lot of these scam mails, same one as yours.
    the ones that plague me everyday are CONGRATULATIONS YOU WON UK LOTTERY… i just keep ignoring them and marking them as SPAM

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