Recruitment Offer Scam By Apex Paperworks?

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Thank God It's Friday! But scammers don't take the weekend off. They're still at it again. I received the email listed below which is the same type of Payment Processor, Bookeeper work at home scams and Fake Check Scams that seems to be the favorites of dubious individuals. If you've read my blog enough you're able to spot these way before I announce them. But just in case you're new, please see the scam listed below so you know what to avoid.

From: [email protected] (Although in th email I received it was from a maine.edu domain and I'm certain the scammer just hacked into this unsuspecting person's email account to send the email. So I don't want to list that person's email address.)

Email Subject: RECRUITMENT OFFER..

Email Body:

HELLO,

APEX PAPERWORKS INC., needs a Representative in the United States and
canada ,Our company produces industrial and consumer packaging. The company
makes paper cores, cones, and tubes used by customers in the textile,paper,and
plastics industries.We have clients we supply weekly in the states. My clients
make payments for our supplies every week in form of money orders or cashiers
check which are not readily cashable outside the US or Canada,so we need
someone in the United States/Canada to work as our representative and assist us
in processing the payments from our clients and I will pay him/her a weekly
wage, by percentage.

All you need to do is receive this payment from our clients in the States or
Canada and get it cashed in your bank or a cashing center,then deduct your 10%
and forward the balance to the company via moneygram or western union money
transfer.

FIRST NAME…………………………
SURNAME………………
ADDRESS………………………………..
CITY……………………..
STATE………………………………….
ZIPCODE………………..
COUNTRY……………………………………
PHONE NUMBER (S)………………………….
GENDER…………………………………….
MARITAL STATUS………………….
AGE………………………………….
NATIONALITY……………

Kindly send the above required information to me via my email
{[email protected]} if only you are willing to work from home part-
time and get paid weekly by 10% commission of each transaction handled. Thus
Your information will be forwarded to our numerous clients in the states so as
to issue out payment.

Hoping to hear from you soon.
Regard

APEX PAPERWORKS INC.
LONDON,UNITED KINGDOM
{[email protected]}

No thanks! Sadly the company listed in the email may be legitimate and not actually behind the scam. But scammers are very smart nowadays and would probably list McDonald's in their scam job offers if they wanted to keep you from thinking it's a scam.
But the whole cashing a check for us thing is always a dead give away. Even the email address which is just a free yahoo account that any scammer can get and not an actual company email address tells me this is a scam. In any event, enjoy your weekend and try to avoid being ripped off or scammed by these frauds.

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