The fake job offer fraud

The fake job offer fraud.
They promise a percentage, but you would lose money (and possibly your liberty).

These pages carry a sizeable list of the names and titles attached to some of the criminally motivated junk mail you may have received. You can search the site by clicking the Data Wales logo above, but if you do not find the name you are looking for please read the pages linked below. The criminals invent new identities every day but many of them use the techniques described here. Well done, you were right to be suspicious!!

This page: The fake job fraud, see also Internet fraud update , The money laundering fraud, Fraudsters haunting dating/matchmaking websites , The fake loan offer fraud and the bank accounts they use.

NB: Many victims seem to have been contacted by the scammers as a result of them putting up a CV at sites like Monster.com, Totaljobs.com and Careerbuilder.com. The criminals often use the titles of genuine companies in their scam mailings. Some will appear below, but of course these companies have no relationship with the scammers, they are just another category of victim.

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