Email Fraud Alert – Secret Shopper Offer Scams and Fraudulent Schemes
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The information obtained is used to secure a credit card in your name, or draft a payment from your checking account. If you receive this email, please report it to your internet service provide and to your email hosting provider.
Subject: Announce job opening
From: [email protected]
Currently looking for someone who is friendly, organized, and detail oriented to
fill our part time *s-e-c-r-e-t- s-h-o-p-p-e-r* position.
You will pretend to be a regular customer. You will observe the designated business
and how they treat consumers. Then you will compile your findings into a written
report and submit it to your companies district headquarters via e-mail. They will
submit your findings to the companies management for further evaluation.
Be detailed oriented.
Know the local area well.
Equipment: No special equipment is required.
Start up: Zero
Pay: Paid $230 for your shopping & transportation.
All ages 17+
You can apply below or send you resume to get started!!!
Mailing Address :
Home Phone Cell Phone:
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