DO NOT get into SPAM emails about FAKE Package Manager positions with $85,000 income
A typical job scam making the rounds involves shipping or reshipping packages for companies that are just starting to break into the North American market. If a potential employer says a home-based position involves shipping and receiving, it’s fake. You’ll either give your information to a criminal or become an unwitting accessory to crime.
This is one of the newer scams appearing in the spam folder. Read that scam message below, you probably got one of those in your mailbox…
From: Alfreda Walton or any other name
Date: Friday, May 19, 2017 or any other date
Subject: Re: Your Name, New Job – Up to $85,000 + Bonus
Our company is happy to pitch this new great vacancy of “Package Manager”.
This position is designed exclusively for caretakers. If you are continuously at home from 9am through 5pm, this job is ideal for you.
You will have to work with parcels. You will have to receive parcels, repack them and send them to the end addressee. This job is very simple and it is ideally suited for coach-potatoes, aged and others who either work from home or are at home during daytime hours.
There will be no heavy packages. Most packages contain toys and clothes.
Enrollment requires no money. You will not have to spend any of your money making a living with us. All work-related expenses are on us.
To work for our company you will have to have a Internet ready computer, a cell phone and a printer to print necessary documents.
The amount of money you will be earning depends on the quantity of parcels you will be processing.
During the probationary period people working for us make up to $600/week.
If you are interested, please contact us via email.
P.S. To qualify, all you have to do is to remain from 9am to 5pm. You must meet this condition or, this job is not for you.