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Joined: 23 Jun 2008
Location: In my basement
Sat Dec 27, 2008 2:42 pm
How do job scams work? Simple as that.
bill2 Baiting Guru
Joined: 10 Sep 2006
Location: Yeah who can tell me where I am?
Sat Dec 27, 2008 2:48 pm
Go over to scamwarners.com and read all about it
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Mugatu ** Retired **
Joined: 13 May 2007
Location: The star of India
Sat Dec 27, 2008 3:42 pm
The job offer scam is just a variation on the overpayment or fake cheque scam. This is the entry at scamwarners:
There are many variations on check scams and we have more information in our specific scams section. The most popular are overpayment for goods, investor scams, and the company agent or representative scam. If you have been asked by someone you don't know to cash a check, money order or traveller's check and send on the proceeds or goods, please act with extreme caution.
The basics are that the scammer asks the potential victim to receive payment (whether for goods being sold, investment, or from a "customer" of the scammer) and to forward all or part of the proceeds. The check/money order is fake, forged or stolen. The scammer hopes that the victim's bank will not realise initially, and will clear it. The victim sends money on, the bank later realises and debits the victim's account, and the victim has then lost the money sent on. The bank will almost certainly not be liable, and the victim may also find that their account is closed and/or that they are arrested or investigated by the police for money laundering.
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Mr Tambourine Man Baiting Guru
Joined: 06 Jun 2008
Location: Magic swirlin' ship
Sat Dec 27, 2008 5:19 pm
Sometimes, scammers claim to be recruiting staff and show a genuine website (often belonging to a well known hotel).
They then ask the victim to send money by WU to a fake agency for a visa, travel documents, etc.
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is always Good when you have the zeal to be a hitwoman when you out of school,it makes you bold and reall and it makes you more high than any other of your friend.
you dont have a phone.that makes makes you joe butt. Fuck you and go find something to do man. Stop disturbing me please.
This is definitely why you will remain and die in poverty, ignorant of good things and easy acknowledgment of bad things and words. Shame on you, you wicked generation children.
i went you to no that this is not a cheld pray. i went you to get back to me
we are not scammer,we hate scammer as you do.scammer make out life harder and harder,a lot of people think we are scammer,in fact,we are not!! please trustt us
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