The Part Time Job Scam

Ooops, I meant, part time job.

Or did I?

I’m forever receiving these part time job offers –

Good day

I hope this message finds you in a great spirit.
First of all I’d like to congratulate you on this opportunity because our company just got your contact and your brief profile through an email listing affiliated with Google Jobs
I would be highly interested in offering you a flex-time job in which you could get an extra income nearly J4000 per month.

This work doesn’t affect your current career and this is a limited offer in which I would really require your immediate response.
I really hope to hear from you soon, since this is a job that can enable you to work part-time.
You will also stand the chances of being a part of our future and our team in which you will be highly respected.

Please fill out our appointment form, no money upfront, just your name and a phone number:

Your enquiry will be answered ASAP.


Thing is though, I don’t recall ever interacting with Google jobs in any way.

So what is this all about then?

My guess is it is another scheme for getting me to launder money via Western Union or similar and subsequently then get fleeced by a scammer.

Of course…. I may be wrong.

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