11 Mar


Subject Line: Job Offer !

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We are presently recruiting for the position of a Mystery Shopper for High Net worth Individuals (HNIs). The job is both part- and full-time. You must have a continuous and unlimited access to the Internet, correct speech and excellent writing skills. Kindly bear in mind, that contenders must be prepared to withstand pressure and cope with multi-tasking. You are also not required to have any special education. You can make up to $500 – $1000 bi-weekly.If you are interested in working with us please download and complete our free application form.

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Subject: Job Offer !
Career Builder

Each link below will take you to identical / similar email scams from fraudsters pretending to be Career Builder
Scam Warners
Experts Exchange

Career Builder <– this is the legitimate Career Builder website and they warn about the scam you see above. They have no affiliation with the scammers and are not responsible if you fall victim to the scams you receive. Clicking the link I’ve provided, they will tell you different ways you can project yourself from being deceived by phony online job opportunities.


Posted by on 03/11/2013 in Employment (Job) Scam


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2 responses to ““”

  1. KateR

    03/18/2013 at 13:27

    A few of us have been talking about lately on WoT (Web of Trust) because they have their contact form on a different domain and people were saying it was phishing. I did actually get a spoofed email from them for a work at home job but it seems that is legit in itself. So I found your article very interesting. I also came across this which you might find interesting (Shows both the real headers from CareerBuilder’s reply as well as the spoofed email headers (spoofed one at the bottom of the same post I am linking to here):

    • KateR

      03/18/2013 at 13:29

      Also am wondering what you think of businesses that use a different domain for contact such as

      (I decided to add this because it was the only way to mark “Notify me of follow-up comments via email” since I forgot to mark that in my original message above. Thanks)


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