NEW YORK (OCN) — If your resume is on careerbuilder.com or a similar site, expect the following scam email into your inbox unless you decide to setup filters.
Dear Barack Obama,
After reviewing your resume found online we have decided to propose you a Payment Processing Agent vacancy.
My name is Jane Lane and I’m working for Magnet Group Inc.
Our company was founded in the USA and deals mainly with the IT services, providing companies with the most ideals employees and services.
Two to three hours a day in the leisure of your home performing your duties over the Internet is enough for this position.
Successful applicants are offered a probationary period (30 days). Every agent gets a training and online support. We evaluate the employees’ qualification one week prior to the end of their trial period at which point you will be offered a full time position with our company.
NOTE: During the trial period, termination can be recommended by the supervisor.
We are going to pay $2,300 per month during the probationary period + 8% commission from each payment handled successfully. Total income equals to about $4,500 per month. Also after the first 30 days your base salary will be increased up to $3,000 a month.
My goal is sparking your interest. In the present economy our position offers training, support and a pay scale comparable to entry level position requiring 40 hours per week. I hope you will explore, compare, and then contact us with your questions. Please complete a form below as a part of your return email.
(Send us the filled form with your updated contact information).
Country of residence:___________________
Preferred call time:_______________
We’ve found your resume at www.careerbuilder.com. This letter confirms that your resume has been duly processed and you meet our basic requirements for the Payment Processing Agent position.
Our representatives will reply within 48 hours.
Magnet Group Inc.