The Fake Job Offer Email

I just received a spam email that I just had to share with all of you. First off you have to know it’s spam based on the subject line. Then naturally I checked the source to see what email address this was coming from. A gmail account, yes it at lest has the company’s name in the first half of the email but come on folks, a gmail account?

Thirdly, and most importantly please look at the sign off. “Yours faithfully”, really? I’m sorry am I dating someone from 1873?  Heck I don’t even speak like that WITH my boyfriend.

Thought I would share this with all of you job hunters. You’ll get this a lot and it may seem pretty legit but ALWAYS check the email account and make sure it’s valid. Also just read critically into the wording, if anything seems fishy  it probably is. Sadly this is a fact of life when you have your resume posted in places online.  Just be aware and keep on chuggin’ folks, you’ll get there soon!

SUBJECT: Dear Whitney Oppenhuizen, Here is a Part time Job.

Dear  Whitney Oppenhuizen,

My name is Shannon McPherson. I am a Hiring manager and  represent NeoLine LLC Company.

NeoLine LLC , a leading factoring company between original art buyers and sellers, is currently seeking out new employees to join our team.

We are searching for part-time independent agents state-wide.
Here are the job requirements in brief:
Availability (online and on the phone) for 2-3 hours a day Mon-Fri
Confident PC user
24/7 Internet and e-mail access

To make you interested we offer:
–       Salary: Monthly gross starting salary of $2,300 – $4,500 (including base salary and percentage)
–       Free training
–       Benefits: Standard benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including health, dental, life and disability insurance

If you feel, you can meet our requirements, contact us with your updated contact information at hr.dep.neoline@gmail.com.

Yours faithfully,

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