Thursday, April 19, 2012

απάτες/scams από/from

Τελευταία λαμβάνω spam emails από διάφορες διευθύνσεις μεταξύ των οποίων και η δική μου!!! Όλες ανήκουν σε γνωστή εταιρία με παράρτημα ελληνικού domain. Τα email αυτά προσκαλούν σε έυρεση εργασίας. Φαίνεται ότι στην παρούσα οικονομική συγκυρία ορισμένοι επιχειρούν να ψαρέψουν θύματα που ψάχνουν για δουλειά. ΜΗΝ ΨΑΡΩΝΕΤΕ. Είναι καθίκια και απατεώνες.

τα email είναι της παρακάτω μορφής:

I would like to take this time to welcome you to our hiring process
and give you a brief synopsis of the position's benefits and requirements.

If you are taking a career break, are on a maternity leave,
recently retired or simply looking for some part-time job, this position is for you.

Occupation: Flexible schedule 2 to 8 hours per day. We can guarantee a minimum 20 hrs/week occupation
Salary: Starting salary is 2000 EUR per month plus commission, paid every month.
Business hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, MON-FRI, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM SAT or part time (Europe time).

Region: Europe.

Please note that there are no startup fees or deposits to start working for us.

To request an application form, schedule your interview and receive more information about this position
please reply to,with your personal identification number for this position IDNO: 4628

Οι διευθύνσεις στις οιποίες καλούμαστε να στείλουμε τα στοιχεία μας είναι:

Το domain που χρησιμοποιούν οι απατεώνες ομοιάζει με το επίσημο της ευρωπαϊκής ένωσης όμως όπως βλέπει κανείς, δεν είναι.


English Version.

Same post in english. Lately I've been receiving spam-scam emails regarding work placements asking me and other recipients to contact the above mentioned email addresses. These emails are obviously scams. They have been targeting greece audience knowing the high unemployment rates in Greece and the financial problems Greek people face every day. DO NOT CONTACT THEM. Do not give fall victims of such scams. I do not know what they want, but 99% of online scams I've seen regard payment for vaporware (in this case job placements) or fake payments in exchange of real goods. There are of course other scams, luring people into thinking they go abroad to work when in fact they are forced to work in the sex "industry" plaguing many countries with economic problems.

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