Position opening in your area 7

No company anywhere sends out random emails offering you large salaries and commission if they don’t even know who you are.

If you make the mistake of replying the scammer will make a fraudulent deposit into your bank account. ¬†They will ask you to deduct your “salary” and “commission” and then ask you to forward the balance to them. ¬†After you’ve done this, the original deposit will be withdrawn from your bank as fraudulent and you will be left out of pocket, with no way of getting back the money you sent to the scammer.

Clearly no-one has told this scammer that Kermit is a frog.

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 GBP 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 (UK time).

Region: United Kingdom.

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 Kermit@newengwork.com with your personal identification number for this position IDNO: 0952

7 thoughts on “Position opening in your area

  1. Reply Rangnath Jun 25,2012 9:16 am

    Just put a filter in place with the ‘newenge.com’ and they should get diverted into the trash or spam bin.

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  2. Reply Tom Jun 23,2012 10:04 pm

    To clarify, the filter should be set up to block ‘newengwork’ – or whatever text follows the @ symbol ‘please reply to kermit@newengwork.com

    For anyone controlling their own email, this can be done through your hosting admin area with capable by clicking ‘user level filtering’.

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  3. Reply Tom Jun 23,2012 10:00 pm

    Hi guys, I’ve been receiving emails like this for many months. They appear to be sent from my email address (but aren’t) and the easiest way is to ask your email host to set up a filter to look for the text following the @ in the body of the email – in this case you would filter ‘newengwork’. I have to do this every month as each month te spammer changes the email address within the email body.

    It only takes a minute to set up the filter and it effectively blocks all emails until the spammer changes the address. Haven’t found a way to stop them entirely, but at least this solution keeps your inbox clean for a decent amount of time.

    Tom

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  4. Reply Alex Jun 23,2012 6:00 pm

    Same story here. Started a few days ago and I am now receiving over 50 e-mails per day from these bastards, but worryingly they seem to originate from my own address! Question is: are they spamming others using my address? How to stop it?? I just contacted my IT guy with the hope that he can put a stop to it.

    Any comments from others appreciated.

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  5. Reply Sandy Jun 22,2012 8:18 pm

    I have been bombarded with these same emails over the past week; also showing me as the sender and recipient. My Yahoo email client has a spam filter and I am also marking each received e-mail as spam to no avail as I guess the Yahoo filters may baulk at spamming all emails that I appear to be sending to myself.

    Look forward to any ideas.

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  6. Reply Tim Jun 22,2012 12:21 pm

    I have been bombarded with these emails, like ten a day for the last three days showing me as the sender and recipient. Each time, instead of ‘Kermit’ there is adifferent name. How do I stop this. It is business email address but I am not savvy enough to make any setting alterations that may be necessary to reject them from my server. Help please!

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