Work-From-Home Scam - "Melissa Johnson From... is a Regular Mum Who Lost Her Job"
Apr 18, 2015
Nov 2, 2013
The Work-From-Home email message below is a fake. The email message claims that Melissa Johnson a mother, lost her job last year and started working online, after she was unable to find a job. This is a scam and there are hundreds of other websites with the same message, which are all fraudulent.
Please continue reading below.
The Fake Work-from-Home Email Message
Melissa Johnson from is a regular mum who lost her job last year, and after an unsuccessful job hunt, she started working online. I interviewed her about her amazing story and she revealed her steps for success.
Go to Internet Money Path, and fill out the form to get instant activation.
Follow the instructions at Internet Money Path and set up your account. Then they will show you what to do. Everything gets tracked.
Deposit your earnings into your bank account! Enjoy Life!
These websites are associated with the bogus work-from-home jobs
This is how the websites look:
This scam is similar to other scams that we have reported on before. Here are a few of them:
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Do your research before registering with work-from-home websites. These scammers know that there are millions of persons seeking employment or looking for a quick way to get rich, so this is why they create these fraudulent websites to rob persons of their hard earned money.
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