Money Laundering Scam - "We Are Interested in Your CV"
Oct 6, 2014
The email message below: "We Are Interested in Your CV," is a money laundering scam. The scam was designed by scammers or cyber-criminals, to trick their potential victims into receiving bogus checks, direct bank transfers or some other form of money transfers to their bank accounts. Once the victims receive the payments, they are instructed to take a percentage as payment and send the rest to some fraudulent company via wire transfer.
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This is how the criminals behind this scam are able to transfer the proceeds from their criminal activities into cash. Now, sooner or later, the victims’ banks will determine that the checks or the direct bank transfers are counterfeit or fraudulent; the victims will either be arrested for accepting and processing stolen money, which may cause them thousands of dollars in legal fees, for something that they were unaware of, or they will be asked to pay the money back, along with all the charges incurred by the bank for the processing the fraudulent checks and money transfers.
The Money Laundering Scam: 'We Are Interested in Your CV'
Subject: we Are Interested in Your CV
We considered your CV to be very attractive and we thought the vacant position in our company could be interesting for you. Our firm specializes in consultation services in the matter of book-keeping and business administration.
We cooperate with different countries and currently we have many clients in Australia. Due to this fact, we need to increase the number of our destination representatives' regular staff.
In their duties will be included the document and payment control of our clients. Part-time and full-time employment are both currently important.
We offer a flat wage from $500 up to $3500 per month.
If you are interested in our offer, mail to us your answer on [email address removed] and we will send you an extensive information as soon as possible.
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