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Fake and Malicious Work-From-Home Job Websites

The websites below which appear as work-from-home or online job recruiting websites are fakes and should be avoided at all cost. They were created by cyber-criminals to trick people into stealing their personal information, money, and recruiting reshipping or money mules, which they will use to launder money using Parcel Reshipping scams.
Fake and Malicious Work-From-Home Job Websites
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Fake and Malicious Work-From-Home Job Websites


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Fake and Malicious Work-From-Home Job Websites

The websites below which appear as work-from-home or online job recruiting websites are fakes and should be avoided at all cost. They were created by cyber-criminals to trick people into stealing their personal information, money, and recruiting reshipping or money mules, which they will use to launder money using Parcel Reshipping scams.

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Job seekers, beware of work-from-home job offers that claim that you can easily make money reshipping items or goods. Scammers are tricking persons, especially those desperately looking for jobs to earn extra money, into reshipping items or goods that they have bought with stolen cards.

The Fake and Malicious Websites

  • stemcellcounseling.net
  • bamfde.com
  • usajobid.com
  • mycareerau.com
  • trabajoses.com
  • itjobrapido.com
  • jobstreetmy.com
  • jobstreetus.com
  • myjobuk.com
  • europejobdays.com
  • myjobromania.com
  • profesiaczech.com
  • careersprocanada.com
  • subitoit.net
  • jobsiniteu.com
  • trabajospain.com
  • infopracapl.com

People who were tricked into receiving and reshipping goods (Parcel Reshipping Scam) may end up in jail or being fined for something that they are total unaware of. So, it is recommended that you learn more about the Parcel Reshipping or Money Mule scam by clicking on the link below.

For information about the Parcel Reshipping or Money Mule scam, please click here.

Remember to leave your question or comment, and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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