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Work From Home Scam - "Google Inc. Has Three Positions Available - $75.00 (hour)"

2016-01-04T23:04:22 -  +
Work From Home Scam - "Google Inc. Has Three Positions Available - $75.00 (hour)"

The Google "Work-from-Home" email message below, which claims that the recipients are presented with job offers from Google with a starting salary of $75 an hour, is a scam. The email message is not associated with nor endorsed by Google. The links in the fake email message go to a bogus work-from-home website. Recipients of the fake email message are asked not respond to it or click on any of the link within it.

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The Fake Google Work From Home Email Message

From: "Ariana Gongora" <home@thoughsciencecomplete.com>

Date: 4 January 2016 19:22:11 GMT

Subject: Google Inc. has three positions available - $75.00 (hour)

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You are being presented with an offer to work with Google Inc.

Google Inc. Logo

Learn more about this position here

This is a limit ed time offer with only a few spots left open. Respond now to secure your spot

Position Summary

Starting paygrade: $75 - an hour

Hours: Set by you

Available Positions: Three (3)

Work from home. No-limits on vacation and no dress code required.

If we do not have a response by 7:00pm EST, this position will no longer be available to you.

Response Required.

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  • Posted: 2016-01-05T13:15:05 by stormy44 from or near: Memphis, Tennessee, United States

    I be getting these emails all the time and at times my phone would just reset itself for no apparently reason. I think my phone sometimes has been hacked or something. What can I do.

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