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

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

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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.

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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  • January 5, 2016 at 1:15 PM by stormy44 from 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.

    remove

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