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The "Become A Target Shopper" Job Offer Scam

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The "Become A Target Shopper" Job Offer Scam

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Online users who have received the fake "Become A Target Shopper" email below are asked to delete it and not follow the instructions in it because it is a fake. The email is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick potential victims into sending them their information. Once the scammers have received the information, they will contact their potential victims and attempt to scam them.

The "Become A Target Shopper" Job Offer Scam

From: Target <parttime@target.com>

Date: October 16, 2018 at 10:27:01 AM PDT

To: Undisclosed recipients:;

Subject: Job Offer

Reply-To: Target <parttime@target.com>

Become A Target Shopper

We have an empty position in our customer reviewer team and we are looking for people to apply.

How it works :

Register and if you are selected, you will receive $100 for shopping at Target or affiliated stores.

Send us your feedback for your shopping experience.

Your review will make a difference for providing better services and products.

Secret Reviewers are selected randomly every week and if selected, they will be contacted via phone or email.

Click 'Sign Up' and then complete all of the required fields in order to register.

Benefits :

You will be paid with amounts between $200-400 per assignment.

You can shop any products you want at your designated store.

No experience, fees or interview are required.

Tips and training will be provided for free to our shoppers.

A secret reviewer career can be very exciting and for those who love to shop it's the perfect job that offers fun assignments and flexible schedules.

Your contribution will bring improvement in the services offered to our clients.

Sign Up Now

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The "Become A Target Shopper" Job Offer Scam