The "Amazon is Now Hiring in Your Local Area" Employment Scam

The "Amazon is Now Hiring in Your Local Area" Employment Scam

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Cybercriminals are collecting their potential victims' information via fake Amazon employment recruition text and email messages. The fake messages claim Amazon is employing and ask the recipients to go to a fake website where they are asked to fill out an application form. If the form is completed and submitted, the information will be sent to the cybercriminals, who will sell it to online scammers. The scammers will then use it to contact their potential victims and attempt to scam them.

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The "Amazon is Now Hiring in Your Local Area" Scam

Amazon is now hiring in your Local Area, if you wa...

Mon 11/5/2018 7:51 PM

From: 3024630910@vtext.com

Amazon is now hiring in your Local Area, if you want more details, view here: hxxp://amz-employment-agent.club?jdet=772867488535

The link in the fake Amazon SMS goes to the following website:

Amazon is Now Hiring in Your Local Area" Employment Scam

We are hiring now!

Amazing to see you want to join our team! We have Amazon Agent positions available, a job that you can do from the comfort of your home, no need to work in an office or quit your current job. No previous experience is needed. Below you can find your responsibilities and benefits for this position:

Benefits of working for Amazon

$5,800 salary / month + 5% commission from each processed payment

Brand new Toyota Corrola after the first month of probation

Full health insurance

Low working hours

Your responsibilities

Your duty as a financial agent will be to receive and process the payments coming from our clients via bank wire transfer. Paying invoices for the company

If you are interested, submit your application now, you will be contacted by our HR team within 24 hours

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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