"Amazon LibertyX Recruiter" Phishing Scam

Amazon LibertyX Recruiter Phishing Scam

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Online users, beware of "Amazon LibertyX Recruiter" websites hosted by online scammers. The websites have been created to trick online users into believing they have been offered a job to work from home. But, this is not true, the websites are created to just to trick, steal the potential victims' personal information, and subsequently steal their money and financial information.

One of the websites that is hosting the scam is:

  • amz-libertyx.cc

The "Amazon LibertyX Recruiter" Phishing Scam

Amazon LibertyX Recruiter

We are very glad to see that you are interested in joining our team. We have a Recruiting Agent position available, a job that you can do from home, you don`t have to stay in a office, or quit a current job. No previous experience is needed. Below you can find your responsibilities and benefits for this position:


$7,800 salary / month

$100 bonus for each LibertyX user applied and brought into the company

Full health insurance

Low working hours


Your duty as a recruiter for the Amazon LibertyX project is to bring applicants. LibertyX is a service that allows our company to invest in Bitcoin. All you have to do is to find suitable people, to be able to download the LibertyX application and confirm the provided account.

In order to get more info, please click the button below and one of our agents will contact you as soon as possible.

Amazon LibertyX Recruiter :: Get a Job


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  • July 18, 2018 at 11:06 AM by an anonymous user from Miami, Florida, United States

    ah jeez! you mean that my $7,800 low hours is fake? if that don't start alarm bells to ring


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"Amazon LibertyX Recruiter" Phishing Scam