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The "Job Pay" unsolicited email message below that appears to have been sent from and which claims the recipients can earn extra money by becoming an online mystery shopper, is just one of the many phishing email messages sent by cybercriminals or online scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information. Therefore, recipients of unsolicited email messages like the one below, which ask for personal information, are asked to delete them and not follow the instructions in them.

A Job Pay Spam Emails


job vacancies solutions -:-


18 Years Can speak local language well

No experience needed like shopping


You will be assigned to visit a shop

You will then FINISH an online question to share with us your customer experience


Most of the time you will only need to spend 20 Minutes on the visit.

You will get $450 for each assignment.

Reply this-email with the correct information below to Sign up;






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Thanks for registering in our service!

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Scammers steal personal information from potential victims using bogus emails like the one above. Once they are in possession of their potential victims' personal information, the scammers will contact them and attempt to scam them or sell their information to other scammers.

Victims of these scams usually blame their banks, utility companies, ISPs or even the government, claiming they sold their information to the highest bidder, when in fact they were the ones who unknowingly gave the scammers their information when they fell for their phishing scams.

This is why online users are asked to be careful of messages which ask for personal information, especially the ones that promise quick money with little or no work. Scammers use the promise of quick money and get rich schemes to help lure potential victims into their traps.

Many of the mystery shopping scams that we have come across usually send potential victims fraudulent checks (cheque) and ask them to deposit them. The scammers will then ask the potential victims to take their share of the money from the fraudulent checks and send the balance to them. But, the checks will bounce and the potential victims will be responsible for paying the cost for processing the checks and paying back the money they have sent to the scammers; they may even get arrested.

Persons who have received the same checks are asked not to deposit them and report them to the police, and those who have already done so are asked to contact their banks immediately and let them know that they may have been a victim of the online mystery shopper scam.

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  • June 29, 2022 at 3:33 AM by an anonymous user from: Eschborn, Hesse, Germany

    Hello, I have a Question about the Mediacombb E-Mail from a


    I came across your resume and found it impressive. I have an immediate opportunity with our company.

    Please let me know if you are available/interested so we can further discuss this position.

    You will have an opportunity to find a full description of the business of the company and a position offered as well.

    ^^^^Pay rate: With a fixed payout $20 per each package on a bi-weekly basis^^^^

    ^^^^Hours: Month flexible schedule, 10-12 hours per week, Trial period: 30 days ^^^^

    If you are not interested in looking at new opportunities at this time I fully understand.

    Thank you for your time and for consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Is that a Scam E-mail? Then I have searched a Job in America

  • November 17, 2021 at 9:33 PM by an anonymous user from: Davao del Sur, Davao City, Davao Region, Philippines

    HI recently I received this email. Is this scam?

    Please Answer. Thank you!

    We are considering you as the new Processing Operator for our company.

    ***Personal duties include processing clients' orders via mail, working together with administrators, arranging and preparing reports.***

    !Must be native English speaker.

    #We provide necessary training and pay salary and bonuses during the training period.#

    #Salary: $4800 per month#

    Get back to us with your name and US phone, so that we can get in touch as soon as possible

    United States phone number is required to apply for this job position!

    • June 3, 2022 at 10:59 AM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

      Did you ever get an answer if it was a scam? I recently received one somewhat like yours. Thank you.

    • January 11, 2022 at 1:51 PM by an anonymous user from: Edison, New Jersey, United States

      Hi, I have just received the exact same email ...

      Is that a scam?

      Thanks in advance ...

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