Three Stars Inc Owner Issue Threats – Alex Difrawi aka Alec Difrawi aka Alex Simon

Mr. Difrawi Business Practices on Display….Dates Backed to the 1990’s

fromAlexandersimon5@aol.com

tokkress@kress-law.com,
scamfraudalert@gmail.com

dateThu, Oct 22, 2009 at 11:00 AM

subjectRe: FW: I’ve Said It All – Thank Youmailed-byaol.com

ScamFraudAlert,

We have made you a reasonable offer to settle our disputes.  You have refused our offer as such we will as promised proceed in defending ourselves.
We believe you are an extortionist, blackmailer and an Internet terrorist.  We have hired a Law firm and a private investigator in California to monitor your activities.  We have spoken to your landlord and your neighbors.  We will continue to do the following:

  • Sue you in every jurisdiction which you damage the reputation of any of your companies.
  • Pursue criminal charges for your attempt to coerce an employee into giving you confidential information about our company.
  • Sue any web provider, host , or message board which refuses to remove your website.
  • Investigate Premier Financial
  • Report any findings to law enforcement
  • Provide free legal services to anyone that wishes to file suit against you or any of your entities

Alex

  1. Mr. Difrawi prior business practices – Proffer
  2. Mr. Difrawi prior business practices – Domonion Enterprises
  3. Note: Ed Magedson of Ripoffreport and Les Henderson were both called
    extortionist, blackmailer and an Internet terrorist
  4. Also see the So Called Bad Business Report on Ed

ripoffreport

threat

Remove Postings

Letter 2008

Alec Difrawi’s Gravatar: As the owner of this company, along with it’s predecessor Internet Solutions Corporation, I can assure you that I have never been arrested for any crime, never served time in Federal prison for fraud related offenses and never sued anyone for saying bad things about me or my company.

Apart from Tabatha Marshall, scamFRAUDalert, Les Henderson, Frank Torelli and a host of others, that is.

ColdFusion is the backbone of my empire of internet advertising based on the pretense that my companies offer jobs to people. I can’t very well help it if people don’t want to drink the Kool-Aid and eat the Spam sandwiches at my company parties.

NowPublic

cardservicecareers

Ed & Les

More Domains Being Used By Mr. Difrawi

  1. http://allcriminaljusticecareers.com/
  2. http://allcriminaljusticecareers.lecero.com/
  3. http://americancareerguide.com/
  4. http://apexilo.com/
  5. http://beautycareernetwork.com/
  6. http://canadacareersource.com/
  7. http://careercentercanada.com/
  8. http://careercentrecanada.com/
  9. http://careerchoicenetwork.com/
  10. http://careergate.com/
  11. http://careerhvac.com/
  12. http://careerhvac.lecero.com/
  13. http://careerspeed.com/
  14. http://client.drivercareers.com/
  15. http://collegeboundcanada.com/
  16. http://collegedatabase.us/
  17. http://collegedatabasecanada.com/
  18. http://collegeguidecanada.com/
  19. http://collegematchcanada.com/
  20. http://collegeoverview.com/
  21. http://collegeoverview.net/
  22. http://collegeoverviewcanada.com/
  23. http://computercareersonline.com/
  24. http://courtcareers.com/
  25. http://courtcareers.lecero.com/
  26. http://degreesforsoldiers.com/
  27. http://degreesfortruckers.com/
  28. http://dentalassistantcareers.net/
  29. http://drivercareers.com/
  30. http://employerdynamics.com/
  31. http://enderlabs.com/
  32. http://equalcredit.org/
  33. http://eventboardapp.com/
  34. http://getmedicaleducation.com/
  35. http://getretrained.com/
  36. http://gourmetcareers.com/
  37. http://gradschoolnetwork.com/
  38. http://healthcare-career-guide.com/
  39. http://healthcareerchoices.com/
  40. http://healthcareerchoices.lecero.com/
  41. http://hireintelligence.info/
  42. http://hireintelligenceonline.com/
  43. http://lecero.com/
  44. http://legalcareerfinder.com/
  45. http://livesaltlake.com/
  46. http://medicalcareersdirect.com/
  47. http://medicalcareersonline.com/
  48. http://medicalcareersonline.lecero.com/
  49. http://myjusticecareer.com/
  50. http://nationalcareersonline.com/
  51. http://neutroninteractive.com/
  52. http://neutronstats.com/
  53. http://officesupportrecruit.com/
  54. http://online.collegeoverview.com/
  55. http://pixelbombers.com/
  56. http://pleasefixthisapple.com/
  57. http://rcmediapartners.com/
  58. http://recruiterlogix.net/
  59. http://recruitron.com/
  60. http://recrutingdynamics.com/
  61. http://regionalhealthcarerecruit.com/
  62. http://rekroot.net/
  63. http://rockstarmarketing.com/
  64. http://scbcareers.com/
  65. http://schools.collegeoverview.net/
  66. http://skilledlaborcareers.com/
  67. http://skilledlaborcareers.lecero.com/
  68. http://splinterview.com/
  69. http://talentbase.us/
  70. http://tradeskilljobs.com/
  71. http://truckingpays.com/
  72. http://unitedcareerservices.com/
  73. http://unitedcareerservices.lecero.com/
  74. http://us-careerservices.com/
  75. http://usmedicalassistant.com/
  76. http://usmedicalbiller.com/
  77. http://warehouserecruit.com/
  78. http://warehouserecruiter.com/
  79. http://workforceresources.com/
  80. http://workforneutron.com/
  81. http://www.allcriminaljusticecareers.com/
  82. http://www.americancareerguide.com/
  83. http://www.apexilo.com/
  84. http://www.beautycareernetwork.com/
  85. http://www.canadacareersource.com/
  86. http://www.canditrack.net/
  87. http://www.canditracker.com/
  88. http://www.careercentercanada.com/
  89. http://www.careercentrecanada.com/
  90. http://www.careerchoicenetwork.com/
  91. http://www.careergate.com/
  92. http://www.careerhvac.com/
  93. http://www.careerspeed.com/
  94. http://www.collegeboundcanada.com/
  95. http://www.collegedatabase.us/
  96. http://www.collegedatabasecanada.com/
  97. http://www.collegeguidecanada.com/
  98. http://www.collegematchcanada.com/
  99. http://www.collegeoverview.com/
  100. http://www.collegeoverview.net/
  101. http://www.collegeoverviewcanada.com/
  102. http://www.computercareersonline.com/
  103. http://www.courtcareers.com/
  104. http://www.creativedesigncareers.com/
  105. http://www.degreesforsoldiers.com/
  106. http://www.degreesfortruckers.com/
  107. http://www.dentalassistantcareers.net/
  108. http://www.drivercareers.com/
  109. http://www.employerdynamics.com/
  110. http://www.enderlabs.com/
  111. http://www.equalcredit.org/
  112. http://www.eventboardapp.com/
  113. http://www.getmedicaleducation.com/
  114. http://www.getretrained.com/
  115. http://www.gourmetcareers.com/
  116. http://www.gradschoolnetwork.com/
  117. http://www.healthcare-career-guide.com/
  118. http://www.healthcareerchoices.com/
  119. http://www.hireintelligence.info/
  120. http://www.hireintelligenceonline.com/
  121. http://www.lecero.com/
  122. http://www.legalcareerfinder.com/
  123. http://www.livesaltlake.com/
  124. http://www.medicalcareersdirect.com/
  125. http://www.medicalcareersonline.com/
  126. http://www.myjusticecareer.com/
  127. http://www.nationalcareersonline.com/
  128. http://www.neutroninteractive.com/
  129. http://www.neutronstats.com/
  130. http://www.officesupportrecruit.com/
  131. http://www.rcmediapartners.com/
  132. http://www.recruiterlogix.net/
  133. http://www.recruitron.com/
  134. http://www.recrutingdynamics.com/
  135. http://www.regionalhealthcarerecruit.com/
  136. http://www.rekroot.net/
  137. http://www.rockyourgame.com/
  138. http://www.scbcareers.com/
  139. http://www.skilledlaborcareers.com/
  140. http://www.splinterview.com/
  141. http://www.talentbase.us/
  142. http://www.tradeskilljobs.com/
  143. http://www.truckingpays.com/
  144. http://www.unitedcareerservices.com/
  145. http://www.us-careerservices.com/
  146. http://www.usmedicalassistant.com/
  147. http://www.usmedicalbiller.com/
  148. http://www.warehouserecruit.com/
  149. http://www.warehouserecruiter.com/
  150. http://www.workforneutron.com

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  4.   http://internetcocareers.com/
  5.   http://internetcojobs.com/
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  9.   http://www.internet-company-jobs.com/
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9 thoughts on “Three Stars Inc Owner Issue Threats – Alex Difrawi aka Alec Difrawi aka Alex Simon

  1. Guy Smiley says:

    SFA, you guys rock. Don’t stop, ever! You have a RIGHT to free speech and using SLAPP suits and maliciously threatening language will just land them in hot water. Not to mention, you COULD file a complaint with the Bar Association on the law firm threatening you.

    You have a right to speak or write ANYTHING you wish. The legal issues come after that. No-one is permitted by law, to interfere with your right to speak your mind, even if what you say is libelous. They can sue you for libel, but not for speaking your mind.

    Call their bluff and fight them. It’s worth it, and you’re not alone. YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

    Guy Smiley

  2. Scrub says:

    Cardservice International http://www.csicareersite.com SPAM EXAMPLE
    see also http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=7347 (http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=7347)
    Do post your comments there.

    X-Apparently-To: xxxxx via 66.163.179.84; Thu, 17 Nov
    2005 xxxxxx -0800
    X-Originating-IP: [66.45.6.140]
    Return-Path: <root@bounce.bronto.com>
    Authentication-Results: mta265.mail.mud.yahoo.com
    from=csicareersite.com; domainkeys=neutral (no sig)
    Received: from 66.45.6.140 (EHLO tricera.bronto.com)
    (66.45.6.140) by mta265.mail.mud.yahoo.com with SMTP;
    Thu, 17 Nov 2005 15:52:31 -0800
    Received: from localhost (tricera [127.0.0.1]) by
    tricera.bronto.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id xxxxxxxx
    for <xxxxxxxxx>; Thu, 17 Nov 2005 18:52:32 -0500 (EST)
    To: xxxxxxxxx
    Subject: Regarding your online resume
    From: “careers@csicareersite.com”
    <careers@csicareersite.com> Add to Address BookAdd to
    Address Book Add Mobile Alert
    Reply-to: “careers@csicareersite.com”
    <careers@csicareersite.com>
    Content-Type: text/html
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT
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    Message-Id: <xxxxxxxxx@tricera.bronto.com>
    Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2005 18:52:32 -0500 (EST)
    Content-Length: 2084

    Hello,
    After recently viewing your resume online, I feel you may be a perfect fit for a position that we are seeking to fill. My company is CardService International. CardService International is a 17-year debt free corporation. Between CardService
    International and our parent company, First Data Corporation, we are the largest provider of electronic payment services and products in the world. Last year,
    CardService International processed more than 125 million transactions and over $12 billion dollars in the United States.
    Some of our accounts include AT&T, Johns Hopkins University, Le Petit Academy, Papa John’s Pizza, GTE, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Anthony Robbins, The Tiger Woods Foundation, and The Bank of New York.

    We are seeking to fill an Administrative position in your area. This is not a sales position; it is simply working with our marketing department to gather and
    process information about prospective CardService customers. We are offering the following:

    An above average $60,000 – $80,000 annual income based on location and performance
    Insurance Benefits
    Comprehensive Training
    Outstanding Advancement and Growth Potential

    This position is available immediately and as I mentioned earlier, I feel you may be a good fit based on your online resume. If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity further please fill out the online application on our site (link below) and I will contact you with more details. Click here to apply

    [http://csicareersite.com/inquiry_ag…c050269d-90911]

    Sincerely,
    Rick Steinberg
    CardService International

    I applied to the company yesterday and today I recieved this:

    Our records indicate that on 12/14/2005 you applied for a position with Cardservice Virginia. I have reviewed your application and determined that you meet all the qualifications for the position you have applied for. Therefore, I am forwarding your application to the department head for final review.

    We will need some final information from you to further review and process your application. Please return to the Web site at (www.csvcareersite.com (javascript dl’http://206.225.93.191/cmanager_cardVA.aspx?id%3dcardserviceVA_1%26email% 3donlylady81@msn.com‘,1;)). I have issued you the following username and a password:

    After logging in, you will be asked some questions about your availability and preferences. Once you have completed these questions your application will be forwarded for final review.

    We will contact you when we receive your application. Thank you for applying at Cardservice Virginia.

  3. Scrub says:

    wahmommy2003
    12-14-2005, 06:26 PM

    OH my guys csicareersite is a SCAM.It is an exact duplicate copy of the real company’s site cardservices.com except the contact information is different.I tried calling and calling the phone number on the csicareersite.com and busy busy busy.

    http://www.klaasdevriesjr.nl/productions/images/banner_klaas.gif (http://www.klaasdevriesjr.nl/)

    Cardservice International http://www.csicareersite.com (http://www.csicareersite.com/) – whois (http://www.whois.sc/csicareersite.com)

    http://www.cardservicenow.com http://www.cardservicenow.com – whois http://www.whois.sc/cardservicenow.com

    Beware! Do NOT provide any personal data! The offered jobs or business opportunities DO NOT EXIST.

    Your deceptively & illegally obtained personal data no doubt will be abused for fraud.

    If you HAVE given personal data to these people be very, very careful about any kind of job or financial offers you receive.

    Text content and webdesign of http://www.csicareersite.com are stolen from http://www.cardservice.com (http://www.cardservice.com/%20) of real legit company Cardservice International Inc. from California.

    This fake Cardservice International is run by a fraud team operating a ‘phishing for leads’ scam. Gang leader is the Lou Pearlman aide and compulsive frauder Alec Defrawy aka Difrawi aka Defrawi Consulting.

    Undeniable proof you’ll find all over scam.com using search keyword Defrawy and taking your time to read.
    Start at the threads on Greymarketing Team and Kray Group, and follow the paper trail up to this scam.

    For information about this particular scam see http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=7347
    For further detailed investigative information about this huge phishing scam operation ENTER HERE (http://www.klaasdevriesjr.nl/k-files/talentrock/alec_defrawy_difrawi_defrawi_phishing_scam.htm)

    “But they didn’t get my SSN or banking / credit card numbers. So what can happen?” (http://www.klaasdevriesjr.nl/k-files/talentrock/cardservice_international_csicareersite_com.htm#ph ishing)

    Where to report

    Spammer’s facilitating abuse@bronto.com

    Website host abuse@XTREME-HOST.COM and ICANN registrar abuse@godaddy.com
    Careerbuilder.com for having ads on site.

    abuse@shoppingjobshere.com
    abuse@searchforclasses.com
    for doing business with fraudulent companies

    Complaints about fraudulent csicareersite.com and it’s affiliated or facilitating companies to
    FBI’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) (http://www.ifccfbi.gov/)

  4. Scrub says:

    from Keith Kress kkress@kress-law.com
    to ScamFraudAlert
    date Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 10:38 AM
    subject RE: I Await A Response
    hide details 10/15/09

    Dear ScamFraudAlert:

    As I have told you numerous times, our job offers are actual listings posted by our clients and, during the job application process, the applicant is presented with an advertisement that he or she may “opt in” if they so choose. The applicant’s decision whether or not to opt in has no bearing on their application. As a result, our job listings are not “something else” as you allege and any such disclaimer is unnecessary.

    Additionally, I find it disingenuous on your part to demand we post disclaimers for our legitimate job offers based on the mere fact that there is an advertising component involved when you, on your own Web site that is purportedly dedicated to assisting consumers, place Google ads to generate revenue. Are you not relying on revenue from advertising just as we are in order to support and operate your site? How is that different from how we operate our business? Where are your disclaimers relating to advertisements on your site?

    In your previous correspondence you claim that you did not send an e-mail to our staff and ask that we accept your assertion as truth. However, although I have laid out for you everything we do and how we do it you refuse to believe us and continue your false allegations that we are a scam despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. You ask that we take your word as fact when you refuse to even consider our position. As a result, we have no other choice but to proceed with the lawsuit in order to protect our interests. During trial, you will have the opportunity to come to Florida and defend your actions to a jury and attempt to prove your alleged innocence. Perhaps the jury will believe you, perhaps they won’t; in any event my client will have its day in court.

    Notwithstanding the foregoing I have been authorized to make you a one-time settlement offer which, if accepted, would compel my client to dismiss the lawsuit. My client is willing to pay you $1000.00 and will drop the lawsuit in exchange for you removing any and all postings on your Web site and blog and any and all Web sites and blogs that you control, contribute to or moderate. Furthermore, you must agree not to post anything in the future about any of my clients’ business operations or Web sites. This settlement offer will expire at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 16, 2009. Should you refuse the settlement offer my client has asked I proceed with the lawsuit as well as the filing of any additional lawsuits on behalf of the other corporate entities we work with which you have unfairly and unjustly attacked.

    GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY

    Sincerely,

    Keith E. Kress
    Attorney at Law
    (407) 803-4621
    KKress@kress-law.com

  5. Scrub says:

    Below you’ll see the lawsuits he has initiated and continue to harass me. These lawsuits are all fabricated and how can a Pro Se Defendant defend him/herself against the Courts in Florida.

    June 6, 2008 filed lawsuit – Middle District of Florida
    July 7, 2008 filed lawsuit – Los Angeles Superior Court
    January 2, 2009 Appeal filed – Appealing the Decision of Trial Court of Los Angeles Superior
    January 9, 2009 filed lawsuit – Complaint – Ninth Judicial Circuit of Orange
    January 22, 2009 Appeal – Abandonment of Appeal
    May 3, 2010 filed lawsuit – Amended Complaint – Ninth Judicial Circuit of Orange

  6. Scrub says:


    Attorney Myra Nicholson send a letter to wordpress.com and they continue to do so

    Hi,
    We have received a valid DMCA notice regarding content found on your WordPress.com site. As such, we have removed the following content (all image files):

    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/home-page1.png?w=600&h=351
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/disclaimer.png?w=600&h=479
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/faceboob.png?w=500&h=332
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/faceboob.png?w=500&h=332
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/monkeyjarsucks1.png?w=460&h=363
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/monkey-jar-jobs31.png?w=460&h=1103
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/866-539-4654.png?w=460&h=256
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/employment.png?w=460&h=297
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/employment.jpg?w=460&h=326
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/contact.png?w=460&h=326
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/medialogic6.png?w=460&h=298
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/jobnab.png?w=500&h=299
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/jobvertise.png?w=500&h=317
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/production-worker.png?w=600&h=442
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/home-page3.png?w=600&h=350
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    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/skilledlaborcareers.png?w=500&h=291
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    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/jobnab.png?w=500&h=299
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/jobvertise.png?w=500&h=317
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/skilledlaborworker.jpg?w=396&h=500
    http://scamfraudalert.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/monkey-jar-jobs4-hotjobs.png?w=460&h=462
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  7. Scrub says:

    Attorney Keith Kress letter to I-power.com

    My name is Keith Kress and I serve as General Counsel for Three Stars Media,
    Inc., Three Stars, Inc., and MonkeyJar, Inc. It has come to my attention
    that IPOWER now hosts the Web site http://www.scamfraudalert.com
    , which is currently owned and operated by
    Mr. Richardson. Over the past two (2) years, Mr. Richardson
    has continuously and repeatedly posted intentionally false and defamatory
    material regarding my corporate clients and their principals and violated
    numerous copyrights belonging to my clients and, upon information and
    belief, copyrights belonging to other organizations. Through his
    intentional, defamatory and injurious attacks against my clients by Mr.
    Garga-Richardson on his Web site http://www.scamfraudalert.com
    , my client has suffered and continues to
    suffer irreparable harm and damages.

    Included in his attacks are posts in which Mr. Richardson states as
    fact that Three Stars Media and MonkeyJar are “scams”, participate in
    “fraud”, “phishing” and “identity theft”. Such false and unsubstantiated
    attacks against internet based companies like my clients, can obviously
    destroy, or at the very least, significantly harm their business interests.
    As a result, we have had no choice but to proceed against Mr.
    Richardson through the legal system. However, as you likely know, this
    can be a long and laborious process which, until the issue is resolved and
    the courts compel Mr. Richardson to cease and desist his irresponsible
    and harmful behavior, will cause my clients continues harm and damages

    Based on the foregoing, I am requesting that you remove
    http://www.scamfraudalert.com http://www.scamfraudalert.com/ from your hosting
    platform based upon the Web site’s clear and obvious violations of IPOWER’s
    Acceptable Use Policy relating to defamation and copyright infringement. In
    the alternative, we request that IPOWER remove any and all defamatory
    references about Three Stars Media, Inc., Three Stars, Inc., and MonkeyJar,
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  8. Charlotte says:

    He calls me stating this is NCO financial. He has stolen my identity. He has hacked into my computer and he is a terriost to the USA. Put him in prison forever. He sends out scam cards and mail. He calls my cellphone. He is trading US social security number and pyramid scheming. Destroy him. He uses the email. Seth2005s@yahoo.com and Xhafer@hotmail.com. He connects with other computer hackers like himself. I hate him.

    Sincerely,
    Charlotte Reeves

  9. Scrub says:

    Looking for a Job? Phishers Are Looking for You

    On Saturday, The Washington Post ran a story I wrote on a phishing scheme that targets job seekers who have posted their resumes on popular job sites such as Monster, Career Builder and Yahoo Hot Jobs.

    This particular scam came with an Onion-esque flourish. One of the supposed employers, USAVoice.org, called itself “the world’s fastest growing news organization,” and lured aspiring journalists to give up personal information during the application prospect.

    The news on the Web site, as one victim realized too late, doesn’t update as often as, say CNN.com does, and consists of stories with timely headlines such as “A History of Valentines Day.”

    The scam came to the attention of the D.C. area Better Business Bureau because USA Voice uses a downtown Washington address, which turns out to be little more than a mail drop. A related site, Instant Human Resources, lists an address in Rockville, also a mail drop. Together, they’ve generated more than 8,000 inquiries since June.

    While these particular Web sites are pretty slick, the phishing e-mails themselves are by no means the most sophisticated ever created. That honor, if you can call it that, belongs to the stream of official looking missives from financial firms, which are still the most popular ones to spoof among cyber criminals. After all, you’re more likely to give up valuable financial info that way.

    In that sense, the personal info that appears on job sites may not be as lucrative. But even a name, e-mail, address and telephone number are worth something to scammers. They can turn around and sell those or use them to perpetrate “synthetic identity theft,” where a phony identity is created using bits of real people’s information.

    In this particular case, the success of the scam relied on a two-pronged strategy. Not only did they advertise on the job sites, but they also contacted people who used them.

    Job seekers who posted their resumes on Monster, Career Builder and Yahoo received e-mails from either USA Voice or Instant Human Resources, telling them that based on the their resumes they qualified for a promising sounding position. Those who didn’t smell a scam right away filled out online applications, in the process disclosing personal information.

    Some get as far as entering a Social Security number. Many only get to name and address before backing out. At that point, job offers don’t come pouring in, but spam does.

    The job sites have gotten wise to these schemes and, for the past several years, have been posting warnings on their Web sites in an effort to educate users before it’s too late. They also pre-screen job postings and monitor them daily. But it seems inevitable that scams will get through. Privacy expert Pam Dixon looked into how long USAVoice has been online; the site is about a year old. Most phishing sites don’t stay up for a week. So this one seems to have staying power, despite having their job postings removed from Monster and Career Builder.

    The job seekers I interviewed for this story who said they were scammed by USAVoice and Instant Human Resources were not naive Internet surfers by any means. One has made a living in technology. But their normal scam radar was blocked by their desire for employment, which is what makes this particular scam so effective–and so lame!

    For tips on how to spot a phishing scam, check out Gina Hughes’ tips.

    Dixon’s World Privacy Forum has advice just for job seekers.

    washingtonpost.com’s own Brian Krebs can also keep you up to date on the latest online security issues.

    By Annys Shin | February 12, 2007; 7:00 AM ET Privacy


    http://blog.washingtonpost.com/thecheckout/2007/02/looking_for_a_job_phishers_are.html

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