Representative needed – Broad Capital Company, Inc – Gene Vosough

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is Scam Alert 1Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Read All About This at Symantec Corp.

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs

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Description
Location: USA
Status: Opened

Employee Type: Part-Time Employee
Company: Broad Capital Company, Inc.

Duties of the Service Representatives include holding and supporting a
local business used for payments processing between the company and
the clients, managing cash flows, creating reports, providing support
to the clients. Every office of the company starts from the local
Service Representative cooperation, so the position is very
prospective.

Requirements:

* Advanced user ability to operate computer and to use Internet and e-mail.
* An existing bank account opened on personal or business name
* Basic skills in managing payments and money transfers.
* Ability to schedule working hours effectively.
* Availability of spare time (3-4 hours per day).
* Legal age.

Payment: basic salary $2500 monthly plus payments turnover bonus.
Benefits:
* Flexible work schedule.
* Possibility to combine the job with primary employment.
* Free training course.

Contact Information
Confidential
Name: Gene Vosough
State/Province: New York
Country: United States

Online Clerk

JIMMY`S SURGICAL SUPPLY – Online Clerk

The Purpose of This Post Is To ALERT You That The Job You Are About To APPLY For or May Have Applied For or is CONSIDERING APPLYING For Is Scam Alert 1Fraudulent. A LEGITIMATE COMPANY IDENTITY OR AN INDIVIDUAL IDENTITY HAS BEEN STOLEN OR A BOGUS ONE CREATED

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram -Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule

Money Mule Explained

Read All About This at Symantec Corp.

Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs

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Jimmy Surgical

Post Date: Jun 06, 2009 Type: Part time
Start Date: 05/09/2009 Salary: 35
Location: Maryland-Uniondale Job Reference: anderson13413

Description
We are in search of Hard Working Online Administrative Clerk.
Earn $40 per Hour working from home
Location:Any city and state in the United States of America canada and united kingdom, No Selling or Marketing or commission.
No registration or signup fee.
Work from home.
Responsibilities:
*Preparing purchase orders and checks for
verification and signature;
*Mailing out checks to customers and staffs
*Entering all cheque vouchers and payment in
appropriate account;
*Any other related duties as may be reasonably
assigned by the Accountant.

Requirements:
*a high school diploma, preferably with courses
in Accounting, Mathematics and Computer
Applications, with one year work experience;
*Should be self-motivated, committed and possess
good communication skills;
If you are an interested applicant forward your
resume/CV to Anna
data_lls@yahoo.com

Anna Anderson
Personel Manager
data-lls
Skills
a high school diploma, preferably with courses
in Accounting, Mathematics and Computer
Applications
Notes
Contact Information
JIMMY`S SURGICAL SUPPLY
Name: anna anderson
Address: 630 W 6TH St #608
City: LOS ANGELES
State/Province: California
Zipcode: 90017
Country: United States
Ph: 450-324-0561

AMERICAN REALTY of Shalimar, Fla Fall Victim To Money Mule

In these tough economic times, job seekers as well as employers are fallen victims to these consumer alertmoney mule scams. The latest victim is American Realty of Shalimar, Florida. The company loss approximately $195,000 as a result of unauthorized bank transfers.

Take the case of Ronald Cutshall of Greeneville, N.C. who was hired by Farline Group Inc as Money Mule. He is one of twenty who received  checks  for drawn on American Realty account. In Mr. Cutshall case, his check was for $9,600.00

Job Seekers need to be more diligent in their job search given the escalation of these scams particular during the holiday season.

 

See Washington Post – Security Fix by Brian Kerbs

FRAUDULENT AUTOMATED CLEARING HOUSE (ACH) TRANSFERS CONNECTED TO MALWARE AND WORK-AT-HOME SCAMS

FBI WARNING – SCAM ALERT

11/03/09—Within the last several months, the FBI has seen a significant increase in fraud Signinvolving the exploitation of valid online banking credentials belonging to small and medium businesses, municipal governments, and school districts. In a typical scenario, the targeted entity receives a “spear phishing” e-mail which either contains an infected attachment, or directs the recipient to an infected website. Once the recipient opens the attachment or visits the website, malware is installed on their computer. The malware contains a key logger which will harvest the recipients business or corporate bank account log-in information. Shortly thereafter, the perpetrator either creates another user account with the stolen log-in information, or directly initiates funds transfers by masquerading as the legitimate user. These transfers have occurred as both traditional wire transfers and as ACH transfers.

Further reporting has shown that the transfers are directed to the bank accounts of willing or unwitting individuals within the United States. Most of these individuals have been recruited via work-at-home advertisements, or have been contacted after placing resumes on well-known job search websites. These persons are often hired to “process payments”, or “transfer funds”. They are told they will receive wire transfers into their bank accounts. Shortly after funds are received, they are directed to immediately forward most of the money overseas via wire transfer services such as Western Union and Moneygram.

Customers who use online banking services are advised to contact their financial institution to ensure they are employing all the appropriate security and fraud prevention services their institution offers.

The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has made information on banking securely online available at http://www.us-cert.gov/reading_room/Banking_Securely_Online07102006.pdf

Protecting your computer against malicious software is an ongoing activity and, at minimum, all computer systems need to be regularly patched, have up to date anti-virus software, and a personal firewall installed. Further information is available at http://www.us-cert.gov/nav/nt01/

If you have experienced unauthorized funds transfers from your bank accounts, or if you have been recruited via a work-at-home opportunity to receive transfers and forward money overseas, please notify the IC3 by filing a complaint at www.ic3.gov.

For a detailed analysis of this scam please visit http://www.ic3.gov/media/2009/091103-1.aspx