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The Purpose of this post is to ALERT you that the job you are about to apply for scamalert4or may have applied FOR or is CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR is FRAUDULENT. The identities of individuals or a business entity have been stolen along with fund from their bank accounts.

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into accepting wire transfers and cashing counterfeit checks into your bank accounts. You are being recruited to wire transfer these funds via WESTERN UNION or MONEYGRAM from your bank into a DOMESTIC BANK or OFFSHORE BANK ACCOUNT.

Essentially You Become A Money or Repackage Mule

  1. Money Mule Explained
  2. Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
  3. Protecting Yourself Against Money Mule
  4. KrebsOnSecurity – Cyberheist
  5. Washingtonpost.com by Brian Krebs
  6. Interview With A Money Mule
  7. Bobbear.co.UK ~ Historical Money Mule Sites

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Comment: Up to date list of one gang’s money mule recruitment sites

1st Consultants Inc ……………… http://1st-consultansinc.net
1st Consultants Inc ……………… http://first-consultansinc.biz
1st Consultants Inc ……………… http://first-consultansinc-usa.com
Art Yard Limited ……………… http://art-yard-uk.com
Artable Ltd ……………… http://artable.biz
Artable Ltd ……………… http://artable-ltd.com
Artable Ltd ……………… http://artable-uk.net
Avid Technical Resources Inc ……………… http://avid-techresources.cc
Avid Technical Resources Inc ……………… http://avid-techresources.com
Avid Technical Resources Inc ……………… http://avid-techresources.net
Consolidated Holdings Limited ……………… http://consolidated-holdingsuk.biz
Consolidated Holdings Limited ……………… http://consolidated-holdingsuk.net
Enterprise Holdings Limited ……………… http://enterprise-holdingsuk.com
Enterprise Holdings Limited ……………… http://enterprise-holdingsuk.net
Enterprises Technology Inc ……………… http://enterprisetechinc.com
Enterprises Technology Inc ……………… http://enterprise-techinc.cc
Enterprises Technology Inc ……………… http://enterprisetechinc.net
Feature Solutions Limited ……………… http://feature-solutionuk.org
Feature Solutions Limited ……………… http://ukfeature-solutions.com
Finance Counts Ltd ……………… http://fincounts-ltd.com
Finance Counts Ltd ……………… http://finance-counts-uk.org
Finance Counts Ltd ……………… http://uk-financecounts.net
Financial Trust Inc ……………… http://fin-trustinc.com
Financial Trust Inc ……………… http://usa-financialtrust.net
Financial Trust Inc ……………… http://usa-financial-trust.biz
Fintech Innovation Program Ltd ……………… http://fintech-inprogram.net
Fintech Innovation Program Ltd ……………… http://fintechin-program.com
Fintech Innovation Program Ltd ……………… http://fintechin-program.org
Global United Services Inc ……………… http://globalus-united.net
Highland Holdings Limited ……………… http://highland-holdingsltd.biz
Highland Holdings Limited ……………… http://highland-holdings-ltd.net
Information Technology Alliance Ltd ……………… http://it-alliance-ltd.com
Infotech Xpert Ltd ……………… http://infotech-xpert.com
Infotech Xpert Ltd ……………… http://uk-infotech-xpert.net
Infotech Xpert Ltd ……………… http://infotech-xpert-uk.org
Innovation and Technology Services Limited ……………… http://inn-technology.biz
Innovation and Technology Services Limited ……………… http://inn-technology.com
Innovation and Technology Services Limited ……………… http://inn-technology.net
Integrated Technology Inc ……………… http://inttechus.com
Integrated Technology Inc ……………… http://inttechus.biz
Integrated Technology Inc ……………… http://technology-inc.net
Inter Pro Finance Limited ……………… http://interprolimited.biz
Inter Pro Finance Limited ……………… http://interprofinance.com
International Strategics Inc ……………… http://bstrategic.biz
International Strategics Inc ……………… http://strategic-inc.net
International Strategics Inc ……………… http://usstrategic-inc.com
Interpro Limited ……………… http://interpride-ltd.com
Interpro Limited ……………… http://interpride-ltd.net
Interpro Limited ……………… http://interpride-ltd.org
ITG Solutions Limited ……………… http://itg-solutions-ltd.com
ITG Solutions Limited ……………… http://itg-solutions-uk.net
Kingdom Innovative Technologies Ltd ……………… http://king-innovative.com
Kingdom Innovative Technologies Ltd ……………… http://king-innovative.net
Kingdom Innovative Technologies Ltd ……………… http://king-inntech.org
Liver Investments Ltd ……………… http://liverinvestiments-ltd.com
Liver Investments Ltd ……………… http://liverinvestiments-ltd.net
Liver Investments Ltd ……………… http://liverinvestiments-ltd.org
Mancap Consulting Ltd ……………… http://mancapconsulting-ltd.biz
Mancap Consulting Ltd ……………… http://mancapconsulting-ltd.com
Mancap Consulting Ltd ……………… http://mancapconsultingltd.com
Meridian International Inc ……………… http://meridianus-int.biz
Meridian International Inc ……………… http://meridian-international.net
Meridian International Inc ……………… http://meridianus-inc.com
National Express Holdings Ltd ……………… http://national-express-holdingsuk.com
NYC Finance Inc ……………… http://newyork-finance.net
NYC Finance Inc ……………… http://nycfinanceinc.com
NYC Finance Inc ……………… http://new-york-finance.biz
Outsource Consulting Inc ……………… http://outsource-consultingus.biz
Outsource Consulting Inc ……………… http://outsource-consultingus.com
Outsource Consulting Inc ……………… http://outsource-consultingus.net
Sky-Edge IT Solutions Inc ……………… http://sky-edgeitsolutions.cc
Sky-Edge IT Solutions Inc ……………… http://sky-edgeitsolutions.com
Sky-Edge IT Solutions Inc ……………… http://sky-edgeitsolutions.net
Stock Holderz Ltd ……………… http://stockholderzzz.com
Stock Holderz Ltd ……………… http://stock-holderz-uk.org
Stock Holderz Ltd ……………… http://uk-stock-holderz.net
Stockfords Holdings Limited ……………… http://stockfordslimited.com
Stockfords Holdings Limited ……………… http://stockfordslimited.net
Strategic Outsourcing Inc ……………… http://stroutsourcing.biz
Strategic Outsourcing Inc ……………… http://stroutsourcing.com
Strategic Outsourcing Inc ……………… http://stroutsourcing.net
Trade Globe Limited ……………… http://tradeglobe-ltd.biz
Trade Globe Limited ……………… http://tradeglobe-ltd.com
Trade Globe Limited ……………… http://tradeglobe-ltd.net
UK-Power Limited ……………… http://ukpower-ltd.com
UK-Power Limited ……………… http://ukpower-ltd.org
United Technologies Corporation ……………… http://united-technologiesusa.net
United Technologies Corporation ……………… http://united-technologiesusa.com
Worldwide Investment Ltd ……………… http://worldwideinvestment-uk.biz
Worldwide Investment Ltd ……………… http://worldwide-investment.com
Worldwide Investment Ltd ……………… http://worldwide-investmentuk.net
Zone Capital Inc ……………… http://usa-zonecapital.com
Zone Capital Inc ……………… http://zone-capital-usa.net
Zone Capital Inc ……………… http://zonecapitalinc.biz

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American Recruiting Association [ARA]

scamFRAUDalert see it appropriate to issue this ALERT as the operators of this consumer alertscam continue to solicit Recruiters and job seekers to become part of a National “Recruiting & Staffing Agency.
They require an upfront fees.

Reports online indicates once fees are paid, candidates submission get rejected and American Recruiting Associates cease all communication with the so-called agents.

As a National “Recruiting & Staffing Agent” your duties will be to pre-screen applicants to evaluate if they meet the position requirements. You’ll then assist them by setting up face to face interviews with companies that have hired us and who want to interview them. Post positions to appropriate internet job boards, conduct internal database searches, and online searches. Screen and build a pipeline of candidates and provide a constant source of candidates for current and up and coming job orders that you will be assigned to. Submit qualified candidates to open job orders.

The operators have listed Boca Raton, Florida as their place of operation. The web address is for sale http://www.americansrecruitingassociation.com
6971 N Federal Hwy # c5-323
Boca Raton, FL 33487.

Court Halts Collection of Allegedly Fake Payday Debts

Pinnacle Payment Services, LLC

For Release
October 24, 2013

At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a U.S. district court has halted an operation based in Atlanta and Cleveland that allegedly used deceptive and threatening tactics to collect phantom payday loan “debts” that consumers either did not owe, or did not owe to the defendants.  The court order freezes the defendants’ assets to preserve the possibility of providing redress to consumers, and appoints a receiver.

According to the FTC, the defendants operated under a host of fictitious business names that implied an affiliation with a law firm or a law enforcement agency, such as Global Legal Services, Allied Litigation Group, United Judgment & Appeals, Dockets Liens & Seizures, and United Judgment Center.  Using robocalls and voice messages that threatened legal action and arrest unless consumers responded within a few days, the defendants have collected and processed millions of dollars in payment for phantom debts, according to the complaint.  Their practices have generated almost 3,000 complaints to the FTC’s Consumer Sentinel.

According to documents filed with the court, a typical message stated:  “[T]his is the Civil Investigations Unit.  We are contacting you in regards to a complaint being filed against you, pursuant to claim and affidavit number D00D-2932, where you have been named a respondent in a court action and must appear.  There is a contact number on file which you must call, 757-301-4745.  Please forward this information to your attorney in that the order to show cause contains a restraining order.  You or your attorney will have 24 to 48 hours to oppose this matter.”

Working out of offices in Cleveland and Atlanta, the defendants threatened consumers that if they did not pay, their bank accounts would be closed, their wages would be garnished, they would face felony fraud charges, they would have to appear in court thousands of miles from their homes, or they would be arrested at their workplace, according to documents filed with the court.  Many consumers ended up paying the defendants for debts they did not owe because they feared the threatened repercussions of failing to pay, believed the defendants were legitimate and collecting real debts, or simply wanted to stop the harassment, according to the complaint.

The FTC’s complaint names Lisa J. Jeter, Nichole C. Anderson, Hope V. Wilson, Angela J. Triplett, DeMarra J. Massey, and their companies Pinnacle Payment Services, LLC, Velocity Payment Solutions, LLC, Heritage Capital Services, LLC, Performance Payment Processing, LLC, Credit Source Plus, LLC (Ohio), Credit Source Plus, LLC (Georgia), Reliable Resolution, LLC, Premium Express Processing, LLC (Ohio), and Premium Express Processing, LLC (Atlanta).

This is the FTC’s fifth recent case involving allegedly fraudulent, online payday-loan-related operations.  Other cases include American Credit Crunchers, LLC, Broadway Global Master Inc., Pro Credit, and Vantage Funding.

The complaint charges the defendants with violating the FTC Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by falsely telling consumers that:

  • they were delinquent on a payday loan or other debt that the defendants had the authority to collect;
  • they had the legal obligation to pay the defendants;
  • they would be arrested or imprisoned if they did not pay; and
  • the defendants had taken or would take legal action.

The complaint also charges that the defendants illegally called consumers at inconvenient
times or places, including at their workplaces, despite being asked to stop; disclosed supposed debts to family members, employers, and other third parties; harassed consumers with repeated calls; failed to disclose their identity as debt collectors; and failed to provide a required written notice telling consumers how to dispute the alleged debts.

For more consumer information on this topic, see Dealing with Debt.

The Commission vote authorizing the staff to file the complaint was 4-0.  The complaint and request for a temporary restraining order were filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division.  On October 24, 2013 the court granted the FTC’s request.

NOTE:  The Commission files a complaint when it has “reason to believe” that the law has been or is being violated and it appears to the Commission that a proceeding is in the public interest.  The case will be decided by the court.

The Federal Trade Commission works for consumers to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them.  To file a complaint in English or Spanish, visit the FTC’s online Complaint Assistant or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).  The FTC enters complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure, online database available to more than 2,000 civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad.  The FTC’s website provides free information on a variety of consumer topics.  Like the FTC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to press releases for the latest FTC news and resources.

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NY A.G. Schneiderman Cracked Down On Fake Reviews

Attorney General Schneiderman Announces Agreement With 19 Companies To Stop Writing Fake Online Reviews And Pay More Than $350,000 In Fines

“Operation Clean Turf” Concludes Year-Long Undercover Investigation Into Reputation Management Industry, Astroturfing And False Endorsements

Schneiderman: Astroturfing Is 21st Century’s False Advertising

NEW YORK — Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced that 19 companies had agreed to cease their practice of writing fake online reviews for businesses and to pay more than $350,000 in penalties. “Operation Clean Turf,” a year-long undercover investigation into the reputation management industry, the manipulation of consumer-review websites, and the practice of astroturfing, found that companies had flooded the Internet with fake consumer reviews on websites such as Yelp, Google Local, and CitySearch. In the course of the investigation, the Attorney General’s office found that many of these companies used techniques to hide their identities, such as creating fake online profiles on consumer review websites and paying freelance writers from as far away as the Philippines, Bangladesh and Eastern Europe for $1 to $10 per review. By producing fake reviews, these companies violated multiple state laws against false advertising and engaged in illegal and deceptive business practices.

“Consumers rely on reviews from their peers to make daily purchasing decisions on anything from food and clothing to recreation and sightseeing,” Attorney General Schneiderman said. “This investigation into large-scale, intentional deceit across the Internet tells us that we should approach online reviews with caution. And companies that continue to engage in these practices should take note: “Astroturfing” is the 21st century’s version of false advertising, and prosecutors have many tools at their disposal to put an end to it.”

Undercover Investigation of “Search Engine Optimization” Companies

In recent years, the reputation management industry has exploded as businesses have become increasingly concerned about their online reputations.  So-called search engine optimization (“SEO”) companies routinely offer online reputation management as part of their services.

Posing as the owner of a yogurt shop in Brooklyn, representatives from Attorney General Schneiderman’s office called the leading SEO companies in New York to request assistance in combating negative reviews on consumer-review websites.  During these calls, representatives from some of these companies offered to write fake reviews of the yogurt shop and post them on consumer-review websites such as Yelp.com, Google Local and Citysearch.com, as part of their reputation management services.

The investigation revealed that SEO companies were using advanced IP spoofing techniques to hide their identities, as well as setting up hundreds of bogus online profiles on consumer review websites to post the reviews.  The investigation found that many consumer-review websites have implemented filters to detect and filter or delete fake reviews, with Yelp’s being the most aggressive.

“More than 100 million visitors come to Yelp each month, making it critical that Yelp protect the integrity of its content,” said Aaron Schur, Yelp’s Senior Litigation Counsel. “We take many steps to do this, including the use of automated filtering software, leveraging our vast user community for tips about suspicious content, undercover sting operations, legal action, and cooperation with law enforcement. We applaud NY Attorney General Schneiderman for his willingness to tackle the issue of illegal fake reviews head on, and for his success in shutting down these operators. We look forward to continuing to cooperate with the New York Attorney General’s office and any other interested law enforcement office or regulator to protect consumers and business owners from efforts to mislead.”

Besides using their own employees to write and post the reviews, the companies hired freelance writers from as far away as the Philippines, Bangladesh and Eastern Europe for $1 to $10 per review.  One SEO company required that freelancers have an established Yelp account, more than 3 months old, with more than 15 reviews (at least half unfiltered), and 10 Yelp “friends,” as an attempt to avoid Yelp’s advanced review filter.

Attorney General Schneiderman’s office also discovered solicitations on sites such as Craigslist.com, Freelancer.com and oDesk.com to hire people to write fake reviews.  For example, one SEO company posted the following:

We need a person that can post multiple positive reviews on major REVIEW sites.  Example:  Google Maps, Yelp, CitySearch.  Must be from different IP addresses… So you must be able to have multiple IPs.  The reviews will be only few sentences long.  Need to have some understanding on how Yelp filters works.  Previous experience is a plus…just apply –)we are a marketing company.

In another example, a spa in New York City was looking for help writing fake reviews:

I need someone who is a YELP expert to post positive reviews for a spa that will not be filtered using legitimate existing yelp accounts must have at least 10 friends on Yelp.  Please be a yelp expert!!  I will pay $10 per-review after 3 days they must meet the criteria above.

In this example, a nightclub in New York City was looking for people to post the reviews “without getting flagged”:

Need Review Posters for Yelp, Citysearch, Google

Hello…We need someone to post 1-2 reviews daily on sites like: Yelp, Google reviews, Citysearch and any other similar sites.  We will supply the text/review.  You must be able to post these without getting flagged.  This will be a long term assignment that will last at least 3 months.  You are bidding per week.  We are offering $1.00 dollar for every post.  Thank you

Online Reputation Can Make Or Break a Business

Multiple studies conclude that online reviews can make or break companies.  According to one survey, 90% of consumers say that online reviews influence their buying decisions.  A highly-cited Harvard Business School study from 2011 estimated that a one-star rating increase on Yelp translated to an increase of 5% to 9% in revenues for a restaurant. Cornell researchers have found that a one-star swing in a hotel’s online ratings at sites like Travelocity and TripAdvisor is tied to an 11% sway in room rates, on average.  Gartner projects that by 2014, between 10% and 15% of social media reviews will be fake.

Nineteen SEO Companies and Small Businesses Entered into Assurances of Discontinuances

The OAG has entered into Assurances of Discontinuance with 19 companies, with penalties ranging from $2500 to just under $100,000.  The practice of preparing or disseminating a false or deceptive review that a reasonable consumer would believe to be a neutral, third-party review is a form of false advertising known as “astroturfing.”  Astroturfing is false and deceptive, and it violates, inter alia, New York Executive Law § 63(12), and New York General Business Law §§ 349 and 350.

The companies that agreed to discontinue their astroturfing practices and pay a penalty include:

  • Zamdel, Inc., d/b/a eBoxed, a search engine optimization company based in New York City, which posted more than 1,500 fake reviews of clients on consumer-review websites such as Yelp.com, Google Places, Yahoo! Local, Citysearch, Judy’s Book and InsiderPages.com.  eBoxed attempted to defeat consumer-review website filters by changing the IP address of the computer from which it posted the reviews every week, making the reviews look like they came from different users.
  • XVIO, Inc., another search engine optimization company based in New York city, which posted hundreds of fake reviews of clients on consumer-review websites.  XVIO also conducted a “secret shopper” campaign where its agents received free or discounted goods and services from XVIO’s clients in exchange for a review.  However, the reviewers were encouraged to post on consumer-review websites only if they were positive, the “secret shopper” did not disclose that he or she had received a free or discounted product or service of the reviewed-business in the review, and the client knew the identity of the “secret shopper” prior to providing the product or service to be reviewed.
  • Laser Cosmetica, the now-former owner of this well-known laser hair-removal business with multiple locations in the tri-state area orchestrated an astroturfing campaign, hiring an SEO company that posted fake reviews on consumer-review websites, and instructed employees and friends to write fake reviews on consumer-review websites.  They also offered discounts on services in exchange for online reviews, without requiring the customer to disclose the gift in the review.
  • US Coachways, Inc. The management of this leading national bus charter company based in Staten Island, NY orchestrated an astroturfing campaign, writing bogus reviews themselves, soliciting freelance writers from oDesk.com and Fiverr.com to write bogus reviews, and urging employees to pose as customers and write positive reviews.  They also offered $50 gift certificates to customers to write positive reviews without requiring that the customers disclose the gift in the review.
  • Swam Media Group, Inc. and Scores Media Group, LLC. The manager of this licensee of the Scores gentlemen’s club franchise orchestrated an astroturfing campaign with the help of a freelance writer that resulted in 175 fake reviews of entertainers at the Scores adult club in New York City and an affiliated website, scoreslive.com, most of which were posted online.

The entire list of companies that entered into Assurances of Discontinuance is:

  • A&E Wig Fashions, Inc. d/b/a A&E and NYS Surgery Center
  • A.H. Dental P.C. d/b/a Platinum Dental
  • Body Laser Spa Inc.
  • The Block Group, LLC, d/b/a Laser Cosmetica and LC MedSpa, LLC
  • Bread and Butter NY, LLC d/b/a La Pomme Nightclub and Events Space
  • Envision MT Corp.
  • iSEOiSEO
  • Medical Message Clinic and HerballYours.com
  • Metamorphosis Day Spa, Inc.
  • Outer Beauty, P.C., Lite Touch Plastic Surgery, P.C., Staten Island Special Surgery, P.C., Sans Pareil Surgical, PLLC
  • Stillwater Media Group
  • Swan Media Group, Inc. and Scores Media Group, LLC
  • US Coachways Limousine, Inc. and US Coachways, Inc.
  • Utilities International, Inc. d/b/a Main Street Host
  • The Web Empire, LLC
  • Webtools, LLC and Webtools Internet Solutions Ltd.
  • West Village Teeth Whitening Service, LLC; Magic Smile, Inc., aka Magic Smile
  • XVIO, Inc.
  • Zamdel, Inc. d/b/a eBoxed

The investigation was conducted by Assistant Attorneys General Clark Russell and Jordan Adler, and Investigator Vanessa Ip, in the Internet Bureau, with special assistance from Deputy Bureau Chief Susan Scharbach of the Real Estate Finance Bureau, under the supervision of Executive Deputy Attorney General of Economic Justice Karla G. Sanchez.

Source: Press Release

Personal Assistant Needed ~ service.inc – Adamstown, MD

The Purpose of this post is to ALERT you that the job you are about to apply for orscamalert may have applied FOR or is CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR is FRAUDULENT. The identities of an individual or a business entity have been stolen along with fund from their bank accounts.

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into accepting and cashing counterfeit checks into your bank accounts. You are being recruited to wire transfer these funds via WESTERN UNION or MONEYGRAM from your bank into a DOMESTIC BANK or OFFSHORE BANK ACCOUNT.

Essentially You Become A Money or Repackage Mule

  1. Money Mule Explained
  2. Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
  3. Protecting Yourself Against Money Mule
  4. KrebsOnSecurity – Cyberheist
  5. Washingtonpost.com by Brian Krebs
  6. Interview With A Money Mule
  7. Bobbear.co.UK ~ Historical Money Mule Sites

____________________

Personal Assistant, BookKeeper, home typist as Part-time or full-time worker from any where in USA.
Work 2-3 hours per week from your computer at home Earn $1,500-$2,500 per month. Experience not necessary.
for more details contact email :

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service401@hotmail.com
kaymatthews401@hotmail.com

Assistant Needed ~ service.inc – Adamstown, MD
Personal Assistant Needed From Anywhere In US

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IT Mega Inc ~ itmega-inc.org

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 FRAUDULENT.

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.

The identity of an individual or entity have been stolen along with fund from their bank accounts. You are being recruited to wire transfer these funds either by WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAM, into your bank, a DOMESTIC BANK or FOREIGN BANK ACCOUNT

  1. Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
  2. Money Mule Explained
  3. Protecting Yourself Against Money Mule
  4. Washingtonpost.com by Brian Kerbs
  5. Interview With A Money Mule
  6. Bobbear.co.UK ~ Historical Money Mule Sites

____________________

 

Good day

I’m a representative of our company. We retrieved your resume from the thousands that are posted at Beyond.com. You won’t find a more appropriate period to look at our company than now. We are hunting for talented individuals to help create our company. After looking at your resume, I am inclined to speaking with you about your career possibility.

Specific education or special experience is not needed! This job will allow you to have good salary and this job wouldn’t require more than 2-3 hours of your time each business day.

Position requires:
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-Active Bank Account

If you are still in the market and our proposal has sparked your interest, please e-mail to: us.itmega.inc@gmail.com. The Representative will contact you ASAP.”

______________________________

“Hello scamFRAUDalert,

Here is more information about the job position with IT-Mega Inc.

Our main goal, within the company, is to match our clients needs with the best freelancers available, world wide.

The position being offered is for Financial Support Agent.

Job requirements:
– Minimum 18 y.o.;
– constant internet access;
– home or mobile phone number;
– regular bank account (checking/savings) or a Verified Premier or Business PayPal account.

Employment benefits (upon completion of 30 days trial period):
– Paid holidays;
– Dental and Health;
– Professional development programs

Refer to the links below for additional information: http://www.itmega-inc.org/job/finance2?lang=us

Frequently Asked Question: http://www.itmega-inc.org/job/finance/faq

Key points:
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Limited Time Offer with a Sign On Bonus! Please follow the link: http://www.itmega-inc.org/job/finance-bonus?lang=us

Thank you for your time and interest with our company.

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Street: Office Suites,
177 Post Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108, USA

Phone: 1-949-505-9112
Fax: 1-585-410-6004
_________________________

IT-Mega Inc

What We Do

Provide quick, easy, efficient and secure ways for businesses to outsource services locally, nationally and globally to maximize their competitive advantage and cost effectiveness
Services Overview

Customer Services and Call Centers
Payroll
Web / Software Development
Graphics & document conversions

About us

We are an online services marketplace in USA and UK. Our goal is to empower businesses with the absolute freedom to choose where to outsource their business needs to maximize their competitive advantage.
Contact Us

If you are interested in the services offered by the IT-Mega Inc and you would like to become our client, please contact the nearest representative of IT-Mega Inc in your region. Please direct all your propositions concerning cooperation and use of our services to the following e-mail: support@itmega-inc.org.

Main Address:

Office Suites
177 Post Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94108
USA

Tel: 1-949-505-9112
Fax: 1-585-410-6004

E-mail:
Administration: admin@itmega-inc.org
Support: support@itmega-inc.org
Job: job@itmega-inc.org
Webmaster: webmaster@itmega-inc.org

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