'Transfer Coordinator' Money Laundering Job Scam
Email invites you to apply for a job as a 'Transfer Coordinator' by sending your resume to a specified Gmail address.
Published: April 9, 2015
Pepsi Car Wrap Money Laundering Scam
Email claims that you can make $350 per week just by displaying advertisements for Pepsi on your car.
Published: March 17, 2015
'Interested in Your CV' Money Laundering Scam
Email claims that a company is interested in your CV and invites you to apply for a job involving the 'payment control' of clients.
Published: October 6, 2014
Red Cross 'Job Offer' Scam Email
Email purporting to be from the American Red Cross claims that the organization is recruiting staff to work in a disaster zone and will pay workers $250 per day. To procure one of the positions, you are instructed to fill in a membership form and pay an 'enrollment' fee.
Published: October 6, 2014
'HP Car Advertisement' Money Laundering Scam
Email purporting to be from a firm called 'HP Car Advertisement' claims that you can earn $450 per week just by placing an 'auto wrap' advertising decal on your car and driving around as you normally do.
Published: September 25, 2014
Disney Cruise Line Job Offer Scam
Email purporting to be from Disney Cruise Line claims that a number of positions are currently available and invites recipients to contact a "client service officer" to get an application form.
Published: May 1, 2014
Rockstar Energy Drink Car Decal Wrapping Money Laundering Scam
Emails purporting to be from Rockstar Energy Drink offer to pay recipients a generous weekly fee for displaying an advertising decal on their vehicles.
Published: December 19, 2013
Qantas Job Offer Scam Email
Email purporting to be from Australian airline Qantas claims that a number of jobs are available at the company and invites interested applicants to email their resume for consideration.
Published: October 14, 2013
Radisson Blu Hotel Job Vacancy Scam Email
Email purporting to be from international hotel chain, Radisson claims that jobs are available at a Radisson hotel in London and interested applicants should email their CV's or call for further discussions.
Published: September 18, 2013
Western Union Mystery Shopper Money Laundering Scam
Email offers the recipient work as a mystery shopper evaluating Western Union outlets. The message claims workers will be sent certified checks to cover evaluation costs and their pay.
Published: August 26, 2013
'Personal Assistant' Money Laundering Scam
Email claims that the sender requires a part-time personal assistant to handle financial activities and run various errands in return for a generous weekly wage.
Published: September 18, 2012
'Mystery Shopper' Money Laundering Scams
Emails offer recipients part time work as secret or mystery shoppers and promise to send cheques or money orders for them to use in their shopping evaluations. Workers will be instructed to cash the cheques, deduct a percentage as their wage and then "evaluate" a specified service before sending the remainder of the funds back to the "employer" via a cash money transfer.
Published: July 24, 2012
Modelling Agency Overpayment Scam
Emails claim that a modelling agency wishes to use your photograph for a billboard advertisement and ask that you reply to give approval for use of the image and to arrange payment.
Published: 21st March 2011
Apartment Cleaner Overpayment Scam
Email offers the recipient a part time job cleaning an apartment for a quite generous fee. The cleaner is advised to deduct this fee from a cheque made out for a considerably larger amount and then wire the remainder to the landlord via a money transfer service.
Published: 11th March 2010
Hilton Hotel Job Offer Scam Email
Email purporting to be from Hilton Hotels in London, offers the recipient a lucrative job with the company.
Published: 8th November 2010
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