Morgan Trade Group Informative - Job Scam
Just a warning to those who may have their resumes posted online. There are a number of scams that may appear to be legit...below is an example of one that I received via Email dated 01/12/09. Below that is a link that explains the scam and shows comments from others who have received this so called, "Job Offer". Please be sure to check out companies who contact you before you give them any of your personal information. Usually, I'd just post these types of Email scams on the community boards as an FYI...however, I felt I should post this one as an informative on the review side because there are so many people out of work at this time...and it isn't the obvious "give us your bank account info and we will deposit $50 million dollars from our Kenya bank" scam.
The Email I Received:
Re: your resume
Monday, January 12, 2009 8:07 AM
From: "Ernest Mills"
You have received this message because you have published your resume at careerbuilder.com and you meet our criteria. And we offer position in our company.
Our company Morgan Trade Group was established in 1999, when an escalating market predetermined the urge of great number of companies-importers towards the complete control of their traffic. Thus, the growing tendency of upcoming companies and consumers to resort to services of particularized companies-forwarders created favorable conditions for the birth of Morgan Trade Group.
We provide the best working conditions for our employees:
Working with us you will get:
- fixed salary
- career growth
- qualified support of the skilled managers
- work in one of progressive team of the Europe
- challenging experience in the highly perspective field of business with great future career possibilities.
We provide an annual salary of $65,000/year. The salary is paid monthly or twise a month.
You will get flexible scheme of work and work in optimal time for you.
For additional information and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask them via email derek. miller. email@example.com
It's not multi-level marketing, not sales position and absolutely free for start.
Please reply only to our e-mail: mtg. derek. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Here is the link to the website that reported this as a scam: