Student should be Beware of the Emailed Job Offer
A number of enquiries related to unwanted emails received by k-state stating to be from College Board and offering the jobs to the students, according to the news published in Kansas state collegian on January 25, 2012.
A student Worcestershire regulatory service has received recently many enquiries related to undesirable email claiming to be from a friend from overseas. Her interest was soon after irritated she responded, was encouraged to run basic errands for her boss who stated that he was out of town. When she received $4000 paycheck in her mail, it seems real, feasible check. Montes have no idea that all of her that money would soon stole from her bank account.
Chief security information officer Harvard Townsend said that there is at least one victim per semester. It's going on for many years. The criminals usually use the beginning of each semester of any university, as per the news published in Kansas state collegian dated January 25, 2012.
The scams are different but often include job offers of handsome salary. Many of the emails include few details of job description and do not have a valid name or company. Although these scams go beyond jobs ads.
Scammers usually take the advantage of the need of the user. Recently a Worcestershire regulatory service has received a number of enquiries related to undesirable emails declaring to be from a friend who is presently overseas.
The email generally states that the friend is in need of the money and requires money to be sent via western union money transfer. The emails contain personal details of the individual who are overseas.
Scams are manufactured in such a way that to grab the attention of the reader and play on their hopes and concerns, said by head of regulatory services Steve Jorden. These kinds of scams are generally unkind as it increases the concerns for safety of family and friends, according to the news published in Droitwich spa advertiser on January 26, 2012.
Moreover Townsend suggested verifying the contents of mail that will help to save your time and money. And if one has fall for the counterfeit operation, the best option is to contact ic3.gov so the government can trace down where the website or email addresses are originated.
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