Shipping mule - Fraudulent credit card theft - scam jobs

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Date: Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 10:46 AM
Subject: Job opening ; ID / G3SXD0Z2721919.
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Hello !

Please, have glance at the following proposal.

General Transnational Shipper inc has opened the vacancy of a delivery employee. In case you have received this letter, that means the online recruitment department officers have seen your CV on the web, since our recruiting department is searching for candidates on the web.

General Transnational Shipper inc is a European company which is located in Poland (Warsaw). This corporation provides retail sales and forwarding of a lot of products (mostly modern electronics devices) and vending it to European clients. We have been rather prosperous on this market since 2005.

Your obligations will involve receiving goods and forwarding them via United States Postal Service and many other services.

You do not have to put in any money from your pocket. The salary is $1,500 monthly minimal amount and it is derived from every task rate with unlimited peak.

The demanded qualification will be as follows:

- aged 18 years old minimum
- be situated at indicated address on a regular basis
- a computer equipped with web availability
- have daytime contact dial number.

You do not need to have any optional space for keeping the products.

This letter will be deemed as a formal offer of appointment and it does not involve any suspicious activity.

In case you are interested, please contact us via email :

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Subject: Job opening ;  ID / G3SXD0Z2721919.
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 00:46:55 +0900

 What to do if you have been "hired" by shipping scammers (

  • Don’t accept packages at your address for people you don’t know.
  • Stop all communication with operators who try to solicit your help in reshipping items.
  • If you already have merchandise from such an offer, don’t mail it.
  • Keep all correspondence (e-mails, faxes, etc.) related to these scams.
  • Contact Postal Inspectors at 1-877-876-2455. 

They’ll help you return stolen items back to the proper owners.

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