Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#1757 by EmaimiSlime Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:03 am
Mod edit - edited to show this was a scam post by, EmaimiSlime, who is a Russian scammer - SP

The post below was posted by a scammer, ImapExchange is a scam, they were using these fake sites to scam people:

www.imapexchange.net
www.imapexchange.biz

The site is listed here as a fake jobs website:

http://www.data-wales.co.uk/ni_fake_jobs.htm

More information on them here, where you can see the same scam email format as posted below:

http://www.google.com/search?client=ope ... 8&oe=utf-8

This is the post made here by the scammer:

ImapExchange is a leading electronic funds transfer company with core business values and a great concern for the general well being and
satisfaction of our customers. The scope of our expertise enables
ImapExchange to respond effectively to any challenge our clients care
to set us. ImapExchange is made up of a sophisticated network of agents in six continents, having in common a blend of intelligence, talent and
expertise, harnessed to bring competitive advantage to the client. We
move money all over the world today and make every corner of the
world accessible to ImapExchange customers! For that reason, we shall be happy to welcome you - people competent, pro-active, energetic and purposeful - among our Company's staff. If you do wish to join us, you should demonstrate your ability to bring benefit to the Company, so forward your resume to our HR manager at [email protected] and we shall be happy to meet you.


This is an example of another ImapExchange scam email found on the internet, notice the similarities at the start of the email, it's all the same text as the one posted by the scamemr above:

ImapExchange is a leading electronic funds transfer company with core business values and a great concern for the general well being and
satisfaction of our customers. The scope of our expertise enables
ImapExchange to respond effectively to any challenge our clients care to
set us. ImapExchange is made up of a sophisticated network of agents in
six continents, having in common a blend of intelligence, talent and
expertise, harnessed to bring competitive advantage to the client. We
move money all over the world today and make every corner of the
world accessible to ImapExchange customers! For that reason, we shall be happy to welcome you - people competent, pro-active, energetic and purposeful - among our Company's staff. If you do wish to join us, you should demonstrate your ability to bring benefit to the Company, so forward your resume to our HR manager at [email protected] and we shall be happy to meet you.

You can always find a list of the specialist vacancies most demanded by
the Company at the moment on our website. On the same website, you may also find an application form to fill out.

a.. Decent reward.
b.. Social security package and medical insurance.
c.. Free seminars and skills training

If you are interested in this vacancy, you may forward us your resume to
[email protected] or fill out a special form on our website.
ImapExchange Remote Assistant

Ideal candidates will thrive in an entrepreneurial environment and have
the desire to manage their own operation. The task of the Remote
Assistant is to process payments between our partners. clients and our
company, in particular:

a.. Managing cash and balancing receipts
b.. Operating within prescribed budgets
c.. Following up on accounts

Salary

$1.000.00 USD bi-weekly during the trial period plus 2% commission from
each transaction (your commissions will be increased up to 3% after the
trial period)

Qualifications:
a.. Good business acumen.
b.. Maturity age.
c.. Honest, responsible, industrious
d.. PC, e-mail and the Internet skills
e.. Prior experience of processing checks/wire transfers/money orders
is preferable, but not obligatory.
f.. Ability to check e-mail several times a day.
g.. No less than 2 working hours per day (possibly in the evening).

General:
a.. Internet
remote operations;
b.. Part-time job (1-3 hours per day);
c.. Possibility to combine with main job;
d.. The brief training course is enclosed.
If you are interested in this vacancy, you may forward us your resume to
[email protected].
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#1758 by ChrisSmith Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:10 am
Hi EmaimiSlime.

Definitely a scam as I'm sure you know.
Just a quick point. When you post a scam letter, could you post the full header with it as well? It gives us a bit more information and we can sometimes look and see if the scammer is operating elsewhere as well. :wink:

#1759 by Scam Patroller Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:13 am
@ EmaimiSlime, your post above looks like you are a spammer, well at least I think so anyway, the only references to it on Google are identical spam posts of the same message, but I think we will leave it here for now as it is a scam.

Would you care to explain why you posted it, did you receive it via email, or are you a spammer, before I decide what to do with your post?

You give your loaction in your profile as the Philippines, but your IP address places you in the Russian Federation!

[edit]

You are a scammer, your IP address is all over Google as a scammer, including some more identical posts to what you posted above:

http://www.google.com/search?client=ope ... 8&oe=utf-8

Remember, if it seems to good to be true, then it is.

http://www.419eater.com - http://www.aa419.org

#1763 by Michelle Mon Aug 20, 2007 12:03 pm
jason.greenberg doesn't seem to want to accept mail at the moment !!

This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification

Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:


[email protected]


Technical details of permanent failure:

PERM_FAILURE: SMTP Error (state 16): 554 delivery error: dd Sorry your message to [email protected] cannot be delivered. This account has been disabled or discontinued [#101]. - mta156.mail.re3.yahoo.com

#1781 by ChrisSmith Tue Aug 21, 2007 4:36 am
So a scammer has spammed his scam in an internet forum that specifically warns against this type of letter?

Proof that some of these people are about as clever as a sack of spanners.

#1782 by Pat Hamilton Tue Aug 21, 2007 4:43 am
^^^ It's a bit like a Darwin Award, only this time it's given to scammers who 'out' themselves. Maybe we should call it a Soludo Award?

#1807 by SlayerFaith Tue Aug 21, 2007 10:18 pm
That's very nearly as funny as the scammers who post their fake websites on aa419.org :lol: :lol: :lol:

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