Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#83408 by A.B. Sat Jan 28, 2012 2:19 am
Sir/Madam,

I am writing to inquire if you might be interested in part-time employment with
our company.

JINYU Industry Group (China) is looking for energetic and committed
individuals to fill the part-time receivables clerk position, As a receivables
clerk, you will be in charge of processing and facilitating investment funds
transfers initiated by our US clients under the
supervision of the regional manager. A perfect candidate should be a good
COMMUNICATOR who is also comfortable with numbers. College education or basic
administrative experience is a plus.

No relocation is required from a successful candidate. This opening is a great
opportunity for those looking for
a reasonable trade-off between income and work load, such as senior citizens or
self-employed individuals.

JINYU Industry Group (China) is a high-tech enterprise through ISO 9001:2000
quality management system certification, and our factory got the honor of
environmental protection, founded in 1984 and registered manufacturing company
offering heating element and molybdenum disilicide heating elements.

The position is commission-based, and it will typically take up to 6 hours per
week to fulfill your duties: coordinate payments from our clients, receive
payments which come in form of checks, and forward 90% of funds received to the
proper branch office, as instructed. The remaining 10% is your wage. Since this
position is need-based, you will have plenty of free time while enjoying a good
income, Your commission is available immediately, so there
is no need to wait for the payroll check in the end of the month.

As regards the tax, you will be paying your income tax, either as an individual
or as a business entity,
calculated as a percentage of the commissions received for fulfilling your
duties.

In order to qualify for the position, you must be a permanent US resident aged
30 and above.

Interested applicants should reply with the below to :Mr Lee
Masamoto([email protected])

Full Name:

Full residential address:

phone numbers:

Present Occupation:

Age:

As soon as we receive your reply one of our Human Resource Managers will contact
you through email, with an approval letter if the management decides you are a
successful candidate.

Markofski Kelly

HR MANAGER

All reponse must be sent to EMAIL: ( [email protected])


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#83597 by Discipleman Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:52 am
Received e-mail stating work from home, need's name, address, phone, immediate pay, after we approve you. Now wanting bank account, and every personal aspect they could get ! I don't believe i would give these thing's he asked to my wife....MR. LEE MASAMOTO OF JINYU INDUSTRY GROUP. Don't know how it work's but i don't think so.. :shock:
#83657 by Bubbles Mon Jan 30, 2012 2:04 am
Welcome to ScamWarners Discipleman. That is a scam. Please post up the email address you received the "invitation" from. That will help ohters who are checking to see if they are dealing with a scammer.

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