A Warning of a new kind of scam has been issued by specialist fraud protection company Early Warning today.
The latest scam, which is becoming as wide spread as the 419 scams, is the lucrative offer of working part time from your own home for bogus overseas companies.
The offer is made by the fraudsters in a spam email offering you the chance of acting as a company rep for the fraudster’s non existent company. The work involves you using your address and bank account to collect and forward money overseas into the fraudster’s bank account, normally by wire transfer.
Early Warning warns all members of the public not to fall for this chance of earning easy money as they could face a long term of imprisonment for money laundering, as the monies you will be handling are most likely to be the proceeds of crime.
Comments Early Warning MD Andrew Goodwill, “Criminal audacity is never to be underestimated. This type of fraud is one of the simplest and therefore potentially most costly deceptions. Costly not just in money but in your liberty.
Our company, Euroimperial, LLC works in the market for a long time and we are the leaders in this activity.
Now we have started our activity in the territory of the UK and we need to employ people in the UK.
Any interested person can become our manager.
* You will earn from 500 to 700 pounds per week, working few hours per day.
* You can easily combine our work and your primary work.
* Any person located in the UK can become our manager.
* We will provide training during the work.
If you are interested in our offer and if you would like to know more details about cooperation with us
we ask you to send your CV to our e-mail email@example.com
Our managers will contact you within several hours.
Thank you for your attention
George Brown, Euroimperial, LLC
Notes to Editors
Early Warning UK Ltd manages and administers the online repository of known CNP frauds which can be found at http://www.early-warning.org.uk and makes this data available to other authorized retailers. Early Warning develops and markets products that allow access to this data-sharing facility. In addition, Early Warning UK is also involved with bespoke development projects in the area of fraud prevention.
Further information can be obtained by calling Andrew Goodwill @ Early Warning UK Ltd on 08708744999, or by emailing Andrew.Goodwill@early-warning.org.uk
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