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Fake jobs: and


Two new domains being used to recruit for fake jobs, which actually turn out to be illegal activities such as money laundering.

This is part of a long-running scam that has been going on for ages. One characteristic of the spam received is that it appears to come from your own email address (here’s why).

If you have any examples of spam using these domains for reply addresses, please consider sharing them in the Comments.

  1. Eva October 25, 2011

    e-mail link they sent: [email protected],bedank!

    Translated into the worst Dutch I’ve ever read.
    Coming in with myself as sender.
    My spam filter did not catch it.

  2. anneke zwijnenburg October 25, 2011

    got a mail from [email protected]
    a letter in dutch on which they say: no payment in advance to obtain a job, an indentificationnumber to login and so on. good jobs offered


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