June 28, 2016
I received this unsolicited email yesterday. It got past my spam filters so it must be legit, right?
We have a job in your area and we would like you to participate and complete the assignment.
Job Description :
1. You will receive funds for the task.
2. You will receive instructions for the task you via email in the location and details of the task.
3. You must complete the task as quickly as possible and quietly.
Once you sign up you will access to training materials and consederation.
The assignment will give you $200 per job of 2 assignment a week.
Provide the following information below if you interested:
1. Full Name :___
2 Your Address :___
3. Citys / States / Countrys :___
4. Zip Codes :___
5. Phones :___
6. Ages : .___
7. Gender :___
8. E-Mail :___
Thank you for participation. Your response would be greatly appreciated.
There’s no company name and no description of the job. It came from a foreign server and refers to a “task” which must be done “as quickly as possible and quietly.”
I think they want me to kill someone. I think I am being hired as an assassin.
FYI- that’s the real email, with the real sender’s information at the top and the real errors and misspellings. If you are interested in either becoming an assassin or having your identity stolen, contact them at your own risk. Tell ’em Mr. Blog sent ya!