I received an offer of a job yesterday!!
Our company offers you an excellent possibility to earn quickly.
It is a good chance to earn easily 2.000 – 5.000 EUR in a month,
and it will not take more than 1 hour a day. For this you should
have one or several bank accounts. More accounts you have more will
be your gain.
The procedure is following. We make a transfer on your account,
usually it is around 5.000 – 8.000 EUR. As soon as money comes, you
withdraw it in cash. For your service you take 20 percent of the amount
received. Then you send the rest of the money back by Western Union.
For example, we make a transaction of 5.000 EUR to your account,
you go to the bank and collect the total amount. Then you take 1.000 EUR
as your remuneration and send 4.000 EUR back to our receiver via
Western Union Money Transfer Service. Western Union fee is paid by receiver.
Our company is located in Estonia. We need only bank details
which are necessary to make the transaction of funds on your account.
We don’t ask you any supplementary data and there is no risk for your
privacy. You run the only one risk of becoming undesirable client
for the bank.
You can email all your questions to the address firstname.lastname@example.org
Looks good, doesn’t it.
They send me their money, and I send it back to them again, and I get paid for it.
They have a system where they shift their own money out and back again and for each shift they lose 20%? That seems like an excellent way of losing money? Are they incredibly bad at mathematics? Are they just plain stupid? Are they looking for the job of Irish Minister for Finance?
Or are they going to post me a [dud] cheque, and I send my money back by Western Union, so that they gain my money and lose a dud cheque?
I am going to reply to them and accept their offer.
I will send them some of my details.
I will also insist that they send me their money by Western Union first.