Offering a part-time job

Offering a part-time job

Post by 52052 » Wed, 07 Nov 2007 18:08:10

 I am seeking cooperator, part-time job and gaining much profits.
We are from China. And our business is internation trade by internet
for many years. Our products is best selling in Europe. And Our
products have Top quality.
Now we are seeking cooperators in Europe. If you do this business, you
will gain eur1000 to eur3000 per month.
We provide products and pay shipping cost. It is easy, and you do it
only by internet.
This is a opporunity. Please contact me if you have any question, we
can talking for detail.


 
 
 

Offering a part-time job

Post by Sal M. Onell » Thu, 08 Nov 2007 14:46:48



>  I am seeking cooperator, part-time job and gaining much profits.
> We are from China. And our business is internation trade by internet
> for many years. Our products is best selling in Europe. And Our
> products have Top quality.
> Now we are seeking cooperators in Europe. If you do this business, you
> will gain eur1000 to eur3000 per month.
> We provide products and pay shipping cost. It is easy, and you do it
> only by internet.
> This is a opporunity. Please contact me if you have any question, we
> can talking for detail.



 It's probably lead paint for toys.
 
 
 

Offering a part-time job

Post by K7IT » Thu, 08 Nov 2007 16:07:26





> >  I am seeking cooperator, part-time job and gaining much profits.
> > We are from China. And our business is internation trade by internet
> > for many years. Our products is best selling in Europe. And Our
> > products have Top quality.
> > Now we are seeking cooperators in Europe. If you do this business, you
> > will gain eur1000 to eur3000 per month.
> > We provide products and pay shipping cost. It is easy, and you do it
> > only by internet.
> > This is a opporunity. Please contact me if you have any question, we
> > can talking for detail.


>  It's probably lead paint for toys.

Much more likely, it's a scam:
"You only need to send us $100 to get started, and we ship the product
to you."
"There's been a small snag, and we will need another $100 for
licensing."
"An official is giving us a bad time, and we need $1000 to make sure
that he cooperates."
If it was ligit, why advertise it here, when it has nothing to do with
antennas?
 
 
 

Offering a part-time job

Post by Roy Lewalle » Thu, 08 Nov 2007 17:32:36


> Much more likely, it's a scam:
> "You only need to send us $100 to get started, and we ship the product
> to you."
> "There's been a small snag, and we will need another $100 for
> licensing."
> "An official is giving us a bad time, and we need $1000 to make sure
> that he cooperates."
> If it was ligit, why advertise it here, when it has nothing to do with
> antennas?

It's certainly a scam. The only thing open for speculation is which one.
One of the scams requiring a "representative" in another company
involves purchasing goods with stolen credit card numbers and having
them shipped to the "representative" aka the mark. The mark ships them
to the scammer in a country with lax law enforcement, with the promise
of a big commission or whatever other promises are necessary to keep
him/her on the hook. Of course the commissions never come, the mark is
out the substantial shipping charges, and when the Visa guys come
knocking, the mark's house, not the scammer's, is where they'll come.
One of the network expos programs followed a package clear to the
scammer in, as I recall, Niger. Part of bait keeping the sad middle aged
man on the hook were pictures of a *** young lady with appropriate
suggestive messages and promises of marriage.

I get about a half dozen of these (offers to be a "representative", that
is, not promises from *** young ladies) among the 200 or so spams I
receive every day. Anybody interested in hot deals just let me know.
*** enlargement is currently the runaway popularity leader, but
there's quite a bit of variety.

Roy Lewallen, W7EL

 
 
 

Offering a part-time job

Post by Sal M. Onell » Fri, 09 Nov 2007 10:15:37


< snip >

> > > This is a opporunity. Please contact me if you have any question, we
> > > can talking for detail.


> >  It's probably lead paint for toys.

> Much more likely, it's a scam:

< snip >

Oh, yeah.  (I was playing off the toy-recall stories.)