I received this email at a time when I really need a job. But it sounded too good to be true. Plus there was no address, city or state! How could they offer me a job? So I started looking on the internet and, voila, low and behold - here's the company that was offering me a job. Beware, if it is too good to be true, it usually is. Here's the email I received.
Secretary opening available - $25/hour?
From: Solid Jobs Now (email@example.com)
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Sent: Mon 2/16/09 8:24 AM
am currently seeking a motivated Secretary to join our team as soon as possible. Secretary will be responsible for office duties such as answering phones, sending and receiving all faxes, sending and receiving all mail, and ordering office supplies. This position offers $25/hour plus benefits, which we can discuss at the time you decide to interview.
Kathee, to avoid being flooded with applications and responses, I have only extended this opportunity to a select number of qualified individuals. Your online resume caught my attention, and I would like to start the interview process as soon as I possibly can. I am looking forward to hearing from you today, if at all possible. By selecting the hyperlink below, you can view more information about the position, benefits offered, our company, and send in your application as an available candidate.
I would like to apply for the Secretary position.
I hope to receive your application later today!
If you cannot access the webpage through the hyperlink, you can copy and paste the link at the bottom of this email into your browser.
Be very careful with your personal information. Hope this helps someone else.