- Report: #854195
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Complaint Review: Maja Dudek
Maja DudekInternet United States of America
Maja Dudek Fraudulent email job offer Internet
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"My name is Maja Dudek. I am one of the owners of a small auction where
the European sellers give the production for the American citizens.
I think you know what the auction is. Our auction differs from others
by caring of the clients. We have developed the program the Guarantor.
The essence of this program is to secure our clients against swindle
and to accelerate the process of exchanging goods-money (money-goods)
between the buyer and the seller. Our auction extends on the territory
of the USA and our company require new employees. We received your CV
from "Careerbuilder.com" If you have free time you can use our offer
to have the additional income. You will have the additional income
about $2500 - $3000.
You work as the intermediary between the buyer and the seller. We do
not ask you to advertise the goods and accept participations in the
goods sale. It will be done by the seller. This work is not difficult
but very responsible. YOU NOT to PAY ANY MONEY to BEGIN. If you are
interested in this job,you can write me and i will send you a detailed
Sincerely yours,Maja Dudek"
This does not feel like a job that is legit. It has multiple spelling and grammatical errors.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/15/2012 08:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Maja-Dudek/internet/Maja-Dudek-Fraudulent-email-job-offer-Internet-854195. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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