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Sunday, 19 June 2011

Fake job domains 19/6/111

A whole batch of domains advertising fake jobs today (mostly money mule operations). These were are registered two days ago to the fictitious "Leonid Pravduk" registrant that we have seen recently, and form part of the very long running "Lapatasker" series of scam domains.

europe-hire.net
green-westeurope.com
hosting-europ.com
newgreen-europ.com
traffic-europ.com
us-totaljob.com
usa-totaljob.com


Avoid these, basically.. but if you do have a sample email, feel free to share it in the comments.

20 comments:

Joseph Staw said...

This is one of many many scam emails,- good for you to know:

Great opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!

World Wide Youth Exchange is currently seeking Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.


A good knowledge of how schools and the education system work Excellent interpersonal skills in order to communicate with a range of different people Good organisation and report writing skills Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge Internet access (at home or at work) Minimum age requirement: 21 years No criminal background

Great compensation ($15.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Please send your resume to: Clark@usa-totaljob.com

Joseph Staw said...

This sort of scam spam is coming in huge quantity.
It is signed under: "Clark" "Alvaro" "Leonel" and many other names.

Great opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!

World Wide Youth Exchange is currently seeking Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.


A good knowledge of how schools and the education system work Excellent interpersonal skills in order to communicate with a range of different people Good organisation and report writing skills Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge Internet access (at home or at work) Minimum age requirement: 21 years No criminal background

Great compensation ($15.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Please send your resume to: Leonel@usa-totaljob.com

Ravenbear said...

I am getting these emails on several email accounts..


Great opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!

World Wide Youth Exchange is currently seeking Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to place and
supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.


A good knowledge of how schools and the education system work
Excellent interpersonal skills in order to communicate with a range of different people
Good organisation and report writing skills
Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge
Internet access (at home or at work)
Minimum age requirement: 21 years
No criminal background

Great compensation ($15.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment
are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Please send your resume to: Johnathan@usa-totaljob.com

GT3 said...

What's even more upsetting is that they are using MY email to send these out. How do they do that?


Great opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!

World Wide Youth Exchange is currently seeking Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.


A good knowledge of how schools and the education system work Excellent interpersonal skills in order to communicate with a range of different people Good organisation and report writing skills Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge Internet access (at home or at work) Minimum age requirement: 21 years No criminal background

Great compensation ($15.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Please send your resume to: Willis@usa-totaljob.com

Sam said...

I must really rate :) they are offering me $16.50 an hour :)


Top Compensation!
Great Team!

Terrific opportunity for motivated individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!
Global Youth Exchange is currently seeking International Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to
place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.

If you like working with teenagers and host families you will love this job, however,
sometimes it can be very challenging :)

Minimum age requirement: 21 years
Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge
Internet access (at home or at work)
No criminal background

Great compensation (we are paying $16.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment
are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Feel free to send your resume to: August@us-totaljob.com

Fernweher said...

My copy of a fake job email. Gmail caught it as spam, look at all the grammar errors!

"Great opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!

World Wide Youth Exchange is currently seeking Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to place and
supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.


A good knowledge of how schools and the education system work
Excellent interpersonal skills in order to communicate with a range of different people
Good organisation and report writing skills
Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge
Internet access (at home or at work)
Minimum age requirement: 21 years
No criminal background

Great compensation ($15.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment
are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Please send your resume to: Aileen@usa-totaljob.com"

Em said...

Another one - different story...
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"Countries of interest: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia

We sell proprietary information reports on green technology, renewables and alternative energy sources themes.

We are looking for companies to represent us in above mentioned countries.

You should be a company owner or a top management member, holding full power of attorney of the said company.

The main activity will be managing receivables from our sales.

We offer a commission based colaboration, therefore tied directly to our sales volumes.

Positive and long relationship with local or international financial institutions is essential, we will enquire for references.

Contacts: Bruce@newgreen-europ.com"

VPN said...

This is all about money laundering. If you respond and they deem you are a real victim, they will wire money through your bank account, have you open new accounts, and so on. It's just a way to keep the authorities behind as they move around funds from illegal activities.

Also, after my 4th report about their domain to mx.yandex.ru, they gave up and moved their mail hosting to gmail.com. Kind of funny that gmail doesn't care about criminal mailboxes when Yandex did.


If you see a new domain (and you will, they change weekly) you should report it immediately to their mail server's provider.

Domain patterns I have blocked so far:

/all.westeurope.com/ REJECT Spam
/resume.eur.com/ REJECT Spam
/europ.consult.com/ REJECT Spam
/cv.uniongroup.com/ REJECT Spam
/westeur.consult.com/ REJECT Spam
/alleurope.consult.com/ REJECT Spam
/@europ.union.com/ REJECT Spam
/@consult.europ.com/ REJECT Spam
/@newgreen.europe.com/ REJECT Spam
/@first.euro.com/ REJECT spam
/@europjob.com/ REJECT Spam
/@europjob.org/ REJECT Spam
/@1new.position.com/ REJECT Spam
/@europe.joblist.com/ REJECT Spam
/@traffic.dc.com/ REJECT Spam
/@cosulting.eu.com/ REJECT Spam
/@totaljob.eu.com/ REJECT Spam
/@newgreen.europ.com/ REJECT Spam

Squeak said...

@GT3, I had the same concern. From me, to me (plus several other addresses, of course)

Top Compensation!
Great Team!

Terrific opportunity for motivated individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!
Global Youth Exchange is currently seeking International Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to
place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.

If you like working with teenagers and host families you will love this job, however,
sometimes it can be very challenging :)

Minimum age requirement: 21 years
Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge
Internet access (at home or at work)
No criminal background

Great compensation (we are paying $16.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment
are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Feel free to send your resume to: Angie@us-totaljob.com

Steve S. said...

I have been getting these as well. The appear to come from my or any other email address we have on our domain. They are using an emulator to make it appear to come from ourselves. I don't believe they are sending email to anyone using our address.

Sleeper said...

Subject: Green Technology Offer

Countries of interest: UK, Ireland, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway

We sell proprietary information reports on green technology, renewables and alternative energy sources themes.

We are looking for companies to represent us in above mentioned countries.

You should be a company owner or a top management member, holding full power of attorney of the said company.

The main activity will be managing receivables from our sales.

We offer a commission based colaboration, therefore tied directly to our sales volumes.

Positive and long relationship with local or international financial institutions is essential, we will enquire for references.


Contacts: Pamela@green-westeurope.com

BFine said...

I have been looking for work and was so excited this morning when I got this email, because it looked so real. I thought it was in response to a job I had applied for. It was the Global Youth Exchange letter paying $16.50 per hour.

How do we stop these people from preying on people who are seeking legitimate employment?

Thanks for your blog, otherwise I may have taken the bait.

Fernweher said...

These job emails do not look legitimate in any way. A real job offer will not have spelling and grammar errors in the message.

These emails do not seem to ask for financial or personal information, that is another way to spot a scam. I wonder what benefit they get from people sending in their resumes? Regardless, beware of any job offer that seems "to good to be true."

GhostyDog said...

This just hit my inbox

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Countries of interest: UK, Ireland, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway

We sell proprietary information reports on green technology, renewables and alternative energy sources themes.

We are looking for companies to represent us in above mentioned countries.

You should be a company owner or a top management member, holding full power of attorney of the said company.

The main activity will be managing receivables from our sales.

We offer a commission based colaboration, therefore tied directly to our sales volumes.

Positive and long relationship with local or international financial institutions is essential, we will enquire for references.


Contacts: Keven@green-westeurope.com

Dima T. said...

Received this one yesterday, that "supposedly" came from my yahoo account:

Open Vacancy - Working Part or Full Time

Top Compensation!
Great Team!

Terrific opportunity for motivated individuals ready to move ahead in a great career!
Global Youth Exchange is currently seeking International Exchange Co-ordinators nationwide to
place and supervise foreign exchange students for summer programs, as well as semester and academic year.

If you like working with teenagers and host families you will love this job, however,
sometimes it can be very challenging :)

Minimum age requirement: 21 years
Good computer skills and MS Office knowledge
Internet access (at home or at work)
No criminal background

Great compensation (we are paying $16.50/hour), immediate start and your own working environment
are just a few of the benefits of this position.

Feel free to send your resume to: Justine@us-totaljob.com

Grombler said...

Here's another that has been received dozens of times. Truly poor English means that not only are these Russians low life, they're thick too:


Welcome!

I am a superintendent of Human Resources department of a large international company.

Our enterprise is inseparably connected with a great number of various activities, like:
- real estate
- logistics
- supporting in opening of banking accounts
- etc.


And our company currently has vacant positions of regional managers in Europe:
- pay 2.300 ? + premium
- part-time employment
- flextime

If you find the offer of ours worthy, we'd really like you to send us your contact details for further communication. Newton@europe-hire.net

Attention! We are only looking for European citizens!

We sincerely thank you for the time you spent reading this and look forward to starting working with you.

Luc slosse said...

Here we go

"Salute!

I’m an HR manager in a large international company and I’m glad to inform you about new vacancies in our company.

This company can be found in various branches, such as:
- estate property
- logistics
- supporting in opening of banking accounts
- etc.


At this particular moment we are looking for specialist in Europe:
- salary 2.400 + bonus
- 1 - 2 working hours per day
- flexible working time

When you decide to become a part of stable organization, send us your personal information so we could call you back and conduct a prior interview. Maritza@europe-hire.net

We are looking for the people who have an official permission to work in Europe!

We look forward to a successful long-term working relationship in the future."

TopTravelAngebot.de said...

I receive these mails about 10 times a day - from my own email address! Does anyone have any idea how to get rid of them? If I place them in spam, all mails with my own address go to spam. Anyone a solution? thks in advance. Janneke info@toptravelangebot.de

Hello!

I am writing to you on behalf of the large corporation where I work at the Human Resources department.

Our enterprise is inseparably connected with a great number of various activities, like:
\ real estate
\ founding and abatement of enterprises
\ private undertaking service
\ etc.


We need a person to fill the vacant position of a regional manager in Europe:
- earnings up to ˆ USD +bonus
- max 3-4 business hours a day
- flexible working schedule

Be ready to provide us with your contact information so that our representatives could arrange an interview with the personnel director for a job. Raphael@europe-hire.net

Be informed! Candidates from Europe are needed only!

We appreciate the increased interest you have placed in our company and assure you that we are happy to cooperate with you.

Conrad Longmore said...

If you are getting spam email "from" yourself, then it might be a configuration problem with your spam filter. Make sure that you are not whitelisting your own domain or email address, your mail admin should be able to help.

Zydake said...

Hey there :) … they spoofed my email address… here's what they posted.

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Good afternoon!

I represent a large multinational firm where I work in the Human Resources department.

This company can be found in various branches, such as:
* real estate
* founding and abatement of enterprises
* supporting in opening of banking accounts
* etc.


At the present time we have vacancies to be filled by European residents only:
- pay 2.300 ? + premium
- 2 - 3 working hours per day
- free timetable

If you find this interesting, we look forward to getting to know you and kindly ask you to provide us your contact details. Kieth@europe-hire.net

Attention! We are recruiting only those who have a right to work in Europe!

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any other queries regarding the job and one of our representatives will gladly assist you.

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