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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

inukjob.com fake job offer (also ineurojob.com and hollandsjob.com)

This fake job offer from inukjob.com involves illegal money laundering, and it also seems that the scammers want to use your identity for "correspondence" which normally means things like reshipping stolen goods and identity theft.

From: Victim
To: Victim
Date: 6 February 2013 09:16
Subject: Looking for remote assistants, paid $ 100 per hour helping other people

Good afternoon!

Is it possible for you to spare a few hours a week to the new occupation, which would increase your wages in 2-3 times, without investing a penny?  While you are looking for the trick in this offer, hundreds of your compatriots have already been reaping the benefits of working with us.
This is not a financial pyramid or marketing of any kind. It's about doing simple assignments, not exceed the limits of morals or ethics.

Your gender, age, employment do not matter - the main factors are your diligence and conscientiousness.
Lots of our employees began with a part-time employment and combined with other jobs, but two weeks later,
most of them devoted themselves to our job.

We are in all respects ready to remove all your doubts and help you to understand all details.
Position is called the "Regional Manager".

Functional duties:
- to represent the interests of foreign companies in the region (For example:  providing your address for correspondence.)
- to take control of transactions between the company and the client in your area.

For more information, please, email us attaching your CV, the country and city of residence.
It will considerably increase your chances for employment. Email: Kelsey@inukjob.com

Best Regards,
PR Manager
I've seen another variant with a reply address of Delores@inukjob.com. In all these cases, the email appears to come from the victim (here's why). Let's dig a little deeper into the domain. It turns out that it is registered by scam-friendly Chinese registrar BIZCN.COM.

The WHOIS details are fake:

   Tara Zwilling info@inukjob.com
   315-362-4562 fax: 315-362-4511
   3201 Oak Street
   Syracuse NY 13221

There is no number 3201 Oak Street in Syracuse, New York (see for yourself) and the Zip code is incorrect, it should be 13203 and not 13221.

There's no web site, mail is handled by a server at (Exetel, Germany).  The following mailservers can be found at that IP:


You can assume that all these domains are fraudulent. If we dig a little deeper at the namesevers ns1.ariparts.net (also on and ns2.ariparts.net (, Level 3, US), then we can also find the following very dodgy domains:


All these domains have fake or hidden registration details and can assume to be part of a scam. Avoid.

Update: Another version, 

Date:     7 February 2013 16:53
Subject:     You can earn an additional $ 200 per day helping your communi

I would like to take this time to welcome you to our hiring process
and give you a brief synopsis of the position's benefits and requirements.

If you are taking a career break, are on a maternity leave,
recently retired or simply looking for some part-time job, this position is for you.

Occupation: Flexible schedule 2 to 8 hours per day. We can guarantee a minimum 20 hrs/week occupation
Salary: Starting salary is 2000 GBP per month plus commission, paid every month.
Business hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, MON-FRI, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM SAT or part time (UK time).

Region: United Kingdom.

Please note that there are no startup fees or deposits to start working for us.

To request an application form, schedule your interview and receive more information about this position
please reply to Rene@inukjob.com with your personal identification number for this position IDNO: 6376


wickedkoop said...

I got one too. Check this one out!

Job Category: Customer Support/Client Care
Reference Code: HJR/EU/558-875
Job Status: Full Time, Temporary/Contract/Project

Our company has branches in 32 countries worldwide, and we are looking for a Customer Service Representative.
This is a temporary position with the great opportunity of turning up to a permanent.
The responsibilities are the following: assistance in working with existing clients database, arranging and preparations,
final inspection, implementation of orders as well as all related documentation and paperwork in time.

You should respect deadline frames of your tasks.
Ensure all orders comply with customer routing guides and regulations.
Obtain proofs of delivery from companies and track orders.
Update corporate offices with order and delivery information, etc.

Requirements, the applicant should:
- have a minimum knowledge in sales and financial matters.
- to be sociable and responsible
- desire for a career growth and financial independence
- be able to work and earn money
For job process you should have mobile contact phone, Internet acces, email box and your knowledge and skills as well.

- Fully paid training period
- Competitive salary up to 2000 USD per month
- Promotion possibilities
- Friendly and professional work environment

For more information about the company and the position we are offering,
please fill in this registration form(listed below) and apply it to our contact email address Amanda@ineurojob.com:
- Your full name
- Your contact phone number
- Attach your CV to this email
After we will receive your registration form, one of our customer care representatives will contact you back and he will be the one who will provide all additional job related information to you.

HR department
Regards and thank you for choosing us.

Hogwasher said...

I've received (5 times now) the same enticement as wickedkoop. Only the numbers in the Reference Code and the name of the person in the contact email address change with each new email. Oddly, they appear (incorrectly) to come from people within my own company.

Unknown said...

These people (inukjob.com) have somehow hijacked my email and are sending out emails purporting to be from me, but with 'reply to Ricky@injukjob'com'. I have written to my ISP to try to get it stopped but don't know what else to do!

Conrad Longmore said...

@Unknown, they haven't hijacked your email at all.. the "From" address is trivially easy to fake. For some reason, it is a characteristic of this time of email that they forge the "From" address in this way. Annoying, yes, but nothing has been hacked or compromised.

Kistar said...

How do you know it's about money laundering? I've got the same email I was thinking about replying just to see what it is actually all about.

Conrad Longmore said...

@Kistar: no such company, fake domain details, the sending computer has been hijacked by malware.. and it follows the exact pattern that I have tracked many times before. It could well be the Lapatasker gang.

Kistar said...

Blimey! Thank you I will steer clear.