Victim Location 27403
Type of a scam Employment
I came across a virtual assistant job on Indeed so I applied. I should have realized that they asked for a resume sent to a gmail account. What they were offering was too good to be true and once I started digging I found many scams reported saying they’d send you a check…I didn’t let it get that far. She responded 24 hrs later with the following:
Snap-on Tools received your resume.After a thorough review of your resume, I am pleased to announce that you are offered the position of Virtual Assistant. Your first assignment will begin on October 7th, 2019. You will report after the completion of each assignment to me via my email, and you will be expected to provide with 6-7 hours of work per week.
The details of the assignment to be carried out from your location from time to time are listed below:
– Booking for conferences,
– Booking for travels
– Booking for hotels
All these tasks shall be completed using our licensed application software which will be supplied to you by our independent developer.
The following skills are required:
– Good communications skills via Text, Email and Chat.
The pay for this position will be $400 USD per week and $30 will be added to every extra hour. You will be given an assignment per week. This amount will
be paid by check. Interview is not required for this position as this is a part-time position.
This role will be considered part-time, so you will not be eligible for overtime compensation. The agreement between you and me will be classified as at-will, which means either party may terminate the agreement at any time, for any reason, with or without notice.
If you choose to accept this position, please reply this email with a brief letter of acceptance.
Please be aware and if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.