another email im not so sure about!

@xXmeganxX (4422)
February 6, 2007 11:17am CST
hi there people, i appreciate your help last time and now i have another email that seems legitimate but im not so sure as it is well different, please could you respond and let me know what this email is all about! thanks alot in advance! you fit the description and meet the requirements detailed below, please get in touch quickly to take your application further. You are required to have a reliable computer with constant Internet access and capabilities, a valid E-mail account, basic Internet knowledge, and minimal typing skills. You must also be able to conduct yourself in a professional manner. This includes having excellent grammar and spelling when communicating with clients via E-mail. In addition to the above requirements, you MUST be able to follow instructions closely and completely! You will do all contact via E-mail, so you will not be required to call anyone at anytime. This allows you to work whichever hours are most convenient for you (days, night, or weekends). You will be processing applications, as well as filling out forms in specific company databases (this tends to be tedious a! t times, so please be sure that you have the patience to do so before proceeding).This is why you will need to have basic Internet knowledge, though the training provided will give you step-by-step instructions on how to perform these tasks properly. There are no “down-times” with this position, so you will have a constant flow of work to complete. THIS IS NOT A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME, so if that is what you are looking for please do not pursue this opportunity. You will be paid £25 for each application completed. The amount of money you make each week is entirely up to you, and how much time and effort you are willing to put in with this position. The average person makes £150-£350 each week. When you have been accepted as a Data Entry Clerk/Home Typist, you are considered an Independent Contractor. This means that your taxes will not be taken out; therefore, you will not be provided with any ! tax forms. THIS IS ENTIRELY YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. The training ! provided will go more in depth about what to do with your taxes. You will receive your pay through PayPal or whichever online payment portal you choose. When an application is completed, £25 will be credited to your PayPal account, which can be withdrawn into your bank account at your leisure. You can read about the security policies at www.paypal.com. There is a one-time non-refundable fee for the training package. This also includes all processing fees and training costs. We offer professional online support for as long as you may need us. This is a one-time fee, and there will be no other charges to you. We must accept this fee to cover training costs, processing fees, as well as to ensure that only serious applicants apply. This is a non-refundable fee, so be sure that you understand what you are doing before sending in your payment for the training materials. This fee will not be waived for anyone, and cannot be d! educted from your first pay. This is because if you do not process applications, you will not have a first pay, and we will have already taken the time to set you up, and train you. Once your payment is received, you will be sent a Training Pack via email, and you should be up and running in a few hours. Most applicants typically complete the training within 24 hours or less. However, you can do this at your leisure. Keep in mind that the sooner you go through the training materials, the sooner you will start earning money. I will be able to be contacted via E-mail at anytime after you have received your training materials to help you, or answer any questions you may have. If you are serious about this position, meet all the requirements, and are responsible enough to work from home, then please contact me via E-mail and I will inform you of the cost of the training packet, and how to set up a PayPal account to send the fee (if you do not a! lready have an account). Be! st regar ds,
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30 responses
@marlyse (1056)
• Switzerland
7 Feb 07
Even if it isnt spam, i have one rule and never had problems. as soon as i have to pay for something similar, i let it be. maybe i missed some good earning opportunities, but sure i missed lots of scammers.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
that's cool, thanks for responding and telling me. :O)
@lols189 (4797)
6 Feb 07
just ignore them girly they would take the eyes out the back of ur head if u had some, u no wat i mean. they will rob u blind so dont be doin it
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
i know yesh lols, hehe.. nah im not doing it anyway! :O)
@lols189 (4797)
7 Feb 07
good point my response init gid lol ha ha :-)
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
haha shut the fnhfsbt up hehe! lol i see your hoooome!
• India
7 Feb 07
hi this is vijay u r right to apply including that of sooner
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@KHyuga (1700)
• Singapore
7 Feb 07
No the job is probably a fake one and the thread starter would do well to not apply for it. May end up getting scammed.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
thanks alot for responding and letting me know, cheers! :O)
@buenavida (8192)
• Sweden
6 Feb 07
I am getting lots of offers all the time but if I don´t recognise the sender, it is most likely a scam. If the sender knows your name, it could be from a website where you asked for information and gave your name and email address. There are lots of scams out in the cyberspace so I would be very careful even if this is not spam.
@lols189 (4797)
7 Feb 07
i rated + 4 aunty nicky 2 as she has got a good point there
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there and no they don't know my name but they do know my email address from somewhere i don't know! i had a scam email last time off someone so maybe they have my email from them! thanks alot for responding and letting me know!
@emisle (3823)
• Ireland
6 Feb 07
If you're asked to pay money than stay away. I know from experience that these programs really hype up their program but in reality it's very disappointing.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
okay emisle, i will take your advice! thanks alot for responding and telling me. cheers! :O)
@lols189 (4797)
7 Feb 07
yes there all right girly
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@gabs8513 (48715)
• United Kingdom
11 Feb 07
Do not trust it again scrap it. Anything like that,Love, never trust just get rid and never ever give any details out at all. Have you not got a Spam Folder, if you have turn it on, it will go in there and then all you do, is delete it.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
11 Feb 07
i have got a spam folder yes but it was in my normal inbox hmm.. strange eh that's why i opened it! i will take all your great advice and not even respond to it, it's been deleted anyway, i don't have time to waste on people like that! thanks alot for responding! :O)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I have seen this offer before too! As soon as I seen nonrefundable I lost interest. My one mistake and I won't make it again was paying for a survey membership. I was lucky to run across an excellent web site when I was in search of reporting the company that ripped me off. This woman has created a website filled with many free money making opportunities and scam alerts. Maybe you can find something there. www.amylynn.org Good luck
@xXmeganxX (4422)
10 Feb 07
hey there, thanks very much for responding and letting me know also i shall check that link out sometime, cheers! :O)
• United States
7 Feb 07
Hello Megan. I wouldn't trust this company if I were you. If they don't have a telephone number, I don't deal with them. And they shouldn't be asking for money up front. It sounds like a scam to me. Good luck, Lloyd
@xXmeganxX (4422)
10 Feb 07
hey there Lloyd, thanks alot for responding and letting me know, i have ignored and deleted the email anyway! :O)
@toonatoons (3739)
• Philippines
7 Feb 07
you have registered in certain work-at-home sites, that's why they gave you an assessment. i've been meaning to sign-up in programs like this because they sound so promising, but the one-time fee sounds so shady it made me think twice. some people here in the community believe, as i do, that legitimate paying programs would never ask you for any payment whatsoever.
@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
yes that's right, i don't believe in paying sites for work either, thanks for responding! :O)
@shopkaro (284)
• India
7 Feb 07
hey may be this may also be a part of the marketing strategy of these sites.
@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
okay, thanks for responding and telling me. :O)
• Egypt
7 Feb 07
i can't have paypal at all so i can't advice you !
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
that's no problem, thanks for responding anyway!
@XxAngelxX (2832)
• Canada
7 Feb 07
Personally, I tend to shy away from the ones that require "you" to pay "them". There are not to many jobs out there that you have to pay for, it should work in the reverse. If you do decide to sign up, I wish you the best and please keep us updated on how it goes.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there angel, im not going to sign up incase they do scam me or i would of signed up, only i don't have money to throw away, LOL! thanks for responding anyway!
@anup12 (4180)
• India
7 Feb 07
Most of them are scams.I think where there is no investment that is quite safe to do.Rest all it's mostly scam sites you really don't have to try.As for this one you should chekc it out thoroughly.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hello and i would check it out but i don't have the company name, where the company is based or anything, the email shown above was that all they sent me! thanks for responding!
@abhiquest (580)
• India
7 Feb 07
This looks to be a spam. Report about it.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there and thanks for responding, i can't report it now because i have deleted it but if i do get anymore, then i will report them!
@KHyuga (1700)
• Singapore
7 Feb 07
Personally, I would advise against reacting to any email that is from a stranger, especially if it involves money.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there and thanks for telling me!
@peni88 (469)
• United States
7 Feb 07
scam,scam,scam. run,run,run very far. anyone asking for money to do a job is a scam.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there, LOL and thanks for responding to tell me, i will run as far as i can hehe.. cheers! :O)
• Philippines
7 Feb 07
This one is a better email but it's obviuosly a scam. Don't be fooled to this kind of email.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi and thanks for telling me, no im not going to be fooled into doing this, thanks again! :O)
@junior07 (973)
• India
7 Feb 07
they all are money making programs but i didn't think they pay any money.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
cheers, thanks alot for responding and telling me!
@crickethear (1420)
• United States
7 Feb 07
Don't fall for it, all those kind of emails are gimicks. There like a web, and when you hit it, they draw you in.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
thanks for letting me know!
@Rittings (673)
6 Feb 07
I have no idea what to say on this matter. It all depends on the context in which it was sent I guess... Sorry I can't be of more help. Love and Light.
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@xXmeganxX (4422)
7 Feb 07
hi there, that's okay, thanks for responding anyway!:O)