Personal Data Protection & Mobile Security Solutions

Please DO NOT Respond to Emails for Money Making or Business Opportunities Ever!

by bwardell on April 18, 2011

It is Monday again, and there is MORE MADDness in the CyberHood Today I received an interesting email that I thought sounded sort of legit and had maybe a interesting job potential, seeing how I am involved with IT services and so knowing what I know…

I thought it was worth a double-check before deleting IT, and GUESS what??

There is a 99.99% chance they’re (this) all email scams, phishing emails, biz opp scams, and even more ways of fraud – they may be using downloader programs plus JavaScript installers, keyloggers and/or Malicious Malware, etc… See Below For This Example.


From: Soft IT Tech |
Date: Friday, April 18, 2011 3:15 AM
To: Undisclosed recipients:;
Subject: Part-Time Employment Project

Dear Recipient,

Our Company is a new IT / Computer Services Company and we are in need of pioneer Personal Assistants, Secretaries and Customer Care Representatives. Successful Applicants will service their areas and work from their locations. Candidates must be sharp, well organized and able to work independently. Applicants must be available to start work immediately. Positions are available on Part Time.

- Experience can be an advantage but not relevant
- Flexible schedules
- Pay is $700 per week
- Weekly Pay Check
- Transportation Expense Payment of $250 weekly

Email up-to-date resume back to us. Details will be provided upon your response.

Gary Leon
Boise, Idaho


The information transmitted is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain proprietary, business-confidential and/or privileged material. If you are not the intended recipient of this message you are hereby notified that any use, review, retransmission, dissemination, distribution, reproduction or any action taken in reliance upon this message is prohibited. If you received this in error, please contact the sender and delete the material from any computer.

Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender and may not necessarily reflect the views of the company.


So they made it sound very legit, but…

A very quick search of the email address & name of the company details, will result more info that you can imagine on the high possibility of fraud and/or cybercriminals, and the illegal activities of the sender!!!

Click here: Soft IT Tech and/or   These type of searches will take you listings of anti-fraud articles and postings or to dead pages, either way you know you should not (NEVER) send any information, or contact them for any reason! If you do you will be on their master list of millions off victims and/or potential victims that will be sold on the underground networks or by black-market racketeers!!!

Go Here: To learn more about Malware and Fraud!

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