I'm telling you, I might just turn this into a regular feature. While Alex and I share the email@example.com address, this one found its way into my personal inbox. I don't know anyone else though that gets spam job offers from queer companies.
It is supposed to be from OutInAmerica.com's "recruiting company" using OIA's "welcome" e-mail address. The typos and bad English are another tip off. Worst, just as you make it to the end and you're thinking, "Ooooh. This was a really bad attempt to rip me off...", you get such a nice note telling you not to be suspicious.
Well, okay then. I mean, if the suspicious e-mail tells you not to suspect it, why would you? E-mail after the jump.
Subject: Out in America: Special offer
Date: March 17, 2008 7:34:40 PM GMT-04:00
Heller recruiting company in association with Out in America would like to suggest you a job.
It is permanent work-from-home opportunity. Here are brief position details:
Remuneration: Payment starting from $2500 monthly plus client's payments turnover bonus (payout approximately twice a month)
Employment type: Full-time. Part-time is also available.
Responsibilities / Duties:
-Managing cash and balancing receipts
-Operating within prescribed budgets
-Following up on accounts
-Good business acumen
-Honest, responsible, industrious
-PC, e-mail and the Internet skills
-Availability for job at lest from 9am to 1pm Mon-Sat your local time
-Ability to check e-mail several times a day
The promising candidate on this position has to possess competent and reliable approach to the performance of supplied tasks, to seek the best ways for fastest and perfect implementation of the current task, to be constantly available for contact during the working hours and to follow the essential instructions strictly.
If you are interested in the opening, please reply.
Please don't be suspicious of email you reply to. It is used for hiring process and prevents the Company emails from spam messages.