This is an *almost* of the job email scam world. Let me show you.
from Kuame King email@example.com
date 24 August 2011 07:21
subject Position available – ID _ (M13141674062393014610)..
Signed by yahoo.com
So far, so typical.
Insanely long job ID, rather than an actual title that might explain what the “job” is.
Sent from a Yahoo email address which bears no resemblance to the name of the sender. Perfect.
Sent to a Hotmail address, and BCC’d to one of my email addresses so I both get it, and know that it is spam. Textbook.
But it goes downhill from there:
Our company is pleased to offer you a well-paid part-time job.
Location : UK
If you are interested, please reply to : firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details.
WTF do you call that?
You were so close. The parts are all there, but you’ve fallen at the final fence.
Having sent it from a Yahoo address, obviously you tell me to reply to an equally unrelated-to-your-fake-name Gmail address. Any fool knows that.
You’ve signed it off from a well-known reputable organisation that wouldn’t be seen dead using a Yahoo address? Pfft. This is kids stuff.
Have you spotted what is wrong with it? Well, it should be written more like this:
Our companys has paragoned your details to offer you well paid-part time-job.
Location: United Kingdom of Britain
interested, Send CV details of bank accounts and vital statistics to kljuihdf email@example.com
*Marks as spam*