My spam filter tagged it, but the subject line made me think it might be a false positive.
Nope. It was spam all right.
This morning, I got eight copies.
OK here it is. Obviously a swindle, but I can't figure out how it's supposed to work.
Fishing for personal information, of course. Could just be to compile a list of known suckers for later. But is there something more to this particular come-on?
FWIW, the sender email@example.com , which is a hotmail-like account in Poland. But the spammer could be anywhere.
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Greetings, Due to the growth of the sphere of our activities we are now starting a recruiting campaign: 1. International Manager Vacancies available: 19 Location: USA, Australia, UK, Europe Earnings: 450-580 $ weekly (for the first trial month) Schedulen: part-time (4-6 hours per week) More information: Background Requirements You must be familiar to the bank transfers and other payment systems. You must have possibility to work at least 3 hours a day. You don't need any special or hogher education. You must be a PC-user (Internet, Email) To apply to this position, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please do not forget to fill in the following form: Due to temporary problems with our main mail server, the outgoing address is not working, please reply only to email@example.com 1. Your full name and surname: 2. The country you live in: 3. Your full address: 4. Your contact phone numbers (mobile, home, office, fax): 5. Your contact email addresses: NB: This job doesn't require any investments. Your only investment will be your free time. We provide full support. Thank you for your attention. Alice Piedener, Staff Manager firstname.lastname@example.org