Blog readers will know that I am a real Facebook fan, and it has been just amazing to see the spread of Facebook among folks working in the government (and in the tech industry serving government).
At this point, government folks run just about neck and neck with students/former students as the largest category of my Facebook friends, and I really believe Facebook is a very easy-to-use, low-cost way to create social bonds among people who don't see each other all the time, which in the context of government can really be helpful in a world calling for more and more cross-organizational collaboration.
asking me to sign on to yahoo messenger between the hours of 11AM - 5PM EST for a interview with Lisa Barkley [email protected]) who was supposedly a interview manager. I had a applied for a Shift Lead/ Cashier position through for company called Elecon Engineering .
This email or letter you receive about your winnings/opportunity will ask you to respond quickly or risk missing this rare opportunity.
You’re usually asked to pay some fees towards insurance costs, government taxes, bank fees, legal fees or courier charges to process your winnings.
Also request a direct phone number (land line) where you can call for more queries.
Yes, definitely contact them by way of their officially published email address.
It is designed so, to capture your personal confidential account information such as Customer ID, IPIN, Credit/Debit Card number, Card expiry date, CVV number, etc.
Customers’ email addresses are obtained / purchased by the fraudster through non-trusted sites where the customer would have revealed his email ID by means of casual browsing or shared it on chat rooms, blogs or mailing lists, etc. By phishing or other means of customer identity theft, the fraudster harvests customer Net Banking credentials i.e.
customer ID and IPIN with a motive to transfer money from customer account to another account holder of the same or different bank.
The beneficiary account holder is referred as a "Money Mule".
Anyway the email I received reference the Shift/Lead Cashier position and that I would make an hour with this job. The email was written poorly, and there was no company name and no email signature with contact information. If you get an email fromm I was texted by a woman who said she was a hiring manager from Goldman Sachs.