I gots me a job offer! I love scammers!

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I am to be paid $800 per week to just be a "package manager".
Let us dissect this.

Being a letter of an offer for employment to me I'm not even going to go into the punctuation, spelling or wrong usage of capitalization showing me I have no interest in being an employee of your company.

First of all the email is from Lisa Reed. Her email address is [email protected]
Rahul is Indian with a dot name usually used by males. High there Lisa. Eeeww!

We offer a very attractive beginning compensation package with other perks.
We will also coach you so that you can be successful in your new position. We got your contact information from ****** and thought with your expertise, you'd be a valuable inclusion to our team. Simply reply to this address and a member of our HR department will contact you. Ignore this email if you are not in a position to join us at the moment.
Job Title: Package Manager
Salary: $800/week


OK, it is fairly obvious the first paragraph was written by someone other than the person writing the succeeding paragraphs. The first paragraph the person uses English not as a second language. Note the usage of 'got' instead of found or any other synonym. Got, is usually used by Americans but many feel the word is not correct grammar. It is correct but is considered informal as is the usage of 'you'd' instead of the more formal 'you would'.

The beginning of the last sentence with Ignore instead of a more pleasing "Please ignore" is more of an order instead of a suggestion which might put some people off as it did me. I'm thinking, hmm, they are already telling me what to do and I'm not even employed yet. They do leave the opportunity open though with the 'at the moment' at the end of the sentence.

The stated job is elaborated exceptionally to housewives.

Then they profuse the rest of the letter with big words only someone with limited English knowledge would use especially in an employment opportunity offer. The first sentence shows me I would not be suited for this job as I'm not a house wife and Lisa apparently didn't really read my resume on ***** they 'got'.

The rest is just comical. The usage of these big words is probably to impress me you have a dictionary and a finger.

If you are may continuously at house from 9am and to 5pm, aforementioned position should be offering you the best opportunity to earn money.You will have to function with batches.
You will carry on to receive packages, repack them & transmit them to the finish receiver. That position is hassle free and it is quite good designed to housewives, older adults & others which otherwise proceed at house or are at dwelling within sun-up hours.There will be no heavy consignment. Majority packs contain child's play and linen.

It also says dealing with "Lisa", "hassle free" would never be possible because English and communication would be a big hassle. Again with the house wives then they say I would be a good fit too as an older adult.

Why this day and age are third party drop shipments even necessary unless they are trying to keep the lines of distribution insulated from themselves for deniability purposes? Ever hear of Amazon?

"Majority packs contain child's play and linen." I didn't know you could package a verb. They must wrap it in the linen. What do the minority packs contain, Black Tar Heroin?

All work-related expenses are on us. To proceed for ours association you must have to have a Internet ready computer, a mobile phone and printing capability.

This I like then they say I have to have an internet ready computer a printer and a mobile phone. I'm assuming they will provide these items because they say all work expenses are on them?

The amount of income you will be gaining depends on the quantity of bundles you are going to be handling .During the trial period people working for us receive up to $800/week.

The amount of my salary depends upon the volume of work product I do which depends upon the amount "Lisa" sends me. The first paragraph tells me it is a salary job at $800 per week which is a firm number and legally binding in a contract for employment. It says nothing about a variable salary. Hmmm, I'm getting a little suspicious now.

If you are interested, please contact us via email.P.S. To capacitate, all ya'll must to make is to remain in between 9am and 5pm. If you can't fulfill this condition, this job is not for you.

I'm not even going to comment on the usage of capacitate.

I guess they threw in the 'ya'll' fer us suthun boys not to feel left out or 'Lisa' must be from southern India. P.S. I said I wasn't going to go into the spelling part but you can't even spell y'all.
 

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Sounds kind of like the envelope stuffing job offers. send them a $500 processing fee and your bank account number and they will take good care of you.

Kind of like the guy that called last month and told me I had won Publishers Clearing house $5k a week for life.
I told him I would have to decline as it would put me in a high tax bracket and the Gov't would cut off my welfare.
 

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Hmmmm. Could also be an offer to be a franchisee in a Porch Pirate business.......

Wouldn't this "If you are may continuously at house from 9am and to 5pm" keep me from traveling around the city pirating porches? I mean you might have to read a little between the lines.
 

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When I saw “package manager” I thought for sure it was a Chippendale’s staff job.
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