The message says “Congratulations from Apple”
Well, that’s nice except that the message is from email@example.com which looks like a made up address and should be a dating site but is clearly a scammer instead.
So, what’s it about?
An Amazing Offer Has Been Made
We must hear from you no later then
This is the greatest opportunity of your life
|Hours||You choose what works best|
So, that clears everything up – the offer is an unspecified something for which there appears to be no skill or experience requirements, pay is 4,900 somethings per week and they need just one person to do this.
And finally it says “Wear anything you want and take as much time off as needed”.
So, I’ll take 100% time-off and still get paid the 4,900 thingies per week then?
Scams are often deliberately lacking in details but this one is ridiculously empty.
A very stupid scam.
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