Hi guys, need help:)

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by eMJey, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. eMJey

    eMJey New Member

    Hello everyone[​IMG]

    I'm a student from Poland and I've jest applied for a Data Entry job for a firm "humen resources"... I found them at GIGA Job Portal...do you know anything about it?isn't it a SPAM?

    they replied for my application and here is the reply:

    "Hello,

    The position for Data Entry Clerk/Ad Typist that you inquired about does require you to have a computer with email access and a working knowledge of the Internet with a stable connection. Printers are not at all required, but can be helpful. You can begin working FT or PT, the choice is up to you. You will need minimal typing skills for this position. You will be processing orders from your own computer via your email. This work-from-home opportunity will make you real money. You will not have to contact anyone; you will be contacted through your email.

    Now you must be willing to work as with any job, and it does require some time and effort to be successful. You will be paid ?‚??15.00 for each order you process

    For example: if you process 25 orders a week, you will make ?‚??250.00 weekly.

    The amount of money you can make is virtually endless. It only depends on the time and effort you put in.

    There is a ???‚¬?“One Time Fee???‚¬?? of ?‚??15.00 to begin. This is the cost of the Training Materials.
    The Training Materials give you the step-by-step instructions on how YOU get started.

    When you receive your Training Materials you may begin working that very same day.
    Once you have processed your first order, you will have already made back the cost of your Training Materials. You will receive your Training Materials through your email. This work-from-home opportunity is legitimate, and how successful you are only depends on the time and effort you put in.

    I am here to help you get started and answer any questions that you may have.

    If you are serious, and are willing to put forth some time and effort, then I look very forward to hearing from you again. If you are still serious, and are willing to put forth some time and effort, then please send a blank email to the address below with the word ???‚¬??PAYMENT???‚¬?„? in the subject box. I will then send you instructions on how to pay your one time fee after which you will be emailed your training materials and can start work immediately.


    p.s this isnt a con, the money is well worth it, i started in the same place, paid for my training material, and with no word of a lie, i have been earning ?‚??30+ a day for 2 hours work, its brilliant, and so easy!"


    OK AND NOW I'M WORRY OF COURSE BECAUSE OF THAT "ONE TIME FEE" 15?…?? isn't that much but isn't it a proof that they just want to steal my money?would you give that a go if you were me?

    if you have any legit sites or firms that you could reccomend than I would appreciate it[​IMG]

    sorry for every mistakes or stupid questions if they are here but I'm the newbie here[​IMG]
     
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    eMJey: There is a ???‚¬?“One Time Fee???‚¬?? of ?‚??15.00 to begin. This is the cost of the Training Materials.
    The Training Materials give you the step-by-step instructions on how YOU get started.
    And those "one time fee" materials will help you set up the exact same ad that YOU just responded to so that someone ELSE can now send YOU the "one time fee" so that YOU can now send THEM the materials to get started setting up the exact same ads so that...

    Get the picture??

    Yep it is a scam.[​IMG]
     
  3. The Cynergist

    The Cynergist New Member

    I always wondered why you had to pay for training. I was considering joining one of these types of programmes just out of curiosity as to what the training materials were.
     
  4. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    The Cynergist: I always wondered why you had to pay for training.
    Depends what you are using. I paid for several programs that were absolutely worth every penny and then some... [​IMG]
     
  5. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    Paying for something doesn't make it a scam, but that add sounds nearly word for word for some rubbish that I came across 4 years ago when I first started looking for ways to make money online.

    My guess is that they will just give you basic information on how to post ads all over the internet (that is already saturated with them) to promote this same "program" that you found.

    I don't think ANYONE is paying ?‚??15.00 for you to simply process an order. It's very difficult to find a legitimate data entry position online.

    Something that I've been suggesting lately to people who don't really want to start their own online business but just want to make some extra money, is fiverr.com. Have a look there and see if you can come up with some things to offer to do for people.

    In the long run, building your own online business is best, but this is one of those little things that can help you earn some quick cash if you offer the right skill.

    Blessings,
    Angie
     
  6. kellyj994

    kellyj994 New Member

    Hi,
    I am a new member of forum. Would a newcomer be warmly welcome here? Good day you guys!!!
     

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