E-mail Phishing Scam
Many online users have been targeted by a scam which references jetdelivery.com. Victims of this scam are solicited to “work from home.” They typically receive an email similar to the following:
Please find below new interest in your resume from our Employer:
Job Title: Coordinator of Delivery Department
Location: USA, All States
Job Type: Home based, part-time
Salary: 35,000$-45,000$ + Bonuses
Company Name: JET DELIVERY, INC.
Message From Job Poster:
Please find out the information about our available position.
E-mail for resume: email@example.com
Contact name: John Tramblton
Leadership & Self Development
Work with supervisor to establish individual development goals
Meet/exceed individual development goals and objectives.
Promote teamwork and a positive working environment in order to achieve team goals.
Participate in team-training sessions consistent with AddressUsa & Service process
Consistently meet/exceed all delivery goals, retention goals and customer service standards.
Proactively profile customer needs and match our products features & benefits to those needs.
Effectively utilize decision/exception tools to support valuable customer retention
Operations & Compliance
Assist in the compliance of all aspects of the Leadership Scorecard
Perform Teller responsibilities, as needed
Other duties as required
School strongly required.
C) Job Skills / Knowledge:
Strong customer service skills
Ability acquire knowledge of competitors products, services, and strategies
Working knowledge of computer and processing skills (E-Mail, Internet, Word, Excel, etc.).
Ability to learn all software systems that support branch transportation processing.
Strong commitment to achieving personal growth and success
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Good organizational skills.
If you are interested in this position, please e-mail us your resume at: firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time, to the best of our knowledge, they ultimately try to get the victim to perform something called “Package Forwarding” or “Reshipping.” Which is explained here at the FBI’s IC3 (internet crime division) site.
If you have received one of these e-mails, but have yet to respond, we encourage you to simply delete the message. If, however, you have had contact, traded any personal information and/or even received a package, we highly recommend you file a report with the FBI’s IC3 and/or contact your local police or sheriff’s department.