The Better Business Bureau is warning Washington and Oregon residents of fraudulent job offer postcards that might arrive in their mail.
A legitimate looking postcard is showing up in the area offering a job with phrases like "We've been trying to reach you," "Final Notice" and "Deadline."
The postcard states an open position for the recipient to work from home as a Government Insurance Refund Processor without any experience.
The BBB says this is not a legitimate job opportunity and the sender is probably trying to collect sensitive information or fees for non-existent training materials. This could lead to monetary or identity theft.
Visit bbb.org for more information on this scam and a mystery shopper scam.
Thursday, August 21 2014 2:55 PM EDT2014-08-21 18:55:51 GMT
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