This is a typical “get rich quick” type scam that we often see go to students who are seen as naive to attackers. The scam will attempt to get personal information under the guise of a job offer. The scammer may have a few back and forth emails to get additional information such as bank account and routing numbers, along with social security, and birth dates for “HR” purposes. Keep in mind that if a job offer comes along that you never applied to, it is more than likely a scam. If it seems to good to be true, it is.
From: JOSEPH WALKER <@seniorservicesiwv.org>
To: Recipients <>,
Date: 06/23/2015 02:58 PM
Subject: MAIL DISPATCHER NEEDDED
We will like to bring your attention to this lucrative paying job, It's mailing letter incorporation letter through ups or fed-ex,
The needful for start-up, a ups account online or fedex transportation (gas fee) will be provided.
Your stipend is $380 for mailing 400 envelopes, total of $1520 monthly .
Only interested candidate should apply. Looking forward to your prompt response to this offer.