Internship Availability Jobs, Employment, Scam (6-24-18)

The following is a job offer scam. The scammer is posing as an employer with an opportunity for the victim. This is a scam, do not respond to the scammer and delete the email if you have received it.

Some signs that this is a scam are the fact that the scammer are the non- business email used and the attached file with little to no writing in the body of the email. In this particular scam, the scammer has appeared to have attached the wrong file. The file attached (Shown below) is an application for a house.

Ignore and delete the email if you have received it.
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From: Abdelkader Alshboul ama458@uclive.ac.nz
Date: June 24, 2018 at 4:10:25 PM EDT
To: Victim@vcu.edu
Subject: Internship Availability Jobs, Employment.

FIRST NAME:
MIDDLE NAME:
LAST NAME:
DATE OF BIRTH:
PROFESSION:
COMPANY WEBSITE:
DRIVERS LICENSE ID CARD:
PHONE: (CELL)PHONE: (WORK)PHONE: (HOME)PHONE:
MARITAL STATUS:

KIDS :
(YES/NO), HOW MANY_
PRESENT ADDRESS:

CITY:

STATE:

ZIP CODE:

HOW LONG IF RENTING

WHY ARE YOU LEAVING:

HOW LONG DO YOU INTEND STAYING?

WHEN DO YOU INTEND MOVING IN:

HOW SOON CAN YOU SECURE THE PROPERTY AND MAKE THE DEPOSIT PAYMENT?

WHEN AND WHERE DO YOU WISH TO RECEIVE THE KEYS AND DOCUMENTS OF THE House:

IF YOU HAVE A PET

KIND OF PETS:

HABITS

DO YOU SMOKE:

DO YOU DRINK:

DO YOU WORK LATE NIGHT:

REFERENCE

NAME

ADDRESS

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