a bit o' spam i just received:
Dear Auntie Aubrey,
We have found your resume at Monster.com and would like to suggest you a "Internet-manager" vacancy. We have studied your resume and are happy to inform you that your skills completely meet our requirements for this position. This is a part-time position.Your task will be the following:
- To register on various popular english-speaking web forums
- To create new topics with the articles specified by our company
- You will need to create topics on about 50 different web forums per day
- To search for new web forums using Google, Yahoo!, MSN search engines
- To send everyday reports by e-mail
Your schedule will be flexible. You will need to spend on average 2-3 hours per day, Monday-Friday. All communication will be online. This job will allow you to:
- - Increase your income;
- - Get additional free time;
- - Efficiently work at home;
- - Internet and e-mail skills; Experience in online work;
- - Good communications skills
- - Honesty, responsibility and promptness in operations;
- - Prior customer service experience is a good benefit;
During the trial period you will be paid $3000 per month.
If you are interested in this position, and would like to know more, please e-mail me. We will contact you within 2 days
the "we will contact you within 2 days" thing is a bit ominous.
the moral is, don't hate the board spammers. they're just good, honest communicators with customer service experience who are earning income, getting additional free time, and efficiently working from home.
they are also terribly terribly gullible.