365 jobs for you



  • I found this on the RSS feed for the forum. Apparently, somebody posted this as spam - but I got quite a few laughs from the site and recommend you check it out:

    http://www.365jobs4u.com/

    Here are some highlights:

    "<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">You'll be
    given all the database details, from where you've to copy the text
    matter. Its not even time consuming, like you've to spend hours in
    searching the content. With just a click, in milliseconds text matter
    will be in front of you. Just copy it, and paste it on our server."</font>

    Text matter... nice.... "paste it on our server..." even better 😃

    Here is some more from the FAQ for the "Copy Page Job:"

    <font face="Verdana"> [4] What Exactly I've to do in this Copy-Paste Job?</font>


    <font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">You'll get
    Queries in the form of keywords or phrases (means a combination of 3-5
    words). All you've to do is input the keyword or phrases inside the
    database and with a single click within milliseconds you will get the
    result. Just copy the text matter and paste it inside the server box.</font>

    	<p style="margin: 0pt 5px;">&nbsp;<font face="Verdana"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; color: rgb(0, 148, 212); font-weight: 700;"></span></font></p><p style="margin: 0pt 5px;"><font face="Verdana"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; color: rgb(0, 148, 212); font-weight: 700;">[5] Will It going to take time in searching the matter from database?</span></font></p>
    	<p style="margin: 0pt 5px;">
    	<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">As said, 
    	above it will not <b>take more than 1 millisecond.</b> So nothing to worry like 
    	you've to wait a long in <b>searching the matter.</b></font></p><p>Or, on the "Offline Data entry:" FAQ<br></p><p><font size="2" color="#0094d4" face="Verdana">
    						</font>
    						<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#0094d4" face="Verdana">
    						<p style="margin: 0pt 3px;" align="justify"><b>(2) What 
    						will be the Format of Work? </b></p>
    						</font>
    						<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">
    						<p style="margin: 0pt 3px;" align="justify">We Will 
    						Provide you a .JPEG (Image File), Which You have to 
    						Convert In MS-word File by typing only. </p></font></p><p>&nbsp;<font size="2" color="#797979" face="Verdana">							<font color="#797979" face="Verdana">
    						<p style="margin: 0pt 3px;" align="justify"><b>
    						<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#0094d4" face="Verdana">
    						(5) Can I Use Software for this work? </font></b></p>
    						</font>
    						<font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">
    						<p style="margin: 0pt 3px;" align="justify">
    						No, You are not allowed to use any software for 
    						converting image file to MS-Word. If found we will 
    						terminate you. Because when you use software's it 
    						changes the Ms-Word file codes which is not visible 
    						to us. Also these files will be immediately rejected 
    						by company systems.&nbsp;</p>
    						</font>
    						</font></p><p style="margin: 0pt 3px;" align="justify">
    

    <font size="2" color="#797979" face="Verdana">  </font>


    <font size="2" color="#797979" face="Verdana"><font color="#797979" face="Verdana">
    <font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#0094d4" face="Verdana">
    (6) After submitting the work in time, When I'm
    going to get Accuracy/Checking report & Payment?</font>
    </font></font>


    <font style="font-size: 11pt;" size="2" color="#797979" face="Verdana"> After submission of your work within 10 working days
    you will get the Accuracy report to your Email
    Address & payment if any, will be sent to your
    address.</font>

     

    ...oh, also, they require an 8-22 dollar entry fee...

     

    What an aweful scam. I wonder how many people this has caught... I mean, it is a bunch of slave labor anyway, and anybody with half a brain who does not already know that it's a scam by its poor grammar and aweful site should be able to figure it out pretty damn quickly...

     

    It's unfortunate that we live in a world inhabited by plenty of people with less then half a brain.

     

    BTW: This WYSIWYG gives me a headache...


    <font size="2" color="#797979" face="Verdana"> </font>



  •  Yeah, my favorite site (besides this one) is www.419eater.com.  They sit around baiting stupid scammers into putting fish on their heads and other crazy stuff. 

     

    Five years ago a scammer got my wife before I could stop her.  They had even created a site CLOSE to eBay, something like wwwe.ebay.com, that they used to display the content.  She never noticed, it looked legit to her and I didn't check... TRWTF there is I let my wife order something online...



  •  @amischiefr said:

    TRWTF there is I let my wife order something online...
    This Just In:  Women are too stupid to order things on ebay.



  •  @amischiefr said:

    Five years ago a scammer got my wife before I could stop her.

    Tell her the same thing I tell my girlfreind.

    Never click anything in an email unless you know EXACTLY who it came from.  And I mean a person, not a company.



  • @Master Chief said:

    Never click anything in an email unless you know EXACTLY who it came from.
    Tomorrow's headline: Forum user Master Chief gets a virus from an e-mail with a spoofed from address, claims he knew the sender.



  • @Welbog said:

    @Master Chief said:

    Never click anything in an email unless you know EXACTLY who it came from.
    Tomorrow's headline: Forum user Master Chief gets a virus from an e-mail with a spoofed from address, claims he knew the sender.

     

    Must be a slow news day.



  • @NorseLaQuet said:

    What an aweful scam. I wonder how many people this has caught... I mean, it is a bunch of slave labor anyway, and anybody with half a brain who does not already know that it's a scam by its poor grammar and aweful site should be able to figure it out pretty damn quickly...

     

    It's unfortunate that we live in a world inhabited by plenty of people with less then half a brain.

     

    BTW: This WYSIWYG gives me a headache...

    Anyone with half a brain, eh? Obviously not the half that knows how to spell "awful".



  • @Master Chief said:

    Never click anything in an email unless you know EXACTLY who it came from.  And I mean a person, not a company.

     

    You left out half of that.  Never click anything in an e-mail message unless you know exactly who it came from and were expecting them to send it to you.  I get crap all the time from friends' infected computers.



  •  Twoo dat.



  • @Flatline said:

    @NorseLaQuet said:

    What
    an aweful scam. I wonder how many people this has caught... I mean, it
    is a bunch of slave labor anyway, and anybody with half a brain who
    does not already know that it's a scam by its poor grammar and aweful
    site should be able to figure it out pretty damn quickly...

     

    It's unfortunate that we live in a world inhabited by plenty of people with less then half a brain.

     

    BTW: This WYSIWYG gives me a headache...

    Anyone with half a brain, eh? Obviously not the half that knows how to spell "awful".

     

    If that was the only word I missed, then I did pretty well. I'm not all that good at spelling... escpecally when this WYSIWYG has no intilisence..



  • @NorseLaQuet said:

    If that was the only word I missed, then I did pretty well. I'm not all that good at spelling... escpecally when this WYSIWYG has no intilisence..
    FWIW, if you're using FF, you can right click in the text box and click check spelling

     



  • @amischiefr said:

    Five years ago a scammer got my wife before I could stop her.  They had even created a site CLOSE to eBay, something like wwwe.ebay.com, that they used to display the content.
    If they managed that, then they had control of the ebay.com domain, and could have simply hijacked www.ebay.com itself.  Fairly unlikely.   Something along the lines of ww.webay.com is far more believeable



  •  @merreborn said:

    @amischiefr said:

    Five years ago a scammer got my wife before I could stop her.  They had even created a site CLOSE to eBay, something like wwwe.ebay.com, that they used to display the content.
    If they managed that, then they had control of the ebay.com domain, and could have simply hijacked www.ebay.com itself.  Fairly unlikely.   Something along the lines of ww.webay.com is far more believeable


    I did say "something like", I can't remember the exact domain that they used but it was so similar looking that it fooled her (not that it takes a lot to fool a woman, hell she married me!).





  • @NorseLaQuet said:


    <font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#0094d4" face="Verdana">
    (5) Can I Use Software for this work? </font>


    </font>
    <font style="font-size: 11pt;" color="#797979" face="Verdana">


    No, You are not allowed to use any software for
    converting image file to MS-Word. If found we will
    terminate you. Because when you use software's it
    changes the Ms-Word file codes which is not visible
    to us. Also these files will be immediately rejected
    by company systems. 


    </font>
    I guess users are expected to manipulate the bits on their hard disk using a magnet/butterflies/etc to create the file.


  • I survived the hour long Uno hand

    @amischiefr said:

    Five years ago a scammer got my wife before I could stop her.

     

    They took my wife... I'm a Marine!


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