Here is another job offer type scam. This is most likely a money laundering operation, with the victim collecting the money order and cashier cheques from other victims of other types of scams, and forwrad the ill gotten gains to the scammers.
From: "JAMES WARWICK" <firstname.lastname@example.org>Reply-To: email@example.comSubject: JOB OFFERDate: Fri, 18 May 2007 18:04:30 -0400Dear Sir/Ma,Compliment of the season to you, My name is James Warwick and I came across your email through the United State Chamber of commerce, I am the recruitment officer for one of the most biggest motor service company here in the United Kingdom, I am contacting you because we are in need of a Payment Representative in the United States. So I would like to offer you a part time job as our payment representative with which you can earn between 4,000 - 5,000 in a month depending on your Speed, Accuracy and Devotion to your work. All you will be doing for us is to receive our payment on our behalf from our client (which is always in the form of Money Orders or Cashier Checks), Process the payment and deduct your commission which is going to be ten percent (10%) of total amount processed and remit the balance to any of our offices via Electronic Transfer. The Scope of Your Work is as Follows:Receive Payments on behalf of the company, Cash the Payments in your bank and deduct your 10% commission and Forward the balance to the designated recipientsIf interested please reply with the following information1. NAME:2. AGE:3. PHONE:4. FULL RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS :5. PRESENT EMPLOYER/OCCUPATION:6. You are required to also forward to us a valid form of I.D for Identification and verification purposes.James WarwickRegards,RAC Motoring Services (RACMS)Company No: 1424399United Kingdom+44-7024074393