The message purports to represent a "Customer Service Research" organization, but never mentions the name, and there is no contact information provided. There are, as is often the case, numerous grammatical, capitalization, and other errors (e.g., "We are Leading Agency", "Should you interested..."). There are also elements that may be intended to keep the message from being tagged as a phishing attempt, such as "Full A.d.d.r.e.s.s :" (in case a filter is looking for "Address"). Even the subject line uses a zero instead of an "o" in "P0sition" in case that word is flagged.
We are Leading Agency Specialized in (Global) Customer Service Research. We are starting a very big research project in USA. This project takes place every month. We need to recruit Mystery Shoppers to join our project to work as a surveyor. Should you interested, your salary would be US$300 per assignment.
Money order will be in a certain amount that you will be asked for cash at your bank, deduct your salary and have the rest used for the evaluation. Provide me with the following details listed below:
Contact us with your INF0RMATI0N If you interested:
Full Name :
Full A.d.d.r.e.s.s :
Your response would be greatly appreciated.