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Phishing Email Example: Job Offer

Fake job offers will attempt to collect personal and banking information. In this instance look at the reply to field for a solid red flag: Reply-To: Walgreens <norelpy@jobs.wlagreens.com>

July 16, 2019

From: Walgreens <consumer@e24653.f.akamaiedge.net>
Date: July 16, 2019 at 09:06:22 PDT
To: Undisclosed recipients:;
Subject: Job Offer
Reply-To: Walgreens <norelpy@jobs.wlagreens.com>

Walgreens Secret Reviewers
We are looking for secret reviewers to rate their local Walgreens store!

No experience needed, just your honest opinion.
The task requires you to shop and evaluate our employees.

You will get paid to shop and you can keep the products.

You will be paid with amounts between $200-400 per assignment.

Reviewers are selected randomly every week and if selected, they will be contacted via phone or email.

Join our team by filling in the application form.

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