Is This Email About A Job I Received A Scam?

good morning,
We are glad to inform you that after carefully reviewing
your CV for the position of Stockroom Assistant.Our company
advertised, you have been selected to join our new team in center
We have sent this email to those who fit our job
requirements.Our client is looking for 2 people to start asap
all over Lowestoft(Town Centre) on the 11 of April. The job
is for Stockroom Assistant Monday to Friday (8 am – 5 pm) with 1
hour break. We offer competitive payments starting from £7.50 to
£8.75 /hour ( around 45-60 hours weekly), overtime is available
.We will pay you weekly by bank transfer or check.
We offer a course for 2 months 3 months NVQ level 1, 2
and 3 with a degree recognized throughout the UK. And several
offers that may delight you.
Please email us back the following documents:
* Copy of passport / ID card (showing your right to work in the
* Proof of address (bank statement or utility bill in your name)
* Copy of the ukash (for the CRB check)
As a result of recent Government changes to the vetting and
barring scheme(VBS) the cost of Enhanced CRB check is £60. Due
to insurance purposes and our client’s policy we cannot accept
CRB done outside the company.
The mode of payment for your CRB is by Ukash.
The Ukash is a new safe and secure payment method that we use
for effective payment of CRB fees.Newsagent shops and off
licence top up shops with a Paypoint,Payzone or epay services
can issue you a Ukash voucher for £60.The Ukash voucher 19
digits numbers is what we require you to email us back for your
CRB payment fees and also to ensure that your job placement is
still effective. The CRB fees will only be refunded on your next
wages if the report comes back satisfactory.
We accept payments for your CRB till the 10th of April 2013.
Your reference number is GB92544.Please text your name and
reference number to me once you email us the documents and
payment proof so I can process your application straight away.
Please also include your number for contact .
Kindest Regards,
Ylam Myrky
LMA Recruitment Ltd
Please via email your name and reference number once you sent
out the paperwork along with your Ukashso i can process it asap.

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2 Responses to “Is This Email About A Job I Received A Scam?”

  1. Open Sauce says:

    Did you send LMA recruitment your CV?
    Edit: In that case, scam. Contact to inform them.

  2. John says:

    100% SCAM! There is NO job. Very common scam. Do not send information or money or you will be very, very sorry.

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