Two viewers receive emails offering jobs too good to be true
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- It is time to reach into the Contact 13 mailbag.
Sajan says he was recently offered a job via email. He was told he would be paid for putting an advertisement on his car.
The email asked him to confirm his name and address. It went on to tell him he would receive a money order for $1,900.
The scammer wanted Sajan to cash the money order and wire some money to a third party.
Diane says that she received an email offering her a job as a courier.
The email told her that her main duties would be to receive, process and send shipments.
It went on to mention the possibility of earning $1,000 to $1,500 per month.
The Better Business Bureau says to never give out your personal information to someone you do not know until you verify the company and job is legit.
If you think you have actually taken part in a questionable online job, then you should report it to the FBI.