This is strictly a poorly
written fake job listing
Don't fall for it!
A box of rocks probably taught these guys how to write this scam-mail LOL. Here's another job scam that you might get from someone claiming to be Career Builder, but these guys don't claim to represent any company. They sent me multiple copies of this one, each with a different e-mail address at the same domain. The domain name is usaitcareer.com, so apparently they're trying to claim to be some sort of IT company, but the website is not active. They just receive e-mail at it. The "region" for the "job" is simply "United States," without mentioning any city or state.
They simply say "welcome to our hiring process" and then describe scheduling as an "occupation." There is no mention of which "job" it's supposed to be, other than in one other subject line that claims it's "database management." Business hours are also listed in "U.S. time," without mentioning any of the U.S.'s six different time zones, from Hawaii-Aleutian to Eastern. Finally, they claim there are no startup fees, but you would shortly get a fake cashiers check in the mail that would bounce higher than Venus.
For "this position," there are different position ID numbers attached to each e-mail address. As usual, these scammers are too lazy to write a convincing enough scam-mail to fool much of anyone.
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