This is another mystery shopping scam. It's a little bit better at trying to fool people. This scammer is actually using a paid-for domain, but he has no website that's active. All he's doing is receiving any replies he might get at it. Other than that, it's the same ol', same ol'. First of all, there isn't any "job" available, simply because he's spamming you. The website domain the spam claims to come from gives a "403 Forbidden" error, so you can't even access it. Second, he's ignorant, or else he's so lazy he can't even take the time to look up the code for a registered trademark symbol ®, which he's indicating with "(R)." Don't show any of the scammers how to do it. Let them figure it out on their own. Third, with a real mystery shopping job, you would typically make a bit of supplemental income, maybe about $80 per month, and the scammers always claim you will make as much as $400 per week. With the real thing, that's just not gonna happen. This posting is linked here, with a mystery shopping scam video located here. Here is a video listing of top ten scams. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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