I'm not sure what the "White" is all about, but "White" Stephen Cole says he has a mystery shopping job available "in your area." Of course, from the scammer's side of things, they just want to get their little scam out to as many people as possible. They have no idea where anyone lives, so they just say "in your area." Worse, this guy is too fkn lazy to setup a free website, and doesn't even mention a company name. He just expects you to respond to a free e-mail address @blumail.org. Click Here for more mystery shopping stories. Two videos are also available, linked on the page, just above my shameless Amazon ads :o) Or you can Click Here to see just the videos. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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