I received this e-mail earlier today:
It seems that ZEOXMark LLC has a website. These folks also have the unfortunate distinction of being sniffed out as a scam. Click here for the report of this scam and user comments on the scam.
As a service to job seekers and legitimate employers, here are some things to review before e-mailing potential new hires:
1) Send the e-mail from your company's website, not a third-party server:
2) If the e-mail's composer does not speak English as a first language and speaks with a heavy accent, review that composer's e-mail for grammar, syntax, etc. The e-mail is an extension of your company's image. The more egregious the errors, the more the e-mail reeks of "scam".
From the main page, there is no request for a Social Security Number and/or bank account number. Good for you for having a little restraint.
As unemployment continues to be high, these sorts of train wrecks will continue. While finding, arresting and prosecuting scam artists of this sort is pretty unlikely, if we assume e-mails like this are scams before we provide private information, we can cut down the number of hits and dry up the supply of suckers.