webshopper.org Review

I received a voice mail message on my cellphone–there was ring to announce the call–from Sarah seeing she had seen my resume online and wanted to alert me to an opportunity to work from home writing Amazon reviews for a nonprofit organization called webshopper.org. I would be paid the exact rates given in your announcement about this scam. The message said there were 23 openings for this position this month and I should register immediately.When you google webshopper.com you go directly to that page–there are no other google listings. This made me suspicious.

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