FinServ Inc claims to be the world’s leading professional insurance and payments solutions provider.
It is circulating emails advertising a position for an account executive. The salary is USD $1500 plus commission for the first month and USD$3000 plus commission for the second month and beyond.
All you have to do is provide your bank account details for FinServ to accept and transfer money.
If something is too good to be true, then it probably is!
This is just another money transfer scheme. FinServ are actually recruiting "money mules" to accept fraudulent transactions in their accounts.
Anti-fraud experts say the money being transferred is often stolen from other people’s bank accounts via the Internet. Scammers use Trojan and key logging viruses to capture customer online banking details. They need Australian bank accounts to launder the money through. Once you receive the money, you take your cut and pass the rest to a pre-arranged overseas destination.
There are laws against money laundering. There is a real possibility that you will be prosecuted. It is not worth the risk of prosecution and a criminal record.
The United Kingdom’s banking industry website www.banksafeonline.org.uk/spotting_scams.html has an up-to-date list of money mule scams.