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Have you received an recruiting email like the ones below, claiming to be from
We are trying to verify with Siemens AG whether this is real or not, but the link to Monster.com doesn't work, so it looks like a scam.
CFR RECOMMENDS THAT YOU DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION UNTIL WE CAN CONFIRM MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THEM!
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I am reaching out to you regarding an opportunity at Siemens. In reviewing your resume, your skills and experience look to be a match with some of our current opportunities.
Siemens AG is a global electronics and engineering powerhouse that employs 460,000 people in 190 countries with reported worldwide sales of $96 billion in fiscal 2005. Fortune Magazine Global 500 has named Siemens the Number One Electronics and Electrical Equipment Maker. We offer our employees an environment with career development opportunities and world-class benefits.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity and consider a career with Siemens, I encourage you to visit our website at http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=46227702&AVSDM=2200/01/01+12:00:00 to view the available positions and apply on-line.
(Please do not respond to this email. The inbox is not monitored.)
There are a variety of sleazy scams that look, at first glance, like legitimate job offers. Before you write back to them, pause a moment and read about the scams below!
Some of the more common job scams are