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Friday, March 16, 2007

Japan Sun Oil Company Job Offer / Another E-Mail Scam Hit's My InBox

Japan Sun Oil Company, Ltd. Job Offer
Trusty Kojimachi Bldg. 3-4 Kojimachi,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 102-0083 Japan.
I am Mr.Hiroshi Iguchi, President of Japan Sun Oil Company
( Japan Sun Oil Company, Ltd.)We are searching
for representatives who can help us establish a medium of getting to
customers in America and other nearby countries as well as making
payments through you as our payment officer. It is upon this note that
we seek your assistance to stand as our representative in your country.
Note that, as our representative, you will receive 10%(ten percent) of
whatever amount you clear for the company and the balance will be paid
into an account we will avail to you. Please, to facilitate the
conclusion of this transaction if accepted, do send me promptly by
the following:
(1)Your full names:
(2)Contact address:
(3)Phone/fax numbers:
(4)Occupation and
For more correspondence please contact me through my personal email:
you for your time.
Very Respectfully,
Hiroshi Iguchi
President & CEO
KINDLY CONVEY ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO: (sunoilmanager@yahoo.com.hk

Note; First clue to watch for is the reply to address. Not many major companys use a "Yahoo.com" email address... BJC

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Anonymous said...

Has anyone reported this to the Japanese government? or to the real Sun Oil company?
Elizabeth Block, Toronto

Wakado said...


Thank You for visiting my site and leaving a comment.
While I'm not sure about your question regarding anyone contacting the government of Japan. I do know that there are some websites who do follow these scams and there are an unbelievable amount of these scams going on.
The names in these emails change like the weather and it's almost impossible to pinpoint who they are or even where they are.
I just post the ones that I get in my email but there are so many more that it's mindboggeling.If you would like to see some of the variations on these scams I do have a site here for you to start with...

Thank You