I got something similar through very soon after signing up to Jobsite, the dodgy English convinced me it must be a scam, and your website has confirmed this. Thanks.
Here is the full email for reference. The bit that I really liked was where it states that it is a telecommuting job, everything is done online and then says "Note : Internet Access is required" Lol, really????
How are you (My Name Removed)
After examining your CV, we believe that you are an ideal candidate for an Financial Forwarding Coordinator position in our corporation.
Small but unique, a reputable art promoting enterprise established and headquartered in the United Kingdom. The company provides services of unification and communication among masters of art area and individuals interested in art works.
The position we are offering is a part-time job, with a flexible schedule. This jobs requires a commitment of 2 to 3 hours a day, from your home in a telecommuting capacity, in which you stay in contact and receive all your tasks on-line.
NOTE: Internet access is required.
We cover all expenses--there is no need to invest your own money. This is not am MLM or pay-to-work position.
Once the employment contract is signed, you'll be employed for an initial probationary period of 30 days. During this time, you'll receive all the necessary instructions and training from your supervisor. One week before the training period ends, your supervisor will be making his or her decision, regarding whether your performance has been satisfactory enough to offer full time employment.
Pay is 1500 GBP plus commission. Total income, considering the current volume of clients, will be up to 3000 GBP per month. After you successfully pass the training period, your base salary will be increased up to 1800 GBP per month.
If you are interested in an agent or management opportunity, please contact us at email@example.com
to schedule an interview.
We will contact you shortly with more information
Needless to say I shant be rushing to claim my 1500 GBP plus commission.