Amazon Help Program

I was sent what I thought was a job opportunity by a man named Donald Ayube saying he was from Amazon. His email address is [email protected] He sent a job opportunity to my Drexel university email (because I am a student there) stating that I could work for Amazon Help Program and make $700 a week, work from home and the position was called production support. The duties included analyzing, reporting and ordering production supplies. I was asked to submit my address and phone number. He proceeded to say he would send me a $700 payment (he called it) through Fed Ex (he provided a tracking number) and I asked what was the purpose of the payment? He said the $700 will be for your first weeks payment and the rest of the funds will be to order the supplies needed. I will assign an agent to make the order for you once everything is set. This all happened in a span of 2 days. I begin to ponder over what was going on and became suspicious when I noticed he didn’t have a amazon email address. I thought why wouldn’t a representative from Amazon have an amazon email address so I began to search online for the company called Amazon Help Program and I searched for Donald Ayube name and found nothing. In addition, I looked up jobs in Philadelphia for Amazon and found nothing. No such job was listed or advertised! This morning at 9:45 am July 13, 2017 the payment was delivered. My mom answered the door and asked the Fed Ex driver to return to sender. She never even looked at the package. Please report this to others. He didn’t provide any address for him.Thank you!

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