I last saw this name used in July this year. I'm guessing that there is a real company by this name, but the sender has just chosen it as a cover story and bears no actual relation to the company.
This looks like a money mule job. The source IP of the email was 22.214.171.124, which is delegated to Flexwebhosting in the Netherlands.
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From: WUJIANG WANLIDA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 28-Oct-2006 12:33
Subject: BE OUR REPRESENTATIVE
It is my pleasure to write you in respect of our Company Wujiang Wanlida Textile Co., Ltd.
Based No.6 The Third District Nanshan Road, Shengze, Wujiang City, Jiangsu Province. China. We are experts in the sale of Textile materials; we export into the Canada/America and parts Europe.
We are searching for representatives who can help us establish a medium of getting our funds from our costumers in these areas as well as making payments through you to us.
Please if interested in transacting business in view helpings us, so our clients could make payment to you being a representative for us we will be very glad and compensations will be given and as well as other benefits.
Subject to your satisfaction you will be given the opportunity to negotiate your mode of which we will pay for your services as our representative/agent in Canada, America, and Europe.
If intrested,write us through this email below.
To this I look forward to your prompt respond via:
Note that no form of payment will be requested upfront in this endeavor.
On our receipt of the above details we shall forward to our customer/clients to immediately contact you with the mode of payment.
Job scam quick guide: it's a scam if...
- they want you to collect and forward money in any way (a "money mule" job). You'll wind up engaged in money laundering, personally defrauded via expertly forged cheques, money orders, etc, or defrauding someone else who pays for goods that never arrive.
- they want you to receive packages and reship them somewhere else. The goods will have been obtained fraudulently, and they're just using you to make the shipping address appear local. You will be aiding fraud.
- they want up-front payment (either to them or someone else) of any sort for anything before you can get the job. This is advance fee fraud: there is no job -- it's just a big con to extract money from you.
- they want you to buy any kind of "membership" or "kit" in order to start. Forget it -- it's not a real job at all: they're trying to sell you something, and they're probably making a bunch of other false claims about it if they're pitching it as a "job".
- it's a job offer, and it's spam. There are LOTS of these scams about, as you can see.