Money mule job of some sort. The spam doesn't give exact details: it could be fake checks or fraudulent transfers they want you to cash out.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mr. Curtis <[redacted]>
Subject: Make Money Helping Out Company!
A respectable E-Trust company is seeking for employees in the USA.
If you are interested in finding a secure job, please, respond to us
and we will be happy to give you more details.
At this moment we are enlarging our staff and you have a chance to become a member of our team and get additional earnings spending 2 - 3 hours per week.
You don t need any special experience for this position.
What we offer:
- Flexible program: two hours/week at your choice, daytime and evening time, mainly checking your e-mail
- Work at home: checking e-mail and going to the bank
- Part time - no need to leave your current job - if you already work.
- 2-3 hours free during the week (mainly in the evening / non-business hours) for communication.
- Adult age (must be over 18 years old)
- U.S. work authorization
- You don t need to selling or buying anything.
- You don t need to make personal investments to start your work.
- general internet knowledge including working with Microsoft Office (Word/Excel)
- familiarized with financial terms (debit/credit, invoices etc.)
- familiarized with banking procedures (wire transfers, withdraws etc.)
- no diploma required
- students accepted
If You are interested in our job offer, please, reply to this letter.
Contact us: email@example.com
Thank you and have a nice day.
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.