I have a website dealing with Restless Legs Syndrome and an email was sent to the do not spam email address from John Traynor at [email protected] stating that he has seen my resume. That’s doubtful, plus, I don’t have any medical skills listed on my resume.
They look at the overall content of the website, make an assumption of what the owner of the site might do, then fire off an email like this one hoping to obtain your personal information. This type of scam is very popular now, and although it didn’t work on me, it could on the next person. Be Careful!
This email has an unsubscribe button that when you click on it, it sends your information with maxhire. net
I came across your resume and am very interested in discussing Physician for a fulltime opportunity in the Harrisonburg, Virginia area. Family Practice or Internal Medicine Board Certified Established clinic Set hours / Monday thru Friday No on call Great benefits including paid time off
Please let me know if this sounds like an opportunity that you would be interested in, or if you know of someone that might be looking for an opportunity like this . Thank you for your time and consideration . . Please send me an updated word document version of your resume and contact me as soon as possible.
John Traynor 3 Park Avenue, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10016
[email protected] com
T. (212) 736.5870 ext. 118
F. (212) 736.9046
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