I was glad to read all the information everyone submitted. My almost SCAM came from a local newspaper "the employment news", you that paper that posts all sorts of jobs, i guess they do not check the reputability of the companies they are placing an ad for! Anyway i called a number from this ad and it advised me to go online to a website, i can't remember the website but i will find it and update you. There i was asked to fill in some mailing information to receive the "coupon converters" package to make $915.00 a week processing coupons and only 47 positions were available and it was signed by Robin Greenwood vice president? They also gave an actual address rather than PO box. 371 Front st w, Suite 300, toronto, sounds like an expensive downtown Toronto office right! Well all the paperwork looked fine and well written, but i thought instead of sending in my money i would drop it off personnally, and as luck would have it i happenned to be working right in fromt of 371 Front street west in Toronto this week, it is a beautiful new building, and 371 is in fact a UPS store. I asked the attendant there if suite 300 was actually a PO box, he confirmed that. I inquired further as to if he knows anything about this company "coupon converters" and if they are reputable, he ofcourse could not answer me but he knew exactly what i was talking about, and body language speaks volumes. So if you get this junk mail throw it in the garbage where it belongs. Also it appears from my postmark that the company/Scammers are based in MontreaL.
I think my next step is to Scam the Scammers and i know just how to get them! Let you know how it turns out.