Dear Job Seekers,
There should be a word of caution when applying for jobs, as well as, responses to emails to alert seekers of potential positions.
Here is one I received in my messages telling me about such a position:
Hello Kayla Dailey.
MerryDigital is looking for new team members for our Customer Service
Department. We are proud of our specialists from Customer Support and
and due to further expansion to the USA we feel great need in more
personnel and introduce home-based position. If you are
highly-motivated, responsible and self-exacting, you have opportunity
to become our employee and get your stable income! To proceed with
employment, fill out Application Form, attached to this e-mail and
send it back to us. Once we get Application Form from you, you will be
contacted for further interview and employment process by our HR
specialists. Note: Please be careful when fill out the application
form in order to avoid possible mistakes. All information must be
correct and up-to-date. Please, fill full Application Form and sign in
handwriting (put your full name and date on the Application Form and
signature in the end using blue pen). All information will be checked
by our security team. The Customer Service Agent position includes
free distant training. Every day you will receive all the necessary
instructions and information from your official Supervisor. If any
questions arise, do not hesitate to contact us ASAP. If interested,
reply to this message within next 48 hours and we will proceed with
First, any professional would understand the need for format when writing their emails, and or other documents of importance. Then it is fair to say that is done by an unprofessional and mostly likely in a hurried and rushed manner, and probably through copy and paste without understanding that sometimes the paste will yield other than the original format and will need to be adjusted. Consequently, that did not happen here not even a name to reply to later, however, the name Linda as a supervisor can be found on the application.
Secondly, when a call came in response to my reply to the original email sent by James I asked if there is a website so that I can research their company. I was given this: www.merrydigital.com. I accessed that site and found vague information on one page with no links to click elsewhere. For example, links providing one with other detail of the business. Hence, there was little to decide if I wanted to send them the application. Consequently, the application is suspicious.
In addition, during my research of the company I did see that the site was created in April 2016, but again–no other information to go by.
See Also: Merrydigital Status Report