Fake Emails: Please Don’t Reply or Provide Your Information

Fake Emails: Please Don’t Reply or Provide Your Information

A scammer is contacting consumers using a fake Confero email address and an actual employee name to try to trick consumers into providing information about themselves. The scammer sends an email that looks like this:

Hope you had a good week and here is more about the job.
Through our comprehensive approach we help our customers engage employees to deliver outstanding experiences consistently over time to build customer loyalty while growing sales and profits
We offer many ways to survey customers. All integrate on our reporting platform and customers experience and operational Insight and the Job opportunity is wide open for every individual as long as you have

1) How long it took you to get services.
2) Smartness of the attendant
3)Customer service professionalism
4)What was your overall experience with the staff and store environment neatness?
You will be shopping and evaluating from the following stores close to you and we are responsible for any shopping fee and your salary paid on you ready for evaluation.

Job Type:- REMOTE
Salary:-    $500

You could get 3 to 4 assignments weekly and make over $2500 and you will complete survey form after evaluation and lot of benefits in this open opportunity. Kindly reply with details below to continue.

Full Name
Birth Date
Phone number

Laura Leary


Client Services Manager


Please do not fall for a scam. Shoppers who are interested in assignments may register to become shoppers at conferoinc.com, and Confero does not request personal information for signup via email.

Please be aware of this scam and other scams by noting the following:

  • Emails from Confero employees will come from conferoinc.com. This one came from conferoinc@net-shopping.com  This is a fake email.
  • Please do not respond or provide any personal information to a person who claims to be with Confero. Please do not text them. Do not provide your social security number or other identifying information
  • Although this email does not mention it,  other scams will ask consumers for payments before they may take on an assignment.  Confero NEVER asks for a credit card payment from the shopper prior to assigning them to a shop. Registering as a contractor with Confero is at no cost and there is no obligation to take on any assignment. Payments are issued after successful completion of the mystery shop.

We thank the consumer who informed us of this scam, so that we can warn others.


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