Shortly after posting my resume on job boards in the effort to find a new employment, I received several variations on this email from someone named Katrin Walter:"Tue, 20 Dec 2016Good day _____ _____!I’m Katrin Walter, I want to tell you that our company is searching for one more Travel Manager.I have seen your CV on the job seekers’ website, so I think that you can be interested in my offer.Let us define the basic preferences of our proposal – adaptable work hours and the opportunity to join this position with your principal one.You may spend 5-7 hours a week and you make a excellent wage in three hundred dol..We suppose that it is a nice pay for such a short period of time.Thus, there are several basic demands for you:timely execution of tasks and assignmentsa persistent contact with your manager (using Internet, the availability of the phone would be an asset)a wish to improve your knowledge while working in the one of the largest worldwide tourist agencyWe would like to add that you do not have pay any charge, as the training process takes place in the actual time and is quite free. The tutoring period is paid by us fully.Moreover, there are a lot of rewards to your guaranteed wage.This is brief information, so if you are concerned about this occupation, email me ASAP.I shall forward some messages, in case you do not get this one. That’s why you should not suppose that you are getting junk e-mail from me.We are looking forward to getting your response. You may send all the inquiries if any.Best regards,HR manager Katrin WalterBlaguss GmbH Travel"Each email from "Katrin" came from a different email address, with only the domain name (zoho.com) being the same. No phone number or other contact information was provided. I believe this is a phishing attempt of some kind.