Be very wary--this is an email I got today via hubpages:
Joey Lue (email@example.com) yh_service on HubPages
has sent you this message.
(email address verified)
We saw you on the content site (Hubpages), and we would like to offer you a service to work under us. The job offer is basically writing articles for in any category you like. We pay via PayPal per article so you don't have to wait until you earn clicks, once you write an article you earn.
We will pay $3-$5 per unique, new article. If you are interested please write a unique, never published article (not even on Hubpages), and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org . This will help us see how good you are, the article could be in any category as long as it has never been published before (new). It has to pass Copyscape.
We will review and accept or decline you.
Please note: That by sending us the article, you give us full right to the article as in you are not the author anymore. We will use your article whether we accept you or decline you.
See another thread about this at http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/13408
You'll have to scroll down to find darkside's post about the same email.
This crap goes on all the time.Just punch phising email in your inbox..
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