I received a couple of the following a few minutes or several ago. Given the pathetically poor attempt at faking the headers, I do sometimes ponder why they've not devoted at least a little more time into bothering to try, given their involvement in fraud and other criminal activity.
Header: Spot the fake!
The following is the headers from one of the emails. See if you can spot the faked lines (nope, it really is excruciatingly blatant). No prizes, no tricks, take your time.
The following is the actual content of them;
The only difference I've seen between those I've received, have been the email addresses they want you to send your "resume" (by far one of the worst things you can do! (the worst thing you can do of course, other than responding in the first case, is actually "working" for them, not least because it will put you straight in the firing line for prosecution!)).
The type of scam in this case, is very blatant. It's dropshipping and financial fraud, for those wondering.
These people haven't just stuck to spamming for their scams via emails by the way - they've even set up "blogs" to entice the unwary. Such as the following;