We were sent an e-mail offering my wife a job based on 'her resume and e-mail posted on-line'. This was fictitious because, in her case, there is no resume posted on line. However, unlike most scam e-mails, this e-mail had both our e-mail address and her name, both forename and surname. The job description was written in good English and was mostly feasible. It came from an unlikely e-mail address in the Netherlands, with a feasible reply address in the UK.
I mention this as it was new to us. Our previous scam e-mails have not included so much information and have been obviously flawed. This one was presumably sent to catch people who do have a resume posted on line. It offered £36,000 p.a. for an 'operations manager' working from home.
The scam merchants are getting better at their job and we need to be ever questioning and vigilant.