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Three Artesia residents, eager for employment, recently responded to an advertisement in the Artesia Daily Press, only to discover it was not the golden opportunity that it seemed.

A man calling himself “Mark Stone” placed a help wanted ad in the ADP classifieds section, requesting that it run from Dec. 3 until Dec. 16 of 2010.

The ad said this:

“Receptionist/ admin assistant position available at established Construction Management/ real estate development firm. Flexible 30 hour Monday-Friday work week. An excellent opportunity for advancement for the right person. Please send your resume to markstone39@live.com.”

When the victims responded to the advertisement, they allegedly were met with a barrage of requests for personal information. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

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