The Sweep Job

Take note! The Sweep Job is a part of a sequence of tasks given by Vex at The Ragged Flagon. Although it is not compulsory to finish them, doing so will boost the Guild’s financial stability and grant you more City Influence missions.

Each Sweep Job mission has the same goal: to steal three valuable items from the victim’s residence. Vex will instruct you to go to a specific location (Markart, Whiterun, Windhelm, or Solitude) and take the items. Afterward, return to Vex and claim your reward.

You can perform this mission as frequently as you wish – the objectives will be randomly selected, and there are no restrictions. Just remember not to harm anyone during the heist, or you will forfeit your reward and have to pay a fine. Failure to complete the mission will occur if you are caught in the act.


What is a “Sweep Job”?

A “Sweep Job” is a type of scam where scammers claim to offer a high-paying job that involves depositing checks into your bank account and then transferring the funds to other accounts. However, the checks are fake and once they bounce, you are left responsible for the money you transferred. This is also known as a “money mule” scam.

How do sweep job scammers find victims?

Sweep job scammers often find their victims through job search websites or social media platforms. They may post fake job listings or send messages to people claiming they found their profile and think they would be a good fit for the job. They may also use job titles like “financial agent” or “financial manager” to lure in victims.

What are the red flags of a sweep job scam?

Red flags of a sweep job scam include being offered a job without an interview, being promised high pay for little work, being asked to deposit checks into your personal bank account, and being asked to transfer funds to other accounts. Additionally, sweep job scammers may use fake company names or websites, and their communication may be unprofessional or contain spelling and grammatical errors.

What should I do if I think I am a victim of a sweep job scam?

If you think you are a victim of a sweep job scam, you should immediately stop all communication with the scammers and contact your bank to report any fraudulent activity. You should also report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). It is important to remember that you may be held responsible for any money you transferred, so it is important to act quickly.

How can I protect myself from sweep job scams?

To protect yourself from sweep job scams, be wary of any job offers that sound too good to be true or that involve depositing checks and transferring funds. Research the company and the job offer, and be skeptical of any requests for personal information or money. Additionally, do not give out your bank account information or agree to deposit checks for anyone unless you are confident it is a legitimate opportunity.

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