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Southaven, MS, United States
Other Job Site
|+3 Untitled Job Scam on Other Job Site, ref:16259 |
|No Name (Las Vegas, NV, United States) Added the following extra information on :2014-08-22 14:10:21|
Needed a personal assistant, out of the country and needed errands ran for an orphanage. Want to cash a check for 2833.32. Then instagram it somewhere else. Craigslist.
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2014-05-21 11:18:31|
Same exact thing happened to me from another person. A Thomas Schlieve. Sent me to Deliverybooking@live.com. Scam. Be careful guys.
|Victoria Tanner (Lakeland, FL, United States) Added the following extra information on :2014-02-08 10:52:53|
I was offered a job from Kenneth Judd (firstname.lastname@example.org for working as a personal assistant, ordering office supplies, forwarding his mail. I received my first check yesterday (should have been $500 for the first week) but it was for $2876, he as me to take out 10% and forward the rest to an address which he said was an orphanage. I looked up the address online and it was for a home that was for sales in California. When I sent him an email about it he apologized and said he was selling that home and gave me another address to send the money too. When I took the check to my bank to deposit it they called Wells Fargo to verify the check and was told it was a fraud. At that point they kept the check and just gave me a copy of it. He keeps insisting that it s not fraud. I told him if he wanted to me work for him to send a cashier's check but I doubt that till happen. Be careful everyone.
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org