Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Rich Nicholas / rich-nicholas@hotmail.com / Fake Job Scam Fraud

This is fake job scam! Read www.scam-job-emails.tk  if you get a job offer from this person it is fake! Do not send any money or documents!

Rich Nicholas <rich-nicholas@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello Victim

How are you doing? I went through your profile at http://www.newaupair.com  and was highly interested in your service to be my beloved kid's Au Pair. My name is Rich Nicholas and my wife's name is Jenny. We are happily married with a kid. We own a hotel here in the UK. My son Jamal is (3) years old. I just enroll him at kindergarten school.

Due to our varying and lengthy working hours, We are looking for someone who is caring, flexible and appreciates family values and will be willing to be a special friend to our beloved son, someone we can trust to treat as a family/friend and not just as an Au pair.

We are easy to get along with and will really want to make you feel comfortable and at home. Your one and only duty will be basically to take good care of Jamal. We already have a housekeeper who cleans the house. You will be provided with a well furnished room with its own bathroom, a desk phone and computer system with full internet access. You are also allowed a car for your easy accessibility and also in the case of emergency. I can only afford to pay you 550GBP (Five hundred and Fifty pounds) weekly and 100GBP allowance to see to Jamal after needs and I hope you can accept that.

Kindly get back to me with your updated Resume/CV and few pictures of yours if interested, so we will get to know each other more better and also tell you more about your job.

Mr. Rich Nicholas

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