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Can someone tells me how this works? My daughter teaches singing and got this recently.
Good day to you over there,i am Rev.Skimma Codded I need
a tutor for my child base on your advert ,i got your advert while surfing through the internet and i really want my child to be taught by you.John is 18 year old and easily catch up..Although,i understand you are in Uk but i've arranged with my cousin living in overthere that my child is coming to stay with him from the Netherlands for his period of tutoring and he had agreed with me. I want you to get back to me with following details:
1)your present residence address and tel #
2)total cost of tutoring for 2 months (1 hour per day 3 days /week)
3)your years of teaching experience.
Payment via cashier's cheque,looking
forward to hearing from you soonest.
Regards to you and your family
bill2 Baiting Guru
Joined: 10 Sep 2006
Location: Yeah who can tell me where I am?
Wed Sep 03, 2008 6:53 pm
He'll pay in advance with a fake cheque and has you WU the money back to him when his kids can't show up for the lessons, so sharpen the contract
I just saw this was your first post. Read, Read and Read a bit more, if.. get a handy free mentor and have fun
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Mugatu ** Retired **
Joined: 13 May 2007
Location: The star of India
Wed Sep 03, 2008 7:11 pm
Yep, as Bill says, he'll send you 2 months worth of tuition fees in the form of a cheque. He'll cancel the lessons then ask you to wire the money back, keeping a little for your trouble. The cheque is of course fake and will bounce, leaving you owing the whole lot.
It's another version of the classic overpayment scam, as popularly seen on sales sites like ebay and craigslist etc.
Recently there's been a few of these "payment for services" scams, including one that targets music teachers and linguists. They're not as common as some others though. Well done on spotting it and being wary.
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Joined: 03 Sep 2008
Wed Sep 03, 2008 7:37 pm
Many thanks Bill2 & Mugatu - I just could not figure out what was behind it. I am new to this site and I feel I can learn a lot here on ways to deal with the nonsense that pours into my in box.
remmy223 Elite Baiter
Joined: 12 Jun 2006
Location: butt f*** middle of nowhwere
Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:06 pm
old git wrote:
I feel I can learn a lot here on ways to deal with the nonsense that pours into my in box.
thats easy,just hit the delete button on mails that are not from friends or family.
i must commend you on doing your research as that has saved you some money now.if you wish to continue,please sign up for a mentor and join this happy gang of baiters to give those scammers sheer hell.
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