Yes, Personal Assistants are Need LOL
This scammer is supposedly a businessman who travels a lot, and he'd like you to do his shopping for him, and mail his stuff to him. You would work less than 5 hours for $200 per week, or $40 an hour. Sounds like a great deal, right? Uh, no. This is similar to the mystery shopping scam. You would be sent personal or cashiers checks good enough to fool your bank, so the teller might give you the cash. My bank would not do that, and rightly so. There's no bank account attached to the scammer's phony checks. He wants you to send about 90 percent of the cash to him by Western Union, and you would get to keep the rest for yourself, as your "paycheck." Your bank would only find out later that the check was no good, you would be left on the hook for the money you sent the scammer, while he would get away scot-free, as he's probably in another country altogether. For more of these scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Job Scam Videos are Here. Thank You.
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