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  • Eslbase
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    26 June, 2011 at 20:49
    • Total posts: 81

    The following adverts have recently been posted:

    We are an italian family resident in the UK. My Wife and son are new to the environment and need a good esl teacher to help them out in conversation english since the are new to the environment and need english to start.

    We will pay for travel expenses.

    Michael Noble
    52 Davies Street,London
    +447024042594
    london
    london
    United Kingdom
    Tel: 7024042594
    michaelnoble8@gmail.com

    WE REQUIRE AN ESL TEACHER

    Dear Teacher,

    We need help teaching my wife and child English. We are a Russian family living in the UK and the need help learning English since the are new to the UK.

    We need someone who knows spoken English who is not from UK.

    We shall undertake the travel expenses and accommodation will not be a problem.

    Paul Noris
    52 Davis street London, United Kingdom
    LONDON
    606
    United Kingdom
    pnoris75@yahoo.com

    Dear Teacher,

    We need help teaching my wife and child English. We are a UAE family living in the UK and the need help learning English since the are new to the UK.

    We need someone who knows spoken English who is not from UK.

    We shall undertake the travel expenses and accommodation will not be a problem.
    Hossam hassan
    10 glassgow street London,

    United Kingdom
    hossamh016@gmail.com

    hossam
    10 glassgow street london
    united kingdom
    london
    w112bq
    United Kingdom
    Tel: +447024042594
    hossamh016@gamail.com

    ESL TEACHER FOR HOME SERVICE.

    James
    52 Davis street London, United Kingdom
    london
    w112bq
    United Kingdom
    Tel: +447024042594
    jamespaker@gmail.com

    Warning signs:

    1. The first and second adverts were posted very soon after each other. They have the same postal address yet claim to be two different families.
    2. An internet search for the phone number in the first, third and fourth adverts shows that it has been used in previous scams.
    3. The postcode in the third advert is not a valid UK postcode.
    4. It is unlikely that "Glassgow Street" (with a double ‘s’) is a street in London. Glasgow Street – possibly, Glassgow Street, unlikely.
    5. If these families are living in th UK and want to learn English, why are they excluding people "not from the UK" as possible candidates?

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