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  • Eslbase
    Administrator
    22 June, 2010 at 17:53
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    The following advert has recently been posted for an ESL teacher in the UK. This has been identified as a likely scam and we advise against any contact with this person:

    Family in UK seeks your services

    My name is Mr Miller Oliver and I am an US citizen resident here in England. I want teacher to come in London and teach my wife and son conversation english and I love American accent coz my is an Malaysian citizen … I offer GBP500 (British pounds) PER week.

    Family in UK seeks your services

    My name is Mr Miller Oliver and I am an US citizen resident here in England. I want teacher to come in London and teach my wife and son conversation english and I love American accent coz my is an Malaysian citizen … I offer GBP500 (British pounds) PER week so you teach well, because English mean important for my job and family. I provide full furnish accomodation with phone and internet live in or close to family house.

    Please write soon with updated credentials and resume or call me on my number +44 7024026772 for discuss. i will pay for all travel expenses for no problem so dont worry. I hope you can start next month.

    God Bless you and Thank you so much

    Mr miller Oliver

    Mr Miller Famliy
    41 Davies Street London M1K 5DA,
    London
    M1K 5DA
    United Kingdom
    tel: +44 7024066761
    miller100ms@yahoo.com

    Warning signs:

    1. Very bad English
    2. A Google search for the postcode gives results warning about similar scams.

    Unassigned
    Participant
    24 June, 2010 at 20:44
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    Reply To: Miller family, UK

    Hi

    How do you know that this is a scam?
    IS it definite??

    jonharules
    Participant
    25 June, 2010 at 15:44
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    Reply To: Miller family, UK

    Hi imran,

    If you look at this thread about au pair scams,

    http://jonhappiness.blogspot.com/2010/0 … -scam.html

    the number that Mr. Miller provided was also provided by one of scammers who are "looking for au pairs".

    nooneshotjr
    Participant
    10 July, 2010 at 18:39
    • Total posts: 4

    Reply To: Miller family, UK

    How do you know that this is a scam?

    that isn’t a london postcode, for starters. M1 is manchester. plus, it just sounds dodgy! :lol:

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