Scams offering fake Au Pair positions
#206032 by AlanJones Sun Jun 15, 2014 11:05 am
This is an au pair job scam. There is no job, just a scammer looking to steal your money.

I’m so glad to hear from you, We need a lovely Au pair for my son,
someone that is down to earth with at least some months experience in
nanny or care giving. If you deem fit for the offer, Kindly send me
your updated CV and recent pictures of your self.

I really wished to tell you about my family, I would love to tell you
more about my family, your work, your accommodation and salary. We are
lovely family of three (3) living in
London. I’m an engineer. My Son Eddie is 5yrs, he is hyper active and
fun to be with. I would have love to have your Resume CV.

My nationality is United Kingdom, am a true Christian and i believe in
God almighty... am also looking for a devoted au pair who's God
fearing.

Your duty is to take good care of Eddie approximately 30hrs to 35hrs a
week. He is all i got now and i want the best for him. You will help
him do his home work, assist him observe his
siesta, feed him, take him to school or for shopping if needs arise.
You will have weekends free and be entitled to all holidays and we
will pay you 100GBP (British pounds) per week for your up-keeps and
1000GBP at the end of the month making it a sum total amount of
1,400GBP Monthly.

I hope to hear from you.

Blair Family

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#206263 by AlanJones Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:23 pm
We are so glad to hear from you. We are seriously in search of a
devoted and hardworking Au pair that can be able to take care of our
lovely kids.

I have gone through your CV, you are such a sincere and kind hearted
being, I would appreciate if you will join my home as a family, I
would first like to know, why do you chose to work as an Au pair in
London? I hope you don’t have any criminal records that can implicate
my family while you work with us.

Regarding to your question about your accommodation, you will have a
live-in apartment in my home because you are joining us as one family.
We will be so glad to pick you at the airport on your arrival.


I would love to know more about you before we can confide to employ
you to work for my family, as you know that Au pair Job is a very
delicate job here. I would also love to confirm your interest and
capability to take up this offer because I really want the best for my
kid. Meanwhile, I would like you to tell me why you choose to work as
an Au pair?

Do you really wish to work in London?

How eligible are you to live and work in UK as required by UK Border Agency?

What do you do at your leisure?

Have you been to UK before?

What makes you think that you are qualified and capable to take good
care of kids?

In terms of your application process, who will take care of your expenses?

Do you live with your family?

Can you drive?

Do you have a valid passport or ID card?

Are you physically fit for the Job? Do you have first aid training?

Are you sure that you are qualified to meet up with the requirements
that would be needed by the UK Home Office to grant the approval of
your application so as not to cause a delay or disappointment after a
long run with us and the process?

I hope the interview is very clear. I really want to be sure that I
employ the right Au pair for my kids and I will wait to hear from you
if there’s any further question you need to know about the job and my
family.

Thank you for your time and God bless you. We wait for your response
so that we can start processing your application.

Hoping to hear from you.

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#209828 by AlanJones Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:06 pm
Two similar emails with the same attachment

I have consulted the barrister to know the procedure, I was surprised
when he said that it is my responsibility to pay your flight ticket
and other legal document needed to be obtained here in London since am
the employer while you will have your valid passport or ID, show your
BTA/Proof of sufficient fund. I have asked him to proceed with our
application.

The attached to this mail is our agreement letter, kindly go through
it, sign and send a copy to the barrister in charge of our application
for more information on the Contract Letter.

Name: Barrister Nartey Solomon
Email: [email protected]

We will be so glad if you join us soon. Have a lovely weekend.

Mr. Blair

sorry there was a mistake, have busy with work


I just received our agreement letter from the barrister now, am still surprised
when he said that it is my responsibility to pay your flight ticket
and other legal document needed to be obtained here in London since am
the employer while you will have you valid passport or ID, show your
BTA/Proof of sufficient fund. I have asked him to proceed with our
application.

The attached to this mail is our agreement letter, kindly go through
it, sign and send a copy to the barrister in charge of our application
for more information. Here is the barrister’s data;

Name: Barr. Nartey Solomon
Email: [email protected]

We will be so glad if you join us soon. Have a lovely week.

Mr. Blair

busy with work


Attachment

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick;
3 Morley Ave, London.
United Kingdom.

Dear Au Pair,
Approved Contract Letter
We are delighted to offer you the position of an Au pair for minimum period of six (6) months, and the terms and condition of the job offer are x-rayed at the right hand side of this approved contract letter of employment.
Employer:
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick
Barr. Nartey Solomon


(Barrister in-charge)

Terms and conditions of the job offer
Employer:
1. Employer shall provide employee with shelter, Medication as well as see to the wellbeing of the Au pair.
2. Employer shall pay an Au pair 100GBP as pocket money and 1000GBP as monthly salary to sum it up to 1400GBP/Month. Other added fee would be discussed between the employer and the employee.
3. Employer must provide either a live-in or live-out accommodation for the employee.
4. Employer shall enrol the employee for English classes if necessary, and pay for the tuition.
Employee:
1. Employee must take their work very serious and teach the children only good morals.
2. Main duty of the Au pair includes taking care of Eddie and Sandra, bringing them back from school, help them do their home works, feed them as well as make them observe their siesta.
3. Au pair is expected to work approximately 35Hours per week and will have two(2) days off, mostly at weekends and is entitled for a month leave after the first six (6) months.
4. Au pair is expected to start as soon as he/she arrives and stay a minimum period of six (6) months up to a year.
5. Au pair is expected to keep their rooms clean as to show diligence.
6. Visitors of the employee must be discussed with the employer before their arrival.
Reasons which could give rooms for disciple nary measures include:-
Disrespect, Drunkenness, Theft, Child Abuse/Neglect, Illegal
Drugs and Job incompetence.
Please be sure to have read and understood this agreement letter before signing.
I accept this offer. I decline this offer.

Name:........................................................................................................................................................................
Sign:.............................. Date.................................. Sign............................. Date..........................

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#209964 by AlanJones Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:48 am
From Barrister Nartey solomon - [email protected]

We have noted the content of your mail.

Your employer Mr. Patrick Blair contacted our chamber concerning your work as Au pair in his home.

We have advice your employer to adhere to all instructions that will be given to him as it is from the UK home office and same goes to you as well.

We have received your signed contract letter so we will commence immediately with the processing of your document so as to meet up on time.

You and your employer have to adhere to instructions and help us in providing the needed requirement that will help in the preparation of your travel document.

You are not to visit the British consulate in your country until you have received your documents and letter from the UK home office here, that will grant the release of your VISA by the local British consulate in your country.

We work to serve you better.

Barrister Nartey Solomon


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#210377 by AlanJones Tue Jul 15, 2014 10:41 am
Dear Applicant:

We are still in procession of your paper's in the home and your employer has made all the neccessary payment on your behalf.

Working to serve you better.

Barrister Nartey

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