Scams offering fake Au Pair positions
#218025 by AlanJones Sun Sep 07, 2014 7:25 am
Fake UK Home Office email address used by an au pair scammer.


We have noted the content of your Application, Your employer and host Mrs.Kleshy Welbrome consulted our office, concerning your intended job as an Au pair in their family here in London. My name is barr.mrs.Theresa Kutton a representative of the UK Home Office for Au pairs.

In order to legally work in the United Kingdom as an Au pair with your host family without applying under the government’s tier based points system, Au pairs need to apply for National Insurance Number and Work Scheme Card for Au pairs through the UK Home Office, which will allow Applicant to legally work as an Au pair for a sponsoring host family in the UK.

Find attached the necessary steps you will take to enable you obtain UK Home Office Requirements for Au pairs, read carefully and follow instructions.

NOTE: You have to meet up with our requirements to enable us arrange the necessary UK Home Office requirements.The sender of the deposit must have a different surname from you just to prove that someone else outside your family is aware of your coming to the UK to work as au pair.

This has to be done at least before 5 working days to avoid delay or
termination of your application.

Cooperate with us and We would work to serve you better.

Your safety is our priority.

UK Border Agency,
2 Marsham Street SW1P 4DF,
London, United Kingdom.
Application: [email protected]
(UK Home Office Aupair/Nanny Representative)

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