Scams on SitterCity.com

Fake posting, to get you to send personal information

 

My Complaint: My name is Nelly, I am looking for a job, and I respond to a nanny posting in two different occasions. And on both time I received a request to send my resume and personal references. I did not know that it was a scam. I respond and received the below email. My computer got hacked a few weeks ago. Again I went to my profile under the sitter.com I applied for nanny job in the local area with a title Experiences nanny wanted, on 11/12/2013 at sitter city. And I got a respond text, to send my personal references Besy [email protected]. I did do that last night, and again I got the same letter that I had got last time. Please see below.

Thanks so much for your interest in the nanny. My name is Besy, my Husband name is Denis Ford, with our first daughter Pamela of 2 years old. My wife is 6month’s pregnant and we are in the process of re-locating from Spain, to your city and will as well appreciate if you can recommend a good doctor for her when we arrive. We are coming on a vacation to the United States and i found your email interesting.

I am in need of someone who can help my wife with some of the house hold chores running some errands when necessary and babysitting my daughter Pamela taking care of her as yours around these hours of 2pm – 6pm from Mondays thru Fridays. You would only be needed for few hours per week at your convenience.

We will need your service starting from November 25th. Kindly advise your available hours and when likely can you start?

About My daughter:Pamela is a talented daughter and very bright. She is fun loving, kind and lovely. I will be needing your service Till ending of this Year.am offering $500.00 per week as compensation for a trustworthy
and honest candidate. I have a Personal Assistant who is helping me with the re-location process. It’s okay if you prefer to be a live-in or live-out nanny as i can drop her at your home everyday and will greatly appreciate if you will be delighted to accept this offer as we would be arriving before the starting date.

If you accept this position, I will instruct my finance manager to forward to you a cashier’s check for your first week upfront payment by express mail so that i can be rest assured of your availability for the job and wouldn’t need to search for a nanny anymore. I will as well run a background check on you because it’s not easy to leave a child with someone just like that and i hope you understand my concerns. If this employment opportunity is acceptable to you, kindly get back to me asap with the information below required for confirmation and further proceedings to take place:

Name to be on Check:
Contact Address: (No P.O. Box)
Apt #:
(City,Zip Code and State):
Mobile & Home numbers:
Active email address:

Our expected arrival date is 25th of November but you will be paid immediately, as i will have several small assignments for you to complete prior to our arrival, such as checking our new apartment for necessary supplies, purchasing what may be needed before our arrival, etc. All we ask from you is honesty and sincerity. And am sure you will enjoy the time you will spend with my daughter.

Please do get in touch on time so that we can start making arrangements with our travel agency while i await your swift response regards this employment offer and the requested details.

Have a nice day.

Sincerely,
Besy&Denis Ford

 

My Demand: To stop and to investigate this scam. The website Sitter.com should be hold accountable for allowing fake post.

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