firstname.lastname@example.org, Subject: Nanny Needed Urgently!!!
January 21, 2008 | in Scam Alerts
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Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2008 08:19:14 -0800
Subject: Nanny Needed Urgently!!!
My name is Mrs Michelle Williams wife to Mr Richard Williams. We are located in Las Vegas, California. I am presently on vacation with my family and will be back in a month’s time. I have a cute 2 year old daughter called Juliet who I need to be attended to after we come back from our vacation. I would like to put things in place so that you could start up immediately we arrive because her former nanny will not be with us anymore.
You will be required to work within the hours of 9am-3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and occasionally on weekends. If you choose to take care of my child I will provide you with a car to use, and a personal room if you wish to stay or spend the night.
Now a little about us, I own a small business and my husband is a very busy man. He is an Engineer and is always on the rig. We live a very simple life and we have a big apartment with 5 rooms, though its just three of us in the house. I hope you can join us on a trip someday as our last nanny did. The payment is $2000(two thousand US dollars)per month.
If you are interested in the position, I will like you to send me an email with a brief summary of your baby sitting experience or your resume. As well as some references.
I also have a small interview for you if you are interested in the position. It is written below:
1)What are your academics qualifications?
2)Do you have certificate to back up you babysitting/Nanny Career?
3)How old are you?
4)Are you married?
5)Do you have kid(s)?
6)Do you have any pet(s)?
7)Do you have any criminal records?
Ã‚Â I want you to send me your full name and your contact address, and your phone number.
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