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Tgonzalez Designs Ltd / SCAM

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THIS IS A SCAM. HE HAS A AD POSTED ON CRAIG'S LIST: HERE IS THE EMAIL:

Good Day,

How are you doing today? Thanks for applying to the post, Actually the position for a Personal Assistant is opened now and would be a great pleasure to have you as my assistant.My name is Timmy Gonzalez, CEO of TGonzalez Designs Ltd. I’m an Interior Designer.

Our interiors are shaped to celebrate the existence, inspiration and wishes of our clients. Whether your project is a new build, residential or commercial renovation, or furniture and finish selections, TGonzalez Designers approaches each mission as a dynamic collaborative process – one that results in stimulating and uniquely tailored environments. Our clients are the key to every one of our successful design projects. Services available .
We aim to bring excellent Room Reviews and Property Staging to everyone, no matter how large or small their budget may be. Our services are perfect for those seeking more control over decorating their property portfolio.


I'm looking for someone that can be trusted and reliable to work very well and with good understanding.
Basic wage is $300 weekly ($1, 200 monthly)

Duties and Requirements:

Organized and able to take instructions well, Dependable, Reliable, Trustworthy a must

Must have good attention to detail
Must be a problem solver and not a problem maker
Have great work ethic and attitude, as well as people skills
Pay-attention to details, capable of multi-tasking, and works well under stress at times.

Benefits:

- Salary is guaranteed.
- Yearly performance bonus
- Paid vacation/sick/personal days
- Medical benefits

This position is Home -based and flexible Part time job, you can be in any location because you will be working from your home doing all the activities...Am out of the state for a business trip and I will be back before the end of the Month, Pending my arrival I want you to start working for me and I have a number of things you could help me with this week or next week if you will be available to start. This will serve as a stable foundation to our working relationship.

I have the first task waiting for you, I just need know if you are ready to work. I have been checking my files and what I would want you to do for me by next week is to run some errands out to some Foster Homes, You will be making some donations to them as I always do every month, I just want to use this to test your efficiency.

Funds required to make the Donations will be sent to you from my client in any form of Payment mostly in (Money Order/Cashier's Check)...I guess you will make arrangements to buy some stuff for the kids in the nearest store around you and mail them out to any given information I provide for you.

If you think there is a way you can do the required work while also attending to your other obligations, kindly send the details below


1. Your Full Name.
2. Physical Address (P.O. Box not acceptable).
3. Phone Number.


4. Age.
5. Sex.
6. Nationality.
7. Marital Status.


Requesting you to supply answers to questions 4-7 is not meant to serve as any means of racial inequality, sexism or whatever form of disrespect to you, so, you might as well opt to not answer them if it makes you feel uncomfortable but knowing the answers to those questions would give me a better chance of getting to know more about you since we're having to conduct this online and not actually in person.

If you have any concerns feel free to email me, once I have received your contact information I will get back to you with the task for Next week.
I will await your response.
Timmy L Gonzalez
[protected]@gmail.com

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  • Ga
      Aug 27, 2010

    thanks! I just got this exact email from him! I thought it sounded strange, but I am very happy to save myself the headache!

    thanks again

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  • Bs
      Aug 27, 2010

    I do received that same email...so how many Personal Assistant this person need? There's the scam!

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  • Ka
      Aug 27, 2010

    What do I need to do if I did comply with the questions and sent it to him??????????????

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  • Lo
      Aug 27, 2010

    Yes this is a scam. I went through the whole process of them actually sending me the fake money orders. Thank God that I have a friend that pointed it out to me. I even double-checked and went up to my bank to ask them to check them. Please don't waste your time.

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  • Mi
      Aug 28, 2010

    I just got the same exact email however the email address in my email is [protected]@gmail.com. I felt it seemed a little strange thats why I googled it. What could be his point in doing this?

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  • Pe
      Aug 28, 2010

    the email has actually been changed now. it is [protected]@gmail.com

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  • Wh
      Aug 28, 2010

    i got the same email today and stupid as i am i sent him my resume.
    do you think that will hurt me???
    i knew it sounded funny but i had my friend
    send the email so now im like wtf..

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  • Jc
      Aug 28, 2010

    I just got the exact same email too. Since it was originally a craigslist ad, I sent an email asking for more info before submitting my resume. I thought it sounded fishy when it said that he was "out of town on business" but would want me to start working right away without doing an interview. The dead giveaway was that my first "task" would require trusting a stranger with the equivalent of cash without even meeting face to face.

    Back to the job search...

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  • Jc
      Aug 28, 2010

    Forgot to add that the email came from [protected]@gmail.com

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  • Dc
      Aug 29, 2010

    just got the same email..from [protected]@gmail.com

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  • As
      Aug 30, 2010

    I sent him all the information he wanted...what's going to happen with that information?

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  • Lt
      Aug 31, 2010

    what would happen if you had cashed the check? like how does he scam people

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  • Mr
      Sep 06, 2010

    He's also got another ad under Jeff Hubbard and another one with the email [protected]@live.net. If the only thing you did was send the info he requested then you're fine. If you received the money orders and have them cashed then that's a different story. The email after the one that is posted here requests you cash the money orders and send the money to foster homes through western union. Even though the foster home address is valid, I'm sure he is the receiver picking up the money. Once the bank realizes the money orders are fake, they will come after you to reimburse them...and this con-artist will already have over $1, 000 from you that you won't be able to get back.

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  • Su
      Sep 07, 2010

    I received an email [protected]@live.com. I was also told by this guy that my first "task" would be to send an email out just like his to cities all over the country. That didn't happen.

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