Maidprovider. Ph — Maidprovider.Ph newborn yaya scam
Beware of this agency as they will pretend to have qualified "Yaya for Newborn Babies" when you call them but in reality they will pass of anyone (cooks, caregivers, maids, and office workers except a real experienced Yaya for Newborn Babies) as "Newborn Yaya" where literally the Yayas are Newborns as they became yayas only recently as long as the agency gets the p8, 888 fee that they charge as their agency fee. I was victimized recently when I was lured by their fancy website, complete documentations (nbi and police clearances and medicals), and their likes in their FB fanpage (they probably just paid for the likes). When I called their agency looking for a newborn yaya a certain "Isabelle" told me they have available "newborn yayas" but when I arrived at their agency to make the interview at Somerset Mansion at Leveriza near Buendia (Roxas), I was surprised to find out that the applicants for the job where far from qualified from being a Yaya for Newborn Babies (one said she was yaya for toddlers, the other said she had odd jobs and 1 and half year yaya experience so I turned them both down) where I specifically told them I had a 4 month old baby. The third applicant had a midwife diploma and said she worked abroad and had 12 years experience mostly as a yaya for newborn babies. Believing her I made a downpayment and someone from the agency accompanied her to our house (I paid for their travel expenses and paid in full when the so called "Newborn Yaya" arrived). On her 1st day on the job to me and my wife's horror she did not even know how to carry or hold a newborn baby (good thing we knew that our baby's neck was hard enough as she only drank breastmilk so at four months she was able to develop and grow at a fast rate). The newborn yaya did not even know how to support my baby's neck when she carried her and later we found out she was only an all around maid working abroad. Besides being completely incompetent and lying about her work experience she had an attitude problem where she annoys our maids and kept complaining behind our backs (me and my wife's). I returned her to the agency after a few days (takes about 1 and half to 2 hour drive from where we live to get to the agency). They gave me a replacement who was again unqualified who had no work ethic as she kept sleeping on the job and slept on a plastic chair while holding my baby. (Good thing my wife was with the replacement and stopped her.) The only thing the replacement knew about being a "Yaya for New Born Babies" is that she knew how to support the neck of a newborn baby and thats about it. She was completely untrainable as she refused to remember what we taught her and kept reminding her (like how to bathe our baby which is the shampoo or liquid soap etc.) She also kept complaining about the food and we found out that she ate 5 times a day (2 breakfastes), so the next day I returned her to the agency and demanded a qualified "Yaya for New Born Babies" as we never got one from them or refund my money. They kept pushing cooks, maids, and one unqualified looking "yaya" with bad hygiene during the interview (I was able to trace a pattern based on the application forms as I refused to do an interview unless they provided me the accomplished application form 1st and thats how I found out that most of those I interviewed, their job application was for being a cook, all around maid, and caregiving). Finally I demanded a refund but the agency refused citing lame excuses. I am now in the process of sending them a written demand letter and will follow through with a DTI complain and consider filing a civil case for breach of contract and criminal case for fraud or estafa. Hope those who read this will be a able to learn from my experience and AVOID GETTING "YAYAS FOR NEWBORN BABIES" FROM MAIDPROVIDER.PH.