Asking to overpay for an item

often, fraudsters will attempt to organize a transaction that is not face-to-face. The following is an example of a common reply you might receive:

“Thanks, everything sound good to me and I will instruct my secretary to issue out the payment to you ASAP and for confirmation of the item from us. And as soon as you receive the payment *name* will have access to come for the lesson. More so I want to tell you that the Payment will come to you in excess payment which will included the maid fees on the check we are sending to you, because the maid will need the rest money to relocate to your location with my son for the tutor lesson….Please as a good teacher I will want you to help me to handle this payment with care and with the instruction when you receive the check….When the tutoring start in two week’s time if you take good care of my kid I will compensate you for another extra amount.

As soon as you receive the payment you will deduct your own money for the tutor lesson of my kid for 1 month and you will have the rest money send to the nanny through Western union money transfer, the nanny information to send the rest money will be email to you as soon as you receive the check from us.. I will instruct my secretary to issue out the payment to you ASAP.*CAN I TRUST YOU WITH MY MAID MONEY? you will handle this for me and I will be happy if my kid achieve his aim in future?”  

If you do receive any such replies, please contact Adjeem so we can remove their access to our site and keep them from trying this on others.   

The best rule of thumb while using Adjeem is to meet up with the person you are communicating with the good old-fashioned way: face-to-face!

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