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Earn $6800 a month in Warsaw? Job scams in Poland.

Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
6 Feb 2012 #1
What do you think of this offer showing how a Warsaw stay-at-home mum drawns in $6800 a month working from home?
normalnyfacet - | 31
6 Feb 2012 #2
What do you think of this offer

Scam, the name of the city/town quoted depends on where you are viewing the website from.
hythorn 3 | 580
6 Feb 2012 #3
it is a scam

click on the link in Gdansk and it will say how Kelly Richards from Gdansk made all this money working from home
do the same in Katowice and Kelly Richards (who sure does get around) earned that money working in Silesia

take a plane to Ulan Bator and click on the link and.... you guessed it
teflcat 5 | 1,032
6 Feb 2012 #4
Or Pieczurki if you're near BiaƂystok.
eberhart 13 | 120
4 Jul 2012 #5
Merged: Reports of scams in Poland

SCAM: Prepaid flat viewing in Warsaw,30797,121832714-mieszkanie-warszawa.asp

This company listing a flat in this domiporta ad charges in advance to see their "list" of flats. They show ads with low prices and nice standard that aren't real or really for rent. The above listing is an example. They need to be dealt with but unfortunately the Police don't seem to care.

Here is the "firm's" phone number: 790316947
jon357 71 | 20,384
4 Jul 2012 #6
Avoid. The one by Rondo Waszyngtona used to try that too. I don't know how many people fell for it.
Eric60 - | 1
6 Mar 2015 #7
Merged: Anyone know/used the media outlet online store? "The Struggles for Poland" on DVD

Does anyone know this website or has anyone used it?
Looker - | 1,119
6 Mar 2015 #8
I don't know it from my own experience, but here is a buyer beware report: JC Kaelin, Jr. Bought un playable "Peter Pan" DVD. Company refused to replace, refund or return phone calls.

So think twice before you make your purchase decision.
leesalee02 - | 1
13 Jun 2015 #9
Merged: POSSIBLE: work at home in Poland, USA/International scams

I need help trying to find companies in Poland and other places.They are nowhere to be found.The companies that are hiring me to work from home dont exist but they want me to fill out an app with all my bank info and social security.if there is anyone that can help me please email me. review the attached
Looker - | 1,119
14 Jun 2015 #10
Those typical jobs from home I always associated with a scam. There are ads, that people can gain great money just by pens folding or sticking stamps on letters, but I don't know anybody who could confirm this. I'm not denying that such good companies exist, but I think they are in minority. I'm sure I wouldn't give out some sensible data without first insight about such company.
al111 13 | 89
19 Feb 2017 #11

Jobseekers on Lento beware of Nobledoc

Just want jobseekers in Poland, especially young women, to beware of this suspicious company.

Nobledoc is a one-man company run from a mobile device by a Saudi Arabian guy named Dr. Hazem al Ahdab.
If you ever get an offer on Lento, like my friend did, just give it a pass.

The guy thinks he can reinvent the wheel on cold calling. The type of job he offers, which will only be explained after sending in your full cv, is not worth the salt. It's basically calling medical practitioners, hospitals and health centres asking them to join a website which is riddled with fake opinions and cliche names. You will be paid according to how many subscriptions you manage to sell. The guy has the audacity to even ask for university qualification for such a job.

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