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Q: Is Arton reale state is unreal company? Or lier company?

 

 

 

http://jobs.echinacities.com/jobchapter/1354392788

 

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On Mon, 6/10/13, John Nilson <john.nilson@arton-realestate.com> wrote:

 

 Subject: Your http://arton-realestate.com account has been activated !

 To: elsharish2010@yahoo.com

 Date: Monday, June 10, 2013, 7:03 AM

 

Dear Elsabeth Fantahun Gurmu,

Your account at http://arton-realestate.com has been activated.

Login: egurmu
Password: qsz********

Please check if your personal and bank details are written correctly. That is very important. 

You can access your account by clicking http://arton-realestate.com/taskmanagerWLH/?page=login or choosing the option "Agent Login" at the main page.

You will receive your first assignment in the next few weeks. We will immediately inform you via e-mail and your personal Arton Real Estate AG account.

Please check your account and e-mail at least twice a day.

Sincerely,
Arton Real Estate AG

 

Then there assignment

 

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On Wed, 6/19/13, john.nilson@arton-realestate.com <john.nilson@arton-realestate.com> wrote:

 

 Subject: New task available

 To: elsharish2010@yahoo.com

 Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 11:46 AM

 

Dear Elsabeth,

The sum equal 8600 Euro has been transferred into your bank account. Funds will be available at your bank account on 21.06.2013 . That are instructions you have to do on 21.06.2013 :

1.    Go to bank and withdraw cash (8600 Euro) from your account. Please withdraw money in Euros or US dollars. If that is not doable then withdraw it in your currency.

NOTE*
*When you come to bank to withdraw the money, the bank manager will ask you questions, such as from whom and what for you have received this transaction. You must give a clear and confident answer. In this case only, you will be able to withdraw money and handle the transaction. Generally speaking, in any case you cannot notify the manager that these are business transactions (business transactions are being additionally checked, which causes delays in work, and this is unacceptable). Say that it is a private transfer. The sender is your friend (colleague, an old friend, etc.). The purpose of payment is a financial aid (gift, ebay auction payment for something, support for university payment, etc.) In fact you may say any phrase that does not indicate any business. Below you will find details of your specific payment and notes to it. Make sure you remember the name of sender and payment details, consider what you will say in the bank when withdrawing. Should you have any questions, please contact us and we will give you satisfactory answers.

Sender: Franko Zagaria, Switzerland
Write down and remember the name of the sender, in case you will be asked!

2.    Keep 4% (it is your comission). 4% from 8600 Euro equal 344 Euro.
3.    Go to any Western Union branch.(you may find nearest Western Union branch location at official Western Union sitehttp://westernunion.com ).
4.    Transfer 96% of sum (8256 pounds) to the following details (details below):

IMPORTANT: Transfer money to these details:

Receiver 1
First Name: VALENTINA
Last Name: FINKOVA
Country: UKRIANE
City: KIEV
Street: 83 Volodarskogo Str.
Summ: 4500 Euro

Receiver 2
First Name: EGOR
Last Name: SHYSHKIN
Country: UKRIANE
City: KIEV
Street: 102/7 Zemskoy Str.
Summ: REST

Take Western Union commission from transferred amount.

5. Inform one of our managers via your Arton Real Estate AG account the details of Western Union payment.
Email: finance@arton-realestate.com

NOTE**
**You know China is currently into lots of laws on virtually everything, basically every sector in the economy is involved with policies now. Going to transfer money, they take a copy of passport details, confirm residency status and the rest. It makes your work not comfortable and it harms our business, it makes delays etc. So when manager in bank will ask you purpose of payment and other payment information just say 'donation' or 'my friend helps me' in fact you may say any phrase that does not indicate any business.

Finance Department,
Arton Real Estate

 

I think this is illegal!

6 years 49 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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as soon as the transfer of money is talked about Alarm bell ring.   Try another job!!   good luck to you .    ohhhh while you are waiting why not go to my post Sex in China On A 30 Day Visa?wink

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That is, of course, a scam. Never, ever, never, never, never deal with any "business" that requires use of Western Union. Second, it looks like a money-laundering scheme. The first transaction might go well, but then the bogus money-orders and fake cashiers checks will start. You should never give your bank details to anyone unless they are a credible employer.

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Money laundering?  Not for such small amounts (only 8600 Euro) and most certainly a stranger will not be trusted with their money.   It's phantom money.  It will appear in your bank records as a  deposit to your account, but it will be taken back later.  In the meantime, you will have already withdrawn legitimate funds and sent to them.  Yes, definitely a scam.  Whenever someone asks you to lie about the main purpose of your job, it's not a real job.

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It looks like phishing scam to me. Do not, under any circumstances, give them the details of your personal bank account to "transfer" this money or, worse still, do not provide any personal details that might allow them to access your account.

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