I am getting such scam emails on a regular basis, and the senders sign up at no-name accounts like yahoo or similar with *,hk extensions for Hongkong or whatever. Some personal and place names may change, but the story full of lies they are telling you is almost the same and always follows the same pattern:
send your documents - you are promised a job - they need money to process your visa or for any other fishy reason - once you have sent the money, you will never hear back from them again.
Just delete such emails and let them end up in your spam filter! Do not respond to such unsolicited crap mails, and most importantly, do not send any money to any unknown person, you will lose it!!!!!!
Don't fall victim to these crooks and take good care of yourself in such a matter!
- Fraudulant TEFL Job Advertisements email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org -- Todd -- 2011-12-07
- Re: Fraudulant TEFL Job Advertisements email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org -- Turnoi -- 2011-12-08