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#1 Parent Douglas Town - 2015-05-10
Re Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

Eric Milner - if that is his name - is also a bit thick because now he's pretending to be a Japanese gentleman offering a more modest remuneration - but he still has the same e-mail address.

El Viernes 8 de Mayo de 2015 15:22, Motoyama Nagawa ericmilner02@gmail.com escribiĆ³:

Hello Teacher,

I got to know that you are an English teacher on an English teaching job site and i decided to contact you to know if you will be able to come to London England to tutor my family We are Japanese Residing in England.I need a teacher who will come to England to tutor my family for a period of 1 and half year.

I will give you accommodation and also pay you monthly salary of five thousand British pounds sterling, Though i have seen your brief CV but i will like you to send me your updated CV,picture and also your availability date.

Cheers
Motoyama and the Family.

#2 Parent ESLteacher - 2015-03-01
Re Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

Hello Michelle,

I received the same offer, how did you determine it wasn't legitimate? Did you contact the barrister directly? I ask because I would like to work in Europe, and am wondering if you had any luck with a different approach?

tlenhartbiz@live.com

Thanks for the input

#3 Parent Admin - 2015-02-23
Re: Re Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

Typical scam!
Glad you won't be a victim of it.

#4 Parent Michelle - 2015-02-23
Re Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

I recently received an email from Eric Milner claiming to be from Russia and now living with his wife and 5 children in London. He's offered me 10,500 British Pounds per month, free accommodation and return airfares in exchange for tutoring his children. He has sent me a contract to be signed and sent to a barrister called Barry Walters Esq. The contract and emails are almost identical to the ones mentioned previously. If it sounds too good to be true then it most likely is!

#5 Parent thanks heaps for your warning - 2015-01-08
Re Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

i also received a formal email that was offering me a ESL tutor job in Mancestor London for $6000 american dollars per month to teach english to his 3 kids. thank God for your post I'm so glad to have googled if the email i got was a scammer - his name was Avan Still.

Springbok - 2014-11-25
Scam Alert: Russian "Mr Still", tutor job, moneygram

I received a email and a phone call for a Mr Still a Russian asking me to teach English to his three children and that a Barrister was involved to do the visa and plane tickets, once I paid $1450 VIA MONEYGRAM to be refunded once I am there and would be used to pay for the regItration of QTS. Sent me a picture of the family and I spoke to them.

Anyboby had a similar experience.

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