I can confirm Michelle's statement as this Pablo has contacted me today as well. I thought it was too good to be true. Once I googled it, the search brought me here. So, teachers beware! Do your due diligence before accepting anything from anyone. Be safe and be well.
happened with me too. It's the same id (email@example.com).Thanks Michelle.
The same thing happened to me.
They even sent me a contact to sign.
here is the email he/she uses: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear everyone please be aware that Evangelist Pablo Yesid <Evang_pabyesid@live.com, is a spam and could be dangerous also, they are telling that they need English teacher in Scotland and that they are family
Same goes with mentioned below:
Same story but just they are changing country and e-mail address.
Chakum Naraw <email@example.com> ESL for family in Turkey
<firstname.lastname@example.org> ESL for China
tiger.li86 <email@example.com> ESL China wants passport copy
Aydin Kurnaz <firstname.lastname@example.org> ESL for family in Turkey
Afanas Abramovich <email@example.com> ESL for family in Manchester
These things are dangerous. All of this people offering extremely unreasonable salaries and they want English tutor.