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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

MONEY TALK!! WHO DONT WANT MONEY ? I VE BEEN OFFERED £1,500 A MONTH TO PAY PEOPLE TROUGH MY BANK ACCOUNT:

 

 BY MDAU"
My dad is looking for some part time work in his retirement and was contacted by a company after uploading his CV to a recruitment site.
They want him to use his own bank account to allow their clients to pay in money for the work done by their consultants.
My dad will then pay the consultants / freelance workers out of his bank account via Western Union / Money Gram and get a commission. This, they say is to speed up the payment process. They have asked for his bank account details in his application.
I haven’t found any negative information on the internet about them but I am slightly suspicious. First the employment relationship is not clear and, secondly I’m not sure what tax and financial implications this will have for my dad, as he will be acting as some sort of payroll service provider. JTUnwitting accomplice: A 'job offer' asking you to take foreign money into your bank account and transfer it out using firms like Western Union (pictured) could make you a party to money laundering.
Unwitting accomplice: A 'job offer' asking you to take foreign money into your bank account and transfer it out using firms like Western Union (pictured) could make you a party to money laundering"
Adam Uren, of This is Money, said: Your father would be wise to steer well clear of this 'job offer', which is not only dodgy, it's most likely criminal and could land him in jail for a maximum of ten years.
It sounds so simple, and for many who are looking to make easy cash, tempting.
But not only could he be putting his money at risk by giving some nefarious characters his bank details, should the transactions take place as described, then he could be a party to money laundering.
 
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