I had responded to a work from home advertisement on Monster.com to a UK based company and eventually received an email from a Mr John Buckley at Lorimex watches, which reads as follows:
Dear Prospective Employee,
The job we are offering is very easy to handle and it will not take more then 2 hours of your daily time. Your position with our company will be of a regional financial manager. In order to start working with us, you need to have or be willing to open an
account with our partner bank.
You will use this account for receiving the payments from our clients. Your work with our company consists in receiving payments from our clients to your account and making further payments to our main office or to one of our regional affiliate departments, depending on the customer's location. It should not take more than 2 hours per day.
The job we are offering in accordance with and under pursuant to the laws of Australia.In any action, special proceeding or other proceeding that may be brought arising out of, in connection with, or by reason of the job requirments, the laws of Australia shall be applicable and shall govern to the exclusion of the law of any other forum, without regard to the jurisdiction in which any action or special proceeding may be instituted. The products we are selling are luxury wrist watches.The clients will receive the products they order in exchange of their funds.
I signed the Employment Agreement.
While withdrawing the first transaction on behalf of Lorimex Watches Ltd at the nominated partner bank I was taken aside to a private office by the Bank Manager whereby I was informed by the banks fraud department after answering a few questions that I was being used in fraudulent activities.
I have since handed my Employment Contract & all communication to the Federal Police who are investigating.
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