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Many pet sitters ask us..is the purpose of these scams?
We find that most of the scammers follow the same steps; after making initial contact (if you respond), they ultimately want to send you a check (often cashier's check) for their payment in advance (and often inform you that they will need to send a check for over the amount they owe you and ask that you send the remaining money to another company/service provider for them.) The checks are forgeries (although they often look legitimate) and some pet sitters have deposited the checks before they realized they were being scammed.
Update: We are updating this blog post (and the comments section) as we hear about more scams targeting pet sitters.
I wondered if this had to do with an exchange rate.
Nevertheless, I'd become quite suspicious and started my research last night. The check was issued from USBank in MN and mailed from NY. They said they couldn't say anything either way with the information I provided. Martin an email last night stating US Bank cannot validate the availability of funds for that check and asking if he would he mind a different form of payment such as a money order.
Here’s Stacey’s account of what happened next: “He said he was sending me a check for $400 (one week) so I could get started helping to get the house ready.
The cashier's check was sent via Fedex for several months' work and the dollar amount wasn't a round figure.
I will be needing your services starting from April 18th which would stretch till may 17th. Here’s the first e-mail she received: _________________________________________________________________________________ On Fri, May 23, 2014 at AM, Jeffrey Martin wrote: Hello My name is Jeffrey Martins and i contacted you because i am in need of a caring, kind and patient pet sitter for my Pet dog Blitzen,i got your information on the Petsit LLC website....
I'm flexible with the start time but i would prefer between the hours of 10am-11am when i will be off to work. My name is Dora, My husband name is Robert, Our daughter Megan . my husband recently got a contract with a company on a private research job. blitzen is a Golden retriever, very calm,playful and always happy.. Please contact me back if you think you are interested in take care of blitzen _________________________________________________________________________________ Of course, she replied to him to offer additional information about the services she offered and invited him to read her client testimonials and send more specific details about the dates he needed service, etc.We have a financier that is based in the states and will be handling the payment and as well as our other expenses, so he will be the one that will be taking care of your payment, I will instruct him to pay for the first week before our arrival so as to secure your service.As soon as we reach a concrete agreement, I can instruct our financier to process a cashier’s check to you for the payment i will be waiting to read from you with Your schedule and other questions which you have to ask us..Most pet sitters report receiving these scams by e-mail, but some have also received scams by text.While e-mail scams such as "Need Care for Bella" have been going around for a few years, many pet sitters reported receiving three new e-mails from scammers in March 2016.These e-mails are included below: Hello, I just came across your post as a pet sitter on I would love to have a chat with you concerning it....Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating