Euro union dating scam
Unless you are a specialist who’s skills can not be found in the EU, companies are not allowed to hire someone from outside the EU.
They have to find someone who has the (birth) right to work in the EU.
The EU Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) on Wednesday ordered Britain to repay 1.987 billion euros (.1 billion) in lost customs duties for Chinese textile and footwear imports to the EU budget.
According to OLAF, a recent investigation between 20, revealed a major pattern of customs fraud, caused by declaring falsely low values for textiles and footwear from China.
The problem is that many airlines are still trying to wriggle out of such claims.
This is because the regulation gives no definition of exactly what extraordinary circumstances are, but does give some examples.
The scammer pretends to be a young woman in a desolate region of Russia who is searching for a new life.
S/he will have regular contact with colleagues in other Directorates.
As usual happens in these cases, these services are offered on underground websites specialised in online frauds, crooks promise a response rate of 1.2 percent from potential victims.
The popular security expert Brian Krebs has reviewed a package of dating material including scam emails, pictures, instructions, videos and love letter templates that are offered for sale to fraudsters in the underground.
The vendor of the fraud package advertises a guaranteed response rate of at least 1.2 The crooks behind the dating scam package analyzed by Krebs also highlight that their material is more than 20% effective within three replies and over 60% effective after eight.
The dating scam package packages also include blacklists for email addresses of known whitehat security who can hamper their business.