After receiving numerous unsolicited emails from it seemed all four corners of the globe for work at home online, i actually looked at one twice. That as foolish mistake number one. Act of folly number two was replying to it.
The company name so all will be aware is Vono Textiles. From point A to receipt of legal appearing money orders nothing looked out of place. Forced by circumstances to work out of my harm for health reasons I thought I had uncovered a legitimate means of income. The process was simple.
I received money in the mail and kept ten per cent for acting as processing agent here in the United States. It was not based in Nigeria. A fact I learned later was untrue. Supposedly the company was located in the United Kingdom.
Then the circle of stupidity began. I received in the mail via express delivery five USPS postal money orders. These I in turn created a new account at my bank. My wife kept wondering about my latest business venture, yet was partially convinced too by the postal money orders in their appearence. After all, if you can't trust the post office, who can you trust?
The bank it seems discovered a reality I was unprepared for. Yes, you win the cigar, the money orders were counterfeit. They are so good according to post office clerks I spoke to even they are fooled sometimes.
Now comes the really good part. I am out my money with no action of recourse. Fortunately I was one of the so called lucky ones duped in by these professionals. I lost a mere couple of hundred dollars. Many others have sacrificed thousands. This does not make me any less of a fool though.
Thankfully, I managed to survive my crisis and rise above it. It is a shame instead of offering people legitimate means of employment charletons have to stoop to such levels, So beware of the ten per cent game. It'll cost much more in the end.