Escort Car Driver Scam: How It Works
Beware of fake escort car driver jobs listed by questionable companies that are promising great money in the entertainment industry. The scam targets male individuals who are looking for jobs and willing to do all kinds of services. If you are one of them, read carefully below and report the names of the unscrupulos firms in the Comments section at the end of the article. How does the scam work? Let’s take a look.
Imagine this: You want to make some extra money you start researching possibilities. One day, you find an ad from an ’employment agency’ looking for drivers.
Upon contacting them, they mention your clients will be escorts and you will be paid very well – including a commission, depending on the number of customers the escort has that night or week. You get the whole speech: they are looking for somebody credible, who can also protect the girls and be trusted by them.
It sounds good – great money, great possibilities, beautiful women, you are in!
The ‘agency’ is asking the applicants to commit themselves with an up-front deposit of a few hundred dollars. That’s when the scam occurs, as the drivers will never receive further instructions. The scammers count on the fact that the applicants are too embarrassed to go to authorities to report the scam.
Escort Car Jobs Scam: How To Avoid
Well, not much really to say, is there? Firstly, don’t get involved in questionable practices. Find a legitimate way to make money while driving, maybe even get a cab, Uber or Lyft license. We have a video with a Top 10 paid driving jobs below in the article.
Escort Car Companies: How To Report
Warn your family and friends about the Escort Car Companies scam by sharing it on social media. You can also officially report the questionable escort businesses to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:
Driving Jobs That Pay Well: Here Is a List
Watch the video below to see a list with 10 paid driving jobs that you can do for a living: