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Male Companion Jobs: How the Scam Works

You are a smart, smooth, good looking guy - and tired of chasing the ladies. A new male companion jobs advertisment catches your eye featuring a marketing company looking for 'entertainers'. It could be for private shows or escort services in your city.

Unlike the female Call Girl/Escort Wannabe scam, this one is a little different and actually more lucrative for the crooks. Thousands of men are submitting their registration forms along with a fee, only to receive an email two weeks later, with the following text: "Thank you for submitting your application. After considerable review, we found you not suitable for the position. Thank you and good luck in the future!"

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Within a month or two, scammers make tens of thousand of dollars as there is no such marketing company or employment opportunity. Victims will not be able to recover their registration fee. If you're looking at how to become a male companion, maybe you should reconsider your career.

 

Male Companion Jobs: How To Avoid

Always meet your potential employer face to face, request references, and research the company. The male companion job is not as easy to get as you might think. Lots of fake companies are asking you for a fee upfront.

However, if you are really looking to make money online without paying deposit, consider joining services such as GlobalTestMarket, which does not offer gigolo jobs but definitely brings cash in your pocket if you can do paid surveys. You can register for free HERE.

 

How To Report Questionable Male Companion Companies 

Make your family and friends aware of the Male For Hire scam by sharing it on social media. You can also officially report the questionable male companion companies to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

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