Name: tina hallscamalert4
Email: absoffice107@gmail.com
Website: http://www.enterprise-holdingsuk.com/job/finance2?lang=uk
Comment: dear scamFraudalert

I have received an email stating i have the job that i applied for on jobsite.co.uk and thinking i have this homeworking job i filled out their application form and sent my ID gave them my paypal and bank account what can i do if they put some money in my account?



Time: May 7, 2014 at 2:46 pm
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Financial Support Agent

United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain
Status: Open
Employee Type: Part-Time, Full Time opportunities available upon request

Candidate Requirements:

18 years old and have the legal right to work within the UK (i.e. citizen, permanent resident or a holder of a valid work visa)
Internet Access
Mobile or Home phone number
Current bank account (checking or savings)

Financial Support Agent

The work process is simple, most of your training will be online and guided by your supervisor. In general, your responsibility will amount to receiving payments from our clients in your bank account and further sending them to our partners via Western Union or Money Gram. read more…

In an everyday situation, once the money is deposited into your bank account via internal bank transfer system, your responsibility would be to withdraw the funds right away, subtract your commission and send the remaining balance to the appropriate recipient as directed by your supervisor.

This entire process is a necessary stepping stone for our partners to pay for their goods and/or services. The obstacles that we run into with International Transfers via banks, is that it may take up to 5 days for the funds to process and enter clients account. Using our way of processing funds, through either internal banking system or by Western Union or Money Gram, dramatically speeds up the entire process. It is also a common knowledge that banks have a habit of holding off on releasing transfers due to shortage of funds on hand.

Your base salary during your probationary period is £1,500 monthly salary plus 8% commission for each completed task, which averages out to about £1,200 – £2,000 in commission per month. The faster you manage to complete your first assignment, the sooner you will get a new one, thus increasing your immediate pay.

For exceptionally striving individuals who manage to resolve most issues that may arise with the bank while withdrawing the funds or at a Western Union or Money Gram location, while sending the funds, we can offer a few transfers per day, which will significantly increase your overall pay up to £7,000.

Your bottom-line salary is dependent on many factors, most important of all is the speed of completing all assigned tasks.

Successful applicants are offered this position on a probationary period, which is to last 1 (one) month. During this period, an employee will ‘learn while they earn’, training and receiving online support, phoning their supervisor with questions, comments and feedback, and learning different aspects of the position at each juncture, all while earning their base salary. read more….

After 30-day trial period, we can then extend:

Health and dental insurance
Further free training, including professional development programs
Partner and family benefits
Other benefits to be enumerated in the handbook for new-hires

*Detailed information concerning the employment benefits will be provided after successful completion of the probationary period.

1. Precise attention to detail is of the most importance. We will provide detailed instructions with regards to payment processing procedures and details, including the senders full name, total amount being processed. Bare in mind that your commission is dependant upon a successful task completion.

2. If a mistake has been made on behalf of the employee, commission will not be paid out. Some of the things to look out for are the spellings of all names, correct amounts, intentions for withdrawing and sending funds per banks rules. It has been brought to our attention that banks are now allowed to hold your money that are coming in through transfers of up to 5 days without giving a reason as to why. This both, creates an opportunity for the bank to use your money to earn income on their behalf and increase their branch funds availability. This method of withholding funds is actually encouraged by the banks and is enforced by their employees. One of the ways to resolve this issue is to simply state that you received a personal transfer instead of a business one. In this instance, the bank will have no choice but to immediately release the funds.

3. Here is an example of our commissioned pay scale: If you receive a £5,000 transfer, you would subtract 8% of your commission and will remain with £4,600 to transfer via Western Union or Money Gram. You would pay for the transfer fee of Western Union or Money Gram from your 8% commission. Bear in mind that the total expenses for the transfer fees should not exceed 3%, if they do, we will reimburse you by adding the difference to your base salary.

ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS LIMITED pride ourselves on being a company which complies not only with all standard accepted industry rules, regulations, codes of conduct and ethical practices, but also in maintaining strict obedience to the letter and spirit of the law, keeping careful records and ensuring our clients the legality of their transactions as well as the safety, confidentiality, ease and speed for which we are known in the Payment Processing industry. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate based on race, gender, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, or political belief.

Frequently asked questions

I’m very interested in your offer and would like to know more about the Financial Support Agent position.
Where are you located?
How can I get my payment?
Are there any start-up fees? Is it required to pay fees out of my pocket?
Do I have to travel?
How many hours a day do I have to work? What will the hours be? Is this a 7 day job?
Who is responsible for tax and different commission payment?
What is the origin of the money?
Who pays Western Union/Money Gram compensation for money transfer?
It is not clear why you need Financial Support Agents. Isn’t it easier to make direct transfers?
Why do you agree to pay extra money as Western Union/Money Gram fees?
What amounts are you going to transfer to my account and how often will you do it?
Is it a legitimate job?
Is there any confirmation of the fact that money is transferred legally?
Sometimes I might leave for vacations (during the week-end) with my family or fall ill. What do I do in case I fail to make a transfer?
What will happen if I fail to send the money within one business day?
Can I cancel the contract?
What is the hiring process for this position? Do I need to come in for an Interview?
What account types do you use?
Isn’t the bank going to say something about so much money going through my account?
Why do I have to use my personal account?
Do I wait until the transfer clears before sending money according to the instructions?
When can I expect to begin receiving money transfers?
Why are you gathering so much information about applicants? Such attention, especially to bank account essentials, puts me on guard.
I’m feeling uncomfortable about giving you my online banking details. Why do you need these? I’m worrying about unauthorized access to my bank account.
Is ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS LIMITED ok with having just a read-only access to my bank account?
Why do I have to use my personal account (or business if Tier 2)?
What would my Base Salary be?
Western Union and Money Grams questions and warnings!


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