Via The Voice Online
A BUSINESSWOMAN who conned hopeful job seekers out of 400 (GBP) was found guilty of four counts of fraud by false representation.
Michelle Rowe, 40, was given a 16-week suspended sentence and 148 hours of community service for advertising non-existent job vacancies for trainee housing officers through her south London-based company, Arlington Networks.
Successful candidates were then interviewed before being told that they had to pay 400 (GBP) to complete a course to secure their position. Continue Reading….
Shame on you Michelle. SHAME ON YOU!
Alarm bells should have gone off after she told successful candidates that they had to pay £400 to complete the course to secure their positions. What a load of rubbish. They should have laughed in the lying thief’s face and walked out.
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I’m the victim of Michelle Rowe, alarm bells didn’t ring as I found the job on reed, which I thought was a genuine source
damn girl …… that was ingenious!!
question aimed at the victime above.. what went down ….. how did you get duped?
With the job market being so hard £400 to secure a job may not se that bad to some… Personally I would’ve told her to take it from my first wage…
oh shame! for the record we are not related!
I’m working on a BBC1 series about scams and we’re trying to speak to victims of employment scams like the kind Michelle Rowe set up. If you had dealings with her, or were involved in something similar, It would be really good to hear what happened. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org