craigslist
 
 
 
     
New York 
Washington
Minneapolis
Plano
Los Angeles
Nashville
Colorado Springs
St. Petersburg
Chicago
Seattle
Arlington
Fort Wayne
Houston
Denver
Wichita
Glendale
Phoenix
Las Vegas
St. Louis
Lincoln
Philadelphia
Portland
Raleigh
Jersey City
San Antonio
Oklahoma City
Santa
Greensboro
San Diego
Tucson
Anaheim
Norfolk
Dallas
Albuquerque
Cincinnati
Chandler
Detroit
Atlanta
Tampa
Henderson
San Jose
Long Beach
Islip
Birmingham
Indianapolis
Brookhaven
Pittsburgh
Scottsdale
Jacksonville
Fresno
Toledo
Madison
San Francisco
New Orleans
Aurora
Baton Rouge
Hempstead
Sacramento
Oyster Bay
North Hempstead
Columbus
Cleveland
Bakersfield
Hialeah
Austin
Mesa
Riverside
Chesapeake
Memphis
Kansas
Stockton
Garland
Baltimore
Virginia Beach
Corpus Christi
Orlando
Charlotte
Omaha
Buffalo
Babylon
Fort Worth
Oakland
Newark
Lubbock
Milwaukee
Miami
St. Paul
Chula Vista
Boston
Tulsa
Anchorage
Akron
El Paso
Honolulu
Lexington Fayette
Rochester
Winston-Salem
Durham
Reno
Laredo

Craigslist Pittsburgh

Craigslist job scam in Pittsburgh
Megan Kletzli who is resident of Moon Township completed his graduation. She was in search of job. She was searching for online sources. In order to get info regarding job she searched craigslist Pittsburgh. She wanted to search the job that would better suit her abilities. She found several ads but all were not according to her choice. At last she found two similar ads about job. In both jobs personal assistants were needed. She was in search of job just like this. She found what she wanted to. She was quiet happy to have such bright opportunities. She sent a cover letter to the officer that was accepted. She applied for both jobs. Both companies send her money. She was just surprised. She put all her money into account. She transferred the money into western union. They suspected fraud and freeze the payment. She was called by the bank several times in day for asking questions about transfer of money. At that time she suspected a cheating and informed the police. She was very lucky because she was able to know about fraud just at right time. If someone is giving you lots of money, its mean there is something wrong.
http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2011/07/20/recent-grad-duped-by-job-scam-on-craigslist/

http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/

 

 
  sponsered 600