Baiting dating scammers Phonsex free trial

Posted by / 26-Jun-2017 13:03

I have told Rey to talk to Luke and say she doesn’t want to go if she really wants the company to save on costs, but it has been a week and Rey has said nothing.

Now she is refusing to expense our meals for our travel days because “we will be fed on the flight”; however, without going into too many details, the 30-hour journey leaves and arrives at odd times, and with layovers this could mean our first meal from the airline would be served at midnight!

Another person, Rey, also moved into a more senior position within the same team, and we report to the same manager, Luke.

Five months into the role, Rey has decided that the position isn’t for her, while I’m happy with the move and looking forward to being a permanent member of the team.

Say something like this to Luke: “Rey is trying to keep costs really low and doesn’t want to expense meals on travel days or cab fare.

She wanted to book a single room for both of us and sleep on the couch.

There honestly isn’t too much I can do to stop the scammer since he/she is in the Philippines and I have no idea what his/her identity is.

Sharing a cab both ways would only cost per day, which falls well within our daily allowance for incidentals.

However, Luke has spent a lot of political capital on getting the training approved, not to mention we’ve already put a non-refundable deposit on the training.

The other members of the team have already attended so there is no one else we can transfer Rey’s slot to if she tells Luke she doesn’t want to go.

I work for a rather small company too, so it wouldn’t be too hard to send stuff along to every one of them.

That said, should I talk to someone at work about this? Should I tell the truth about what happened, or would it maybe be fine if instead, I say something like “my laptop caught a virus recently, so if there’re any weird emails related to me, please have everyone delete them”? If you’re comfortable with it, I’d say something like this to your manager and/or HR: “I’m being harassed and extorted by someone online who has threatened to contact people who know me to try to harm my reputation.

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Unfortunately he appears to be in the Philippines so I I’m not able to get law enforcement to help.