AVOID SCAMMERS & STAY SAFE!
Here at Au Pair 4 Me, we strive to provide the best possible service along with a most memorable experience for both au pairs and host families. Unfortunately, online scammers are becoming more prevalent these days with the intent to take advantage of those participating in the au pair program. These scammers are claiming to be representatives of reputable agencies and using false contact information to receive fake fees and costs from au pair applicants. It is important to always go through a J-1 Visa sponsor such as Au Pair 4 Me to ensure you are dealing with not only a legitimate, but legal agency that follows all the regulations set forth by the Dept. of State. Also, make sure to always double-check where all emails are coming from. Any emails from Au Pair 4 Me will come from @aupair4me.com. Most often scammers try to fool unsuspecting victims by altering something small in the web address or email, and this can often go unnoticed; so be sure to always be mindful of who you are communicating and sharing your personal information with.
Our agency will NEVER ask you to wire/send money using a money transfer company such as Western Union or Money Gram.
Recent scammers have been using names such as: Natalie Lesslie (pretending to be a host family) and Cameron Sheriff who claims to be an Au Pair 4 Me representative. Please, do not engage with these people as they are scammers.
If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org