House of Abstract

I responded to an ad on Indeed.com for an Admin Asst. for Carol Mason at the House of Abstract. The job required I set up a website to enable him to sell his artwork online. I was told I would be paid $400 a week and that I would be reimbursed for any expenses related to setting up the website. I was hired on 3/20/16. I set up the website with pay options thru Paypal. Mr. Mason has yet to pay me anything. When I ask about pay, he always changed the reason why he had not paid me yet. I quit on 4/18/16. It would be nice to be paid what I was promised but I know that will not happen. I just want to keep others from being scammed the way I was. Our communication was thru email and Google hangouts. I do not have anything other than these emails to support my claims. I’m not sure how to attach an email to this as it is not one of the attachments listed below.

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