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26 Philippine Showbiz Today December 22, 2018 - January 7, 2019 CLASSIFIEDS WANTED ETHNIC COOK Specializing in Filipino Dishes with at least 3 years experience in Filipino commercial cooking. Knowledge of regional Filipino dishes an advantage. Energetic and willing to work in a fast paced environment. Duties include preparing, cooking and keeping kitchen clean.  $15/ hr. permanent full time with MSP benefit. Mail resumé to: Tindahan Grocery    120-5960 Minoru Blvd     Richmond, BC V6X 3J3 NOW HIRING Senior Bro Auto Detail Inc. is looking for a Full Time Car Detailer/ Car Washer For more information, call Bro at 604-724-1455 HIRING FOR 8 TIM HORTON STORES IN VANCOUVER Food Service Supervisors, Bakers, and Food Counter Attendants Permanent/Full Time: 6 mos.- 2 yrs. experience Salary range $13.00 to $14.70 per hour + benefits Willing to work shifts; Spoken English knowledge Anyone who is authorized to work in Canada can apply. Send application w/ complete work history and references to: fmellin10@gmail.com EMPLOYMENT Penney Auto Body & Glass is looking for an Automotive Detailer to join its team. Duties include washing of exterior of vehicles, detailing of interior of vehicles, pick up and drop off customers vehicles and general shop duties ( cleaning and maintenance ). Full time opportunity and wages based on experience. Please email resumé to: info@penneyautobody.com WANTED DRIVER Longhaul Class 1 driver required for a well- established local company for long haul dry van work to the US and back. competitive rates, running the same route for the last 19 years, pre-cleared shipments in both directions, well- maintained trucks, 24-hour dispatch. If interested, call 604-617-9825 or 604-617-9824 Scams of Christmas continued from PAGE 24 Rule of thumb: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! 5. Travel Scams: Holiday va- cations and travel plans can put a major dent in the coffers. Big bills can make the ugliest sale sign very attractive! However, pay attention to the offers being advertised as some may be scams, instead of opportunities to save. Tips to avoid travel scams: Be wary of email offers about travel discounts, especially those coming from unknown senders. Only do business with legitimate travel websites. Never transfer or wire money to someone you do not know. Always ask for references, shop around and read reviews be- fore you finalise a transaction. If you encounter one of these scams this holiday season, help protect yourself and others by: Keeping a close eye on your financial statements and quick- ly disputing any unrecognised charges. 7. Unusual Forms of Pay- ment: As you do your holiday shopping, be wary of individuals and businesses that request pay- ment: by wire transfer; through third parties; by prepaid debit or gift cards; or by cash only. These methods do not have a paper trail, have no form of re- covery and cannot be undone.  8. Counterfeit Goods: Low or ridiculously priced luxury goods, jewellry, designer clothing and electronics are almost always cheap counterfeits and knockoffs. For this scam, the primary rule ap- plies - if the deal seems too good to be true, it probably is! Submitting a report to BBB Scam Tracker. Filing a complaint with BBB and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC). (karla@mbc.bbb. org)●