My name is Jeffrey H. Epstein. I am not the same person as the billionaire pervert you may have seen on the news. Many people have the same name, and that is a different person. I am a 61-year-old unemployed man living in New Hampshire since late 2017, when I moved from the suburbs of Boston. I had spent nearly four years managing the local websites of the Alzheimer’s Association.
After difficulty sustaining my web career or getting other work, I ran into financial difficulty in 2018. My family helped me with money, but it caused some tension. I eventually decided to turn to newspapers, as I had been a journalist earlier in my life. I got a full-time job reporting for a local daily newspaper in a small New Hampshire town. This I enjoyed, and was generally successful. However, it paid $24,000/year, which wasn’t enough to pay the bills. I lived in a small room in a rooming house, and ate some meals at the local soup kitchen. After about eight months at this newspaper, I was hired in May of 2019 by a different newspaper at a better salary. Most of my stories were fine, and the editors was okay with most of my work. It was a heavy workload, however, and I wasn’t able to deliver all the work the editors were asking me to do for future issues. I maintained professionalism in all this, and we had several meetings, but I eventually told the demanding editors that if they were that unhappy with my work, I would leave so they could get someone else. The editors agreed, and although I asked them to terminate me so I could qualify for unemployment, they refused because I had “quit.” I left at the beginning of July and have been seeking a new job ever since. I had very little savings since I had no savings at the previous job.
I have applied to approximately 45 jobs this month and had a few interviews. Here are the most promising leads I have now:
1.) I applied for a job with an Amazon distribution center, went to a meeting, and that is now in a background check. But the provisional start date is not until September.
2.) I have interviewed with a property management staffing company. I filed all the onboarding paperwork, including the W4 tax form, but they are still waiting on the background check.
3.) I had an in-person interview for a communications director job at a nonprofit. Although this interview went well, they are still interviewing other candidates. If they do make me an offer, it probably will not be for a while.
4.) I signed up as an independent contractor for a company doing audio transcription. I’ve just started this and am in training now. I don’t know how much money I will be able to earn from this.
I now have less than $100 in the bank. Family members who helped me in the past cannot or will not provide me with funds.
The storage space holding most of my personal property is about to go into lien. I could lose everything in a couple of weeks. Total overdue is $195, plus $155 for next month.
My apartment rent is $886 a month, due August 1. The landlord is willing to tap the security deposit and not evict me immediately.
I do have SNAP – food stamps – so food is okay.
I need about $1,200 – $1,500 to buy me a month’s time. Please help me. My PayPal link is https://paypal.me/jeffepstein521?locale.x=en_US