Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#54440 by AlaskaMan Fri May 27, 2011 12:47 pm
I recieved an unsolicited job offer from ENOC (London). I inquired as to who I could speak with and traded several emails. Unfortunately one included my CV. The names were Blake Robert and Petra Rose. I got suspicious when Petra asked for a western union funding for a work certificate. Any company making such an offer at my level (very senior) would pay for VISAs. I kept insisting they call and I finally got a very wierd call from an unarticulate "ENOC" representative. I was giving up as I am currenly employed and this was very unprofessional. Then it came - a new email from Blake Robert. This one was a dear sir letter about money he needed to move to someone in the US. I guess he forgot he had been previously representing himself as a ENOC rep. This note looked Nigerian in nature and scam-essence.

Anyone else experienced this? I would love to send the materials to ENOC if I could find an email address.

AKMan
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#62259 by Dotti Mon Aug 15, 2011 4:21 pm
Welcome Hozturan!

I'm glad you were able to avoid being scammed.

In this type of scam, the thieves are not after passport information--they are after cash. They target people from around the world, and offer jobs in foreign countries. Then they charge the victim for visas, passports, or some other fictional document needed to work in a foreign country.

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#216100 by DSRAO Sun Aug 24, 2014 9:34 pm
Yesterday I have received one offer letter as an attachment through fake e- mail as given below. Again this is a fraud. I suggest you all to be careful.

Congratulations over your success!!!

This is an affirmation that your experience and qualifications were found successful for the requirements of ENOC - U.A.E.



Please find attached herewith, relevant document containing the Prototype of your Contract Package for your perusal and approval. Upon thorough review and acceptance of this Contract Package, sign on the last page and Send us a Scanned Copy of the Acceptance which is the last page.



Now, you have to contact the EMIRATE TOUR AGENCY for the acquisition of your work/residence permit papers which will empower you to live and work in U.A.E. also sign the Contract agreement and send to EMIRATE TOUR AGENCY.

THE EMIRATE TOUR AGENCY CONTACT DETAILS BELOW:



MR. SCOTT CHANAN

CHIEF IMMIGRATION AGENT

EMIRATE TOUR AGENCY

P.O.Box: 51469

ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Email: [email protected]

Tel: +971 52 9270603



This is in line with the Expatriate Statuary Law of UAE that every expatriates must have a valid work/residence permit papers to work in U.A.E.



Update us with the process between you and the EMIRATE TOUR AGENCY in case of advice where necessary, and ensure you provide them their requirement quick for the fastest process from their office.



Also remember that any Expenses you make for the procurement of valid U.A.E work Permit papers/registering of your documents shall be refunded back to you immediately you submit your expenses report to us via email. Also be informed that once the process is completed your hard copies will be delivered to any postal address of your choice.



There will be a mandatory Orientation/Training Exercise for all Newly Employed Expatriates which will take place within the Work Metropolis of ENOC- U.A.E. and this Program will start 7 days on arrival for work sign-on.



Should you require more information, Please feel free to contact us immediately.



Best Regards,

Eng. Ayman Wasim

HR Director

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) LLC.

ENOC Complex, Sheikh Rashid Rd

P.O.Box 64421

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

HR Dept - [email protected]

Tel: +971 522 651 538
#216180 by vonpaso xlura Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:40 am
This is in line with the Expatriate Statuary Law of UAE that every expatriates must have a valid work/residence permit papers to work in U.A.E.

This line is nonsense and commonly appears in scams.

enocllc-ae.com has been killed. What address was the email sent from, and where do they expect replies? Can you post the complete headers?

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