Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#8170 by The Enchantress Fri Mar 13, 2009 3:34 am

Another fraudulent job offer. Ignore and do not contact this scammer.

Mail is from IP in Cote D'Ivoire.

Brunel Hotel London 79-81 Gloucester Terrace, London, UK.


Vacancy! Vacancy!! Vacancy!!! There are Vacancies in Brunel Hotel London, We are interested in international experts both male and female who can handle some of the vacant posts in Brunel Hotel London.We need applicants,you can help us get more applicants who are interested to work with us Like your friends.


1. Bar tender
2. Commis
3. Steward
4. Host / Hostess
5. Continental/Intercontinental dishes Cook & Chef
6. Chef De parties
7. Executive Sous Chef / Chef De Cuisine
8. Sous Chef
9. Banquet Sales Executive / Manager
10. Resturant Manager
11. F & B Manager
12. GM/Director Operations,Legal
13. Housekeeping Executive / Assistant
14. Cashier / Receiptionist
15. Front Office / Guest Relations Executive / Manager
16. Travel Desk Manager
17. Loddy / Duty Manager
18. Executive / Master Chef
19. Head / VP / GM-F&B
20. Head / VP / GM / National Manager - Sales
21. Head / VP / PR / Corp Communication
22. Head / VP / GM-Accounts
23. Health Clud Assistant / Manager
24. Auditors
25. Cashier
26. Butler
27. IT/Telecom - Software/Operator/Engineers/Manager
28. Accountants
29. Health Workers
30. Mechanical/Electrical/ Electronics Operators/Engineers/Manager
31. Maintenance/Utility Engineers and Managers
32. Customer Care
33. Room attendant
34. Housekeeping
35. Waiter/Waitress
36. Driver
37. Bar Man / Security / Bell Man / Door Man
38. Foreign/International Language Translators and Teachers

And many more career opportunities...

For more information, all the interested applicants should send there C.V (Data) to

Brunel Hotel via Fax or Email the Hotel Manager Sylvester Bally on ( [email protected] )

Mr Sylvester Bally ( Hotel Manager )Tel : 00447031877515Fax : 00448704951766

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#8174 by Arnold Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:37 am
The hotel is real, but doubtless doesn't have the problems retaining staff suffered by the fictional one. The web site is genuine as well.
Scammers often use the identity of genuine businesses, which don't use free email addresses such as Yahoo

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