Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#12796 by Clair Tue Aug 11, 2009 11:09 am
There is a job scam offering people jobs at the Mark Anderson Holiday Inn. The scam is being supported to this FAKE website: http://www.markanderson-holiday-inn.co.uk/

Notice that the telephone numbers appear to be UK telephone numbers, but are actually redirect, follow-me anywhere numbers. Tel No:+44 7005-850-335 and Fax No:+44 7005-850-337

The "hotel" claims to be located at:
Mark Anderson Holiday Hotel
Parkway, Denton,
Manchester, M35 3SG,
United Kingdom
There is a MyPetStop location at that address, not a hotel.

The website is registered to an individual in South Africa and is stealing pictures from this site: www.esplanade.cz.

Here is an email related to this scam. For some reason scammers often start their emails with "Compliments of the day".:
Dear ...xxxxxx

Compliments of the day, I hope this mail will find you in good health condition.

You are hereby informed that your JOB APPLICATION to work for Mark Anderson Hotel has been approved.

Mark Anderson Hotel will be requiring your services as her employee starting from August 2009.

With all pleasure, the post ofAssistant Restaurant Managerhas been
offered to youwith an hourly wage rate of£30GBP. This is a permanent job offer.

All selected candidates are expected to undergo a 3-week paid intensive on-the-job training and induction exercise before commencement of duty in the hotel.

The training will be conducted by qualified accredited independent Hospitality Personnel in the UK to ensure better cutting-edge services since foreign candidates do not attend interviews.

Mark Anderson Hotel will assist all hired foreign Non-EU candidates with visa/work-permit acquisition and traveling expenses to proceed to the United Kingdom.

It shall also provide free medical care,free accommodation and transportation for a period of 3-months upon commencement of duty in the United Kingdom

STEVE WILLIAMS SERVICE TRADITION:
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE SUM OF £250 GBP being for the Administrative/Recruitment services.

Upon the receipt of your payment,we shall therefore,send you a valid Letter of EMPLOYMENT and all relevant travelling documentation.
Should you require a Visa and Work-permit,let us know in advance.
Should you also wish to change your postal address, let us know

We shall inform you of your flight schedule as soon as all modalities has been completed.

You should kindly reply as soon as possible, as our last batch of recruitment and placements programme are fast elapsing.

Please, remember to quote your Ref File No: (hh45-6) in all your correspondence.

See the attached EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS file page 1 & 2 for your own perusal.

Should you decide to REJECT this job offer, kindly respond ASAP.
Should decide to accept the job offer, kindly provide the following below:

-YOUR VALID POSTAL/RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
-YOUR PROOF OF PAYMENT OF £250 GBP
-ATTACH ONE RECENT PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO IN YOUR LAST MAIL.

Best Wishes,

Steve Williams (Esq).
Corporate Recruitment Consultant:
Steve Williams Consulting.
127B Colebrooke Row,
Shoreditch,
London, N1 8AB
United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 703 174 1719
Facsimile: + 44 870 479 5601
Email:[email protected]
Client's Website: http://www.markanderson-holiday-inn.co.uk
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#12800 by AlanJones Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:08 pm
I'm sure that the scammer's fake website won't be around for long.

It is worth remembering that no legitimate job offer will require you to pay fees to get a job. They pay you not the other way round.

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
#12812 by Arnold Tue Aug 11, 2009 4:06 pm
Clair wrote:With all pleasure, the post ofAssistant Restaurant Managerhas been
offered to youwith an hourly wage rate of£30GBP.

Scammers have little idea of UK pay scales. Even an assistant restaurant manager in a top London restaurant wouldn't be paid that, let alone one in a holiday hotel. And Denton is near the bottom of any list of UK holiday resorts.

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