Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#118798 by Dotti Thu Aug 09, 2012 11:01 am
Low-life scammers who post fake job opportunities in hopes of stealing money from innocent people looking for work. The scammers have no connection to real Tifosi company. Domain Tifosi.net is a free domain from freeola, and any emails from this domain are connected to these scammers.

Dear ,

At the beginning, let me congratulate you for being selected as our new qualified Administrative Assistant applicant to join in our company Tifosi Limited. You have to join the company at the Company staff house: 3 Kensworth Gate, 200-204 High Street South, Dunstable United Kingdom. You will be on probation for a week or two then you will become our permanent employee. Enclosed attached file is your Approved Offer of Employment, you are required to download, print, sign and return a neat scanned copy back to us and the UK BA within the time due as mention in the Letter of Employment.

Contact the United Kingdom Border Immigration Head Quarter Visa processing department at the enclosed detailed address with your signed Letter Of Appointment (scanned and email) to apply for your NON-EEA Working VISA.

We have also written to the UK Border Agency for your VISA application and also we will submit all necessary requirement base on the company sponsorship for the application of your NON-EEA Working VISA upon after we have receive acknowledgement letter from the UK BA for the submitting of your Approved Offer of Employment and Certificate Of Sponsorship for the processing of your traveling documents.

I knew that you were determined to get on within the company and that you had the necessary skills and personal qualities which would allow you to progress further and it was a pleasure to help you work towards that goal.

On behalf of all of the team, I would like to wish you all the very best in your new position. I’m certain you will thrive in your new environment and that you’ll relish all the challenges that will come your way.

We recognize it may be difficult for those traveling long distances to come into the office before beginning an assignment. All necessary forms and documentation are sent online to facilitate the pre-employment process.

It has been a pleasure to have you as a member of the team.

All entrance related documents must be processed via the LONDON UK BA Specialist to enable the UK Home Office grant your Visa/Work Permit approval in the due time as stipulated and also to avoid Entry to UK refusal or denial in your Home Country

You are to make contact with the address below for directives and assistance on the acquisition and procurement of UK Visa Residential/Work Permit papers by LONDON UK BA Embassy. We urge you to comply and cooperate with them so as to enable you get your Valid UK Employment Visa, Work/Residence Permit in the due time as stipulated.

The UK Border Agency:
Head Office Address: UK Border Agency, Lunar House,
40 Wellesley Road, Croydon, Surrey CR92BY.
The UK Border Agency Email: ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk.visaapplicationc ... centre.com


Note: If you click the link in the email, it leads to this email address: [url][email protected][/url] Email addresses at ukcentre.com are free email addresses from freeola. They have absolutely no connection to the Home Office or any other office in the UK government. The address was created solely for the purpose of scamming innocent victims out of their hard-earned money.
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#118799 by scamhater16 Thu Aug 09, 2012 11:03 am
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#118828 by scamhater16 Thu Aug 09, 2012 7:39 pm
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#118847 by Bubbles Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:55 am
Hello scamhater16,

Scammers can be any place in the world. There is no absolute way to know where the scammer is based. Scammers are very very rarely in the country they claim to be in. They tend to operate in countries which do not have a very strong justice department (police force).

Scammers sometimes use a Proxy server which makes it look like they are some place other than where they really are. The scammer's location has less to do with him scamming than the actions he is taking and the lies he is telling. It is best not to get hung up on the scammer's location. It is important to keep yourself safe on the internet. That is our goal, to help people be safe in the internet.

I hope this helps.

Bubbles, former Scamwarners moderator.

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Gone, but never forgotten.
#118875 by Dotti Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:05 am
There are many things in this case that all tell us it is a scam, but the simplest of them all is the "home office" procedure.

The address the scammers have given for the "home office" is not in any way associated with the real UK Border Agency. The fake home office is how the scammers intend to steal your money. They will demand fees or charges, supposedly for a visa, for a job that doesn't exist.

Even without that very clear evidence, the English tells me this did NOT come from UK, and legitimate employers do NOT hire people based on an email. There would be a real interview before you were hired.
You will be on probation for a week or two

Legitimate employers also have written policies for these things. They would know how long the probationary period is--they don't just make it up as they go along.

It is also important to understand that UK has completely stopped allowing visas for unskilled employees for anyone outside the EU. That means if you do not live in EU, any offers for administrative assistant jobs, hotel jobs, factory jobs, housekeeping jobs, etc. in UK are FAKE, as there is no longer the possibility of getting a visa at all.

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#118891 by scamhater16 Fri Aug 10, 2012 10:27 am
thanks guys :P

i got another email today... a new one but most likely it is a scam again waaaaa





Dear Applicant,


We have received your resume, portfolio, and application for the employment consideration at Geordies Travels Limited Company and we sincerely appreciate your interest in our company. Your educational backgrounds are impressive and we currently have an opening appropriate for your qualifications.



In order for us to move ahead in our selection process, before we can set interview for you, could you please complete the enclosed attached Employment Application Form by downloading it on your desktop, answer all the question completely and return it to us as attached file within the next two working days? Employment Application Form answers that arrived with us after the dead line will be rejected automatically and without mitigation.


Company Profile:

Exploring the world can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. However, planning a trip can be extremely frustrating especially when one doesn't know where to start. We understand travel needs of all and deliver the best through meticulous planning. Geordies Travels brings together a highly trained team of individuals with a combined management experience of over ten decades in the travel industry. A team which has the confidence and the expertise to handle the most complex and challenging tasks they are faced with. Our rich experience helps us to understand your needs and give you a product that suits your requirement. Our linkages in the travel domain ensure that we provide our travelers and corporate clients with the best deals.. click here for more information......



Thank you for your cooperation.



Best regards,
Mr. Anderson Rotger,
Human Resources Manager,
For and on behalf of Geordies Travels Limited (click here to see us at the UK companies house)




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im so sad for those who will be victims if this scammers :( i wish we could all spread the news ..

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#118892 by scamhater16 Fri Aug 10, 2012 10:28 am
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#118972 by rose0402 Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:24 pm
hey guys.. i was victimized by the scammer, i have received this kind of email and i have thought it was a real agency.. i have sent a copy of my passport.. and i'm afraid that they'll used it for their own good.. hope you can help me .. i am from the Philippines.. what should i do ?? i'm really scared of what would happen in the future.. :cry:
#119041 by Bubbles Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:39 am
Welcome to ScamWarners rose0402 . Scammers often use the passport just to get you to begin complying with them. Some times they do use passports in their scams, or sell them to other scammers.

I advise people who have sent their passport to a scammer to contact the agency which issued the passport. Explain to them what has happened and let them advise you as to your next steps.

Bubbles, former Scamwarners moderator.

Rest in Peace 24 June 2015.

Gone, but never forgotten.
#119100 by scamhater16 Sat Aug 11, 2012 7:16 am
now im scared too waaaaaa.... ive sent a copy of my passport prayin they would not use it :(

atleast ive follow my instinct not to give them any money..

we all need to broadcast this scam to all they're targetting singapore and phillipines.. :(
#119123 by Dotti Sat Aug 11, 2012 9:09 am
While it's not ideal, don't lose a lot of sleep over the fact that you sent your passport. As Bubbles said, report it to the appropriate agency as a precaution.

Scammers literally collect hundreds of passport scans with each of their scams. They can't travel using the passport copies, and they can't use them to open bank accounts, etc without significant skills and more information. They may reuse a passport for future scams, either as-is or edited. While this is not ideal, only a small number of passports are reused, and it is typically pretty easy to show that you were not involved in the scam. Many passports collected will never be used for anything--the scammer simply requested it to seem more official and to determine whether they would be able to scam you.

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