Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#215358 by mysteryquest Wed Aug 20, 2014 3:30 am
Your Ref:

Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) UAE, is currently looking for professionals in the Oil and Gas services to work on a project in the UAE and thereafter on a permanent basis.

Please take time to answer the attached questionnaire and reply via mail and with a copy of your current CV.

Send your reply to [email protected]

This mail is a follow up on previous mail sent. If you have already responded , kindly ignore.

Please do not reply to this email address. Only response to [email protected] will be consider.

Reviewed, qualified and successful candidates will be contacted with further details.

Best regards

Alternative channels,
Recruitment Desk.
Zakum Development Company
P.o. Box 46808
Abu Dhabi, UAE

(ZADCO) UAE | [email protected]

Please read carefully because this applies to every job offer you receive! 99% of email job offers are scams! No real company hires you without an in person, face to face interview. An email, online or telephone interview is always a scam! No real company ever charges any money for a job even for a visa or work permit! If they want you to pay and say they will refund the costs, you will just send money to a fake embassy official, travel agency or lawyer who is a really a scammer! Read: No real company, government or visa agent ever uses a free or public email address (,, etc.) Email addresses like,,, etc. are also free email addresses. Read: No real visa agent ever requests money via wire to a bank account or by Western Union or MoneyGram. Read: No real company uses a telephone number that begins with +44 70, +44 871, +44 870, +44 844, or +44 845. Those are forwarding numbers which are not in the UK. Read: If the company does not have a website or the website does not work, it is a scam! Do not assume a website is legit! Read There are no exceptions! Don't let a scammers convince you otherwise! A scammer is only as smart as his victim is naive! If something sounds too good to be true, it is a scam! Publicity defeats scammers. Post the scam emails you receive and warn your friends! Always "Google" all telephone numbers, email addresses and websites in any job offer to see if it has already been posted as a scam!

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