Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#219725 by mysteryquest Sat Sep 20, 2014 2:52 am
Msc Cruises [email protected] / Fake Job Scam Fraud

From: Msc Cruises [email protected]
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2014 02:37:39 +0100
Subject: UPDATE ON YOUR FLIGHT TICKET
To:

Dear

We have received the signed copy of your appointment letter and we have
recorded the document into your application file number of
SEP/2014/UK/JOB/GB102. This is confirmation to you that you have been
officially Approved and Employed as one of our staff. So therefore to
proceed further, attached to this mail is your Invitation Letter for you to
forward to the Immigration Office.

For you to be gainfully allowed entry into the United Kingdom, you need "a
valid working permit visa" and not a visitors' visa permit. In order for us
to book your Flight ticket and send you the Flight itinerary details, we
shall need Details of your Valid UK Visa Document. Without the Visa Number,
We cannot book your Flight ticket and Send Flight Itinerary Details to you.
It is also very important that you have this document because without the
Visa document, they will not allow you to pass the boarder and gain entry
to work and live in London,U.K. Remember that we are offering you a
contract of 2 years, so remember to inform them as well. Follow our
instruction carefully and we assure you that they will assist you to
process your UK Visa Document.

Below are the details of Immigration Office.

UNITED KINGDOM IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Contact via E-Mail: [email protected] <[email protected]>
Contact Person: Mr Edwardes H Ferdinand
Designation: HEAD OF VISA/PERMITS OPERATIONS.

Kindly contact the UK Immigration Service via email ( *[email protected]
<[email protected]> *) and let them know that you've been offered a
job in LONDON. Kindly explain to them that they should assist you in
processing your Travelling Document (UK Visa) and make sure you do this as
soon as you receive this mail so that it will be done as soon as possible
in order for you to depart and arrive here. We want you to start making
preparation now so that once your visa document is ready.. You will arrive
here immediately to resume Office.

Update us with the process between you and the British Embassy so that we
can also follow along in order for us to be certain of the date your Visa
document will be ready. .we shall start making arrangement for the booking
of your flight ticket once your visa document is ready and please don't
forget to provide us with the nearest airport name closer to your location.

Congratulations on your success.

Best Regards
Awaiting your urgent reply

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