Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#212639 by Maydy Toh Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:15 am
I've saw a Recruitment Post for Cruise on Facebook in a Group Page which is "Job Provider"
I was interested with the job but yet worried that i might be scammed! Can anyone help me with this?
Or does anyone here have the experiences for this issues ? Because i did received an employment scam from Joanne Meredith the FAKE Ritz London few days ago.So was worried this might be a scam as well since they need such a huge amount of cash money for payment.
Below are the copy of the post in Facebook Job Provider

*1ST TIME IN MALAYSIA *
JOB JOB JOB ON OVERSEA CRUISE SHIPS
Hospitality Services in European and American Cruise Management
* DIFFICULT TO GET A BETTER PAY JOB
* BORE ON PRESENT LAND JOB
* LOVE FOR TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD
* DREAM OF LUXURY LIFE STYLE IN FUTURE
* PAY IN USD * PERSONAL PLUS FIXED TIPS IN USD* OVERTIME IN USD
* GUARANTEED SAVING
Opportunity to enjoy paid vacation in fun-ships around the world: United States of America, Europe, South America, New York, Florida, Alaska, Miami, Hawaii, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Venice, St Marten, Bahamas, Caribbean....
* Zero living expenses.
* Free food - Free stay - Free medical, Insurance - Free uniform, laundry.
* Sense of Freedom - Career Advancement - Degree Study Support.
* Requirement *
* Able to speak & write English
* 18 to 32 years old
* Experience in Hotel and Western Restaurants added advantage.
(100% CRIUSE JOB INTERVIEW SUPPORT)
Google Search / Youtube: Oasis of the Seas Tour
CRUISE CHAN.
+6012 3799989 [email protected]
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#212644 by vonpaso xlura Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:53 am
If they require you to pay money to get a job, it's a scam. I have paid money to go to a job interview, but it was to a taxi company, and the company reimbursed me.

The geography contains places in haphazard order, a place inside a place inside a place, and a misspelling such that I can't tell which of two places they mean. I've seen the exact same misspelling on trucks, where a drawing of a bird is paired with the name of a mammal. A travel company making such errors strikes me as incompetent.

... ni los estafadores heredarán el reino de Dios. 1 Cor. 6:10
#212649 by AlanJones Thu Jul 31, 2014 1:14 am
Also, no legitimate business uses a free Yahoo email address.

There is no job, they just want to scam you by charging you for a non-existent visa.
Last edited by AlanJones on Thu Jul 31, 2014 1:17 am, edited 1 time in total.

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.
#212650 by HillBilly Thu Jul 31, 2014 1:15 am
yes, its a scam job offer.

Read this article to help you spot fake job offers quickly : http://419advancefeefraud.blogspot.com/ ... ly_20.html

#212675 by Maydy Toh Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:14 am
Thanks a lot for all the advises and Info.
Appreciate so so much here.
Well, he asking to pay the cash money for the government Seaman Pass and Marine Passport, and also attending Marine Safety Class and Basic knowledge. And get a Marine Safety Certificat.After you get all this done, you need to apply Marine Visa as well ,and also passport with flight ticket to New York and report yourself on Cruise. Total amount will be made by US Dollar which is Roughly around RM8000. But what makes me worried was the hotel of interviewer are in
Kuala Lumpur Amada Hotel. And this Amada Hotel are more to escort business.Because next to Amada Hotel, there's a private club on the 3rd floor, which they always bringing the girls to Amada Hotel for extra service after those PR girls off from work, because they not allowed to have intimate service in the club but you can deal with the customer privately. One of my friend are working in that private club ,this is what she told me about the Amada Hotel and even ask me not to go for interview. So what you guys think about it?
#212718 by vonpaso xlura Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:49 am
Don't go to the interview. It's a scam.

If I understand right, he's asking you to pay for a "marine passport" (never heard of such a thing)? Pay to whom? How (check, WU, bank transfer)? How much is it in US dollars? I'm pretty sure more of us (I'm American, but others who hang around here live in other parts of the world) know how much the American dollar is worth than the Malaysian ringgit.

... ni los estafadores heredarán el reino de Dios. 1 Cor. 6:10
#212719 by Maydy Toh Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:57 am
Well, he said that the payment will be paid to Malaysia Government. A lot that need to prepare and made payment as well. I don't even know what is real what is fake.
I should go to the cruise website and check with the management .should i?

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