Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#100260 by Con Warner Sun May 06, 2012 6:19 am
From: Brokers Limited <[email protected]>
To: Con Warner
Sent: Saturday, April 28, 2012 11:11
Subject: Letter of Appointment

BROKERS LIMITED
30 York Place
Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG1 5RH
United Kingdom

Ref: 0008209
Saturday 28th April 2012

Dear Mr. Con Warner:

With reference to your application and subsequent interview with us, we are pleased to appoint you as Designation in our organization on the following terms and conditions.

Date of Joining: You have to join us on the 1st of June 2012.

Salary: Your Monthly Total Employment Cost to the company would be illustrated in full details in the Enclosed Letter of Appointment. You will receive your monthly salary on the last working day of the month. There will be performance review after every six months and salary revision once a year. You have to work for 40 hours per week. You will get overtime if you work for more hours than stipulated time.

Place/Transfer: Your present place of work will be at Brokers Limited located at No: 30 York Place, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 5RH United Kingdom, but during the course of the service, you shall be liable to be posted / transferred anywhere to serve any of the Company's Projects or any other establishment in United Kingdom , at the sole discretion of the Management.

Probation/Confirmation: You will be on a Probation period for the Two weeks. Based on your performance your services will be confirmed with the company in written after two weeks.

During the probation period your services can be terminated with seven days notice on either side either by the company or Employee and without any reasons whatsoever. If your services are found satisfactory during the probation period, you will be confirmed in the present position.

Absence for a continuous period of ten days without prior approval of your superior, (including overstay on leave / training) would result in your losing your lien on the service and the same shall automatically come to an end without any notice or intimation.

Leave: You will be eligible to the benefits of the Company’s Leave Rules on your confirmation in the Company’s Service.

Further Requirement:

You are required to see enclosed attachments, go through them carefully, download, print and apply signature and date on the documents where required using a blue pen in your own hand writing to accept this Offer of Appointment from Brokers Limited. Secondly you are further required to send back to us the following:

(1) Clean Scanned copy of the accepted Letter Of Appointment
(2) Clean Scanned copy of the accepted Certificate of Employer Sponsorship

We request the aforementioned for confirmation of employment contract acceptance and also to file in your data with us for record purpose. Contact the United Kingdom Immigration Head Quarter Visa processing department at the enclosed detailed address with your signed (1) Letter Of Appointment (2) Certificate of Employer Sponsorship (3) Company Registration Certificate (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 have submitted all necessary requirement base on the company sponsorship for the application of your NON-EEA Working VISA.Do keep us updated time to time on further processing between you and the United Kingdom Immigration Bureau Office in case of advice where necessary, and ensure you provide them their requirement quick for the fastest process from their office.

We welcome you to The Brokers family and look forward to a fruitful collaboration.

Yours Sincerely
Mr. Adrian E. Williams
Human Resources Manager
For and on behalf of Brokers Limited United Kingdom


BROKERS LIMITED

Registration No: 04777755
Fax: +44 750 838 8230 Email: [email protected] Location: North Yorkshire HG1 5RH, United Kingdom.
This email and any attachments transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the recipient(s) to whom it is addressed.
Brokers Limited is registered in England & Wales No: 04777755 Reg. Office: 30 York Place, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 5RH, United Kingdom


Although "Brokers Ltd" is a registered UK company, it is non-trading. The scammer is using the details in order to help his scam which is to steal people's money under the guise of visa fees.

The scammer asks for visa fees to be paid to the UK Border agency using the email address: [email protected]. This is a free email address that can be registered by anyone anonymously.
All UK government offices use the domain .gov.uk . The UK border office can be found here: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/

He uses the domain "ukbrokers.com" for emails and again, that is a free email address that anyone can register. The reply email goes to [email protected]

Do not be tempted by the unrealistically high salary and elaborate story. This is a scam and any payments made will be stolen!

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#100392 by Metra2012 Sun May 06, 2012 6:31 pm
Before applying for any job vacancies at Brokers Limited please check whether it is a licensed sponsor - Tier 2 category and registered company.

Do not pay any amount of fees because fees and other payments will come one after the other without knowing at what point payment of fees will cease. Seek the advice of the British Embassy regarding this matter before you incur unnecessary expenses or lose money.

Check with the office of British High Commission in your country whether the company and job offers are authentic or not. Ask the procedures to be undertaken before dealing with the said company.
Last edited by Metra2012 on Mon May 07, 2012 6:25 am, edited 2 times in total.
#102204 by Mae-ann Tue May 15, 2012 5:40 am
Hi,

I was offered a job by Brokers Limited company and offered a salary which is too good to be true for me. I "Googled" their company and this "scamwarners" website came to my attention. We'll, I tried reading all their comments about the scammers and I realized that maybe this is really a scam. So I tried to sign the contract that they sent me, waiting for them to ask something/money from me. however, they didn't. instead, they told me to send the documents signed and clearly scanned to this email address:
[email protected]

I did not replied to them since I knew seeing the email address that it is not ".gov.uk". Hope this helps.

Thank you Scamwarners.

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