Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#191596 by mysteryquest Wed Feb 19, 2014 7:58 am
From: [email protected] - scam email address
CRUDE ENERGY
1910 pacific Ave, suite 7000
Dallas,TX 75201 United States
Tel: +1 316 243 1737
Fax: +1 316 666 8912
www.crude.com

Attention

I'm in receipt of your mail with the attached filled application form that was sent to you.

I am glad to inform you of your good performance in the interview as we also appreciate your interest and willingness to work in our company. We have gone through your profile and your qualifications have made us to consider offering you the position of Quality Assurance Engineer because of your resume, but this position becomes official when the management have concluded. This will be coming up after you agree with the terms and condition of this company by signing this contract with us.

However, attached to this mail is Contract Agreement Letter, which you are to print, sign and return to us immediately for other official protocols, if you accept the conditions. You must know that we have few weeks of enrollment in our company with all the legal formalities being completed including the Visa and Ticket processing period. The Company has provided a free accommodation that befits family size not exceeding 6 occupants in its housing estate for its employee. This means that you are not providing any accommodation for yourself throughout the period you are working with us.

The Company shall provide air ticket for you to come here from your country after you must have scanned your Visa to us. This will enable the Company Immigrants Department to process your ticket to come and commence your career with us.

Moreover, you are expected to follow the company's travelling policy. So for this reason you should take care of the Visa Fee. Your readiness with the Visa Fee will enable the US Attaché and US Visa Officials to facilitate the immediate processing of your visa application forms and other traveling documents without any delay.

Finally, the Company shall open an international account for you on the account that you migrated from there to here on H1-B VISA and your salary is payable at regular payroll period by cheque.

If you agree with the employment schedules, then you are ready to relocate and work with us, print out this contract agreement and sign it after reading and send it back to us for office use. Nevertheless, having read and accepted the norms and ethics of this Company/Contract Agreement, you are requested to send a scan copy of your certificates as proof of educational qualification alongside with acceptance of this contract for proper documentation.

Your certificates will help us to prepare the documents that will be sent to the Embassy in your Country for your visa application forms to be processed.


Best Regard
HR. Manager

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! Read: www.scam-job-emails.tk Scammers will ask you to send money to a fake embassy official, travel agency or lawyer who is a really a scammer using a free email address!! No real company, government or visa agent ever uses a free or public email address (yahoo.com gmail.com hotmail.com, aol.com, etc.) Email addresses like diplomats.com, counsellor.com, consultant.com, lawyer.com etc. are also free email addresses. Read: www.scam-email-addresses.tk No real visa agent ever requests money via wire to a bank account or by Western Union or MoneyGram. Read: www.never-wire-money-to-strangers.tk 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: www.scam-telephone-numbers.tk

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! 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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