Scammers Impersonating Hilton Hotel / Fake Job Scam Fraud

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Scammers Impersonating Hilton Hotel / Fake Job Scam Fraud

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Unread post by Caped Crusader » Tue Jul 16, 2019 12:39 am

This is a fake job scam! There is no job! Do not send documents or money! If you are not interviewed face to face, in person, the job offer is Always a scam! If you are asked to pay fees for a visa or work permit or anything else, the job offer is a scam, even if they say they will reimburse you! No real company or embassy ever uses a free email address! Read Why Most Emails Offering Jobs Are Scams! to learn how to tell when a job offer is fake and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click on the images below:

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Attention:

Our Human Resource Department received your resume/CV relating to the International recruitment process going on in our Company for consideration.

To proceed further in this Recruitment process, you are to provide the following details;

1. Fill up the Job Application and Interview form attached to this E-mail
2. Genuine Educational qualifications Certificates scan copies
3. Scan Copies of your International passport [Information page]
4. Identity Card proof [national identity card or pan card].

Your qualification and work experience can be considered in line with a number of vacant positions that are currently in needs of qualified applicants to fill up.

Our Human Resource Department shall review all the interview responds provided by all applicants and their educational qualification certificates.

Proper self-introduction interview will be conducted in our Company office here in Canada if finally selected to enable the Company management know you better.

All selected applicants will be given an Appointment letter soft copy through e-mail to enable them makes plans for their Canadian work permit visa so that they can come and resume duty with the Company.
The Canadian Embassy/Consulate in your Country will help the Company to verify the genuine status of your Educational certificates from the Institutions that issued such certificates before the approval of work permit visa to ensure we are not recruiting Applicants with fake certificates.

Best regards,
David John
HR Manager
Tel: +1 937-675-8287
© Hilton Hotel and suites.

Another Scam Email

Our Human Resource Department received your resume/CV relating to the International recruitment process going on in our Company for consideration.

To proceed further in this Recruitment process, you are to provide the following details;

1. Fill up the Job Application and Interview form attached to this E-mail
2. Genuine Educational qualifications Certificates scan copies
3. Scan Copies of your International passport [Information page]
4. Identity Card proof [national identity card or pan card].

Your qualification and work experience can be considered in line with a number of vacant positions that are currently in needs of qualified applicants to fill up.

Our Human Resource Department shall review all the interview responds provided by all applicants and their educational qualification certificates.

Proper self-introduction interview will be conducted in our Company office here in Canada if finally selected to enable the Company management know you better.

All selected applicants will be given an Appointment letter soft copy through e-mail to enable them makes plans for their Canadian work permit visa so that they can come and resume duty with the Company.
The Canadian Embassy/Consulate in your Country will help the Company to verify the genuine status of your Educational certificates from the Institutions that issued such certificates before the approval of work permit visa to ensure we are not recruiting Applicants with fake certificates.

Best regards,
David John
HR Manager
Tel: +1 289 206 2416
© Hilton Hotel and suites.



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