Saturday, August 31, 2013

Tallow Drilling / Fake Job Scam Fraud

From: Hendrik Fourie <>
Date: Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 9:04 AM
Subject: Re: applied for your Roustabout Oil Rig Position vacancy on Indeed


Your application for employment with our client Tullow drilling as Roustabout is approved.
This is a position on an Oil Rig in Accra in Ghana. Package details as follow.

  1. Starting date 01 September 2013
  2. 3 Year contract. You will work 21 days on Rig and then 21 days paid leave. This cycle will continue for the contract duration.
  3. Salary will be R295 per hour for 12 hour shifts on the Rig. Paid leave will be R800 per day for the 21 days leave.
  4. You will stay on the Rig for the 21 days on cycle so accommodation and meals will be free.
  5. Transport is on companies expense from and to your nearest international airport.
  6. All salaries is tax free, you must declare your own income with your local authorities for tax purposes.
  7. Full medical and international insurance will be covered by company.
  8. Provident fund will be arranged after 3 months.
If you want to proceed we must arrange for your work permit today before 5 pm in order to arrange for your contract. A offshore safety and firefighting course will start on 02 September which must be attended, the company is paying for this course with full accommodation and meals.

We need to arrange for work permit approval before 5 pm today. The fee for this permit is for your account for the company no more pay for these permits.
The permit fee is R425. The following method can be used to make payment.

Post office pin based money order.
Make payment to Pieter Venter
ID no: 6707185055088

Please scan proof of payment with copy ID and email back to this email before 5 pm today. Please make sure we have PIN number as well so Pieter can proceed. Sorry for the short notice but this is urgent positions.

You will receive your contract Within 24 hours, please sign and email back to us so we can finalize.

Please call Pieter on 0722531941 if you have any questions.



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