Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Exillon Energy London / hr@exillonenergylondon.com / Fake Visa/Job ScamFraud

This is a fake job scam!  There is no job!  Do not send documents or money! Read www.scam-job-emails.tk  The email address is fake! If you are not interviewed face to face, in person, the job offer is Always a scam!

From: "Exillon Energy London" - hr@exillonenergylondon.com
Date: 8 Mar 2016 12:50
Subject: Re: Offer Of Employment - Exillon Energy London ( Reference Number EXLL0160035 )
To: Victim
> Dear Victim
> Congratulations! We are pleased to confirm you have been selected to work for Exillon Energy. We are delighted to make you the following job offer attached to this mail.
> Please check the attached document to confirm the details of the offer, and also to verify if we have entered your correct information so that if you are in agreement, we can move forward with the relocation process at the soonest possible time.
> We have also attached a summary of benefits and company policies. Other benefits and bonus potential will take place per company policy. On arrival, our human resources personnel will assist you in going through your work contract and in signing up for the comprehensive benefits package.
> *IMPORTANT: We will like to state clearly, as per the United Kingdom labour laws and company policy, the company will pay your relocation allowance, reimbursement of moving expenses including immigration costs AFTER completion of relocation/immigration process.
> In accepting our offer of employment, you certify your understanding of the terms. If you are not in acceptance, PLEASE do not sign the offer. If you have no objections to the offer, kindly sign on the space provided below, then email a scanned copy to me so we can begin your onboarding process. If in agreement, you must return a signed copy in not more than 3 days from this day. If you have further questions or clarifications, please feel free to call me on either of the numbers below.
> We look forward to your arrival at our company and are confident that you will play a key role in our company's expansion into international markets. Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can do anything to make your arrival easier.
> Best regards,
> Charles Campbell,
> Group Human Resources Director,
> Exillon Energy London
> Direct Lines: +44 743 098 1565
 : +44 703 193 3611

Email from scammer impersonating Barristers!

From: "LAP Solicitors" info@lapsolicitors.co.uk
Date: 15 Mar 2016 21:56
To: Victim

Please see attachment for invoice.
Kindly send your payment promptly.
When the transfer is made, please ask your bank for the copy of the transaction and the date when the funds will be in our account, then notify us of these by email to ensure we complete your application promptly.
Mr. Lynwood Pearson
(+44) 745 205 3943

On 14 Mar 2016 21:24, "LAP Solicitors" info@lapsolicitors.co.uk wrote:

Hello Victim
I am writing to update you on the status of your visa/work permit application. Your application has been approved - see attached letter. The Employee Registration fee has been stated. Kindly refer to the attached document for more information. If you are ready to move forward with the application, please contact me to email across an invoice to you.
If further information is required, feel free to call me.
Mr. Lynwood Pearson
(+44) 745 205 3943

Scam bank account




SORT CODE: 11.00.73


IBAN: GB52HLFX11007312150160


1 comment:

  1. The job offer is fake! The website is fake! The company does not exist! No real company ever offers you a job without a face to face interview! You need to understand that! Read www.scam-job-emails.tk scammers put up fake websites and create fake companies all the time!


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