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Organization of North America International Employment Strategy /admin@onamites.org / Fake Job Scam Fraud

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From: George Hanley <admin@onamites.org>
Date: Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 1:35 AM
Subject: Re: International Security Clearance.
To: Victim



Dear Applicant,

Our discussions with ASSCS through our immigration lawyers ended but they still insist that the ISC clearance deposit must be made or the documents will be destroyed. Considering that the matter is not within Canada territory, applicants are bound to comply.

We are not supposed to interfere with the security screening for non-terrorist clearance but for trust sake our management has made provision to pay 40% for you; therefore, find a way to settle the 60% of $2,500 (that is $1,500). We understand that the urgent needs of this clearance but we have pleaded with ASSCS to allow applicants some more time to resolve the matter. You can pay in installment twice (that is, $750 first and later $750, making it $1,500) to avoid stress.

The 40% subsidized will be covered by our regional office in United States, so applicants should deposit the balance 60% through our regional office for full deposit confirmation before we initiate the clearance certificate process. It’s unfortunate this is happening outside Canada and we urge all applicants to comply for their work permit/visa documents release.

Warm regards,
Mr. George Hanley,
HR Manager, ONAMITES.
Montreal, Canada.
www.onamites.org
Onamites US Office.
2142 Broadway, 
New York, N.Y 10005, 
United States.
Email: us_office@onamites.org
Contact Address;
3119 Rue Woodland,
Montreal, QC H8Z 2A3,
Quebec, Canada.
Tel: +1 (514) 667-8349
:  +1 (514) 819-0369
Email: admin@onamites.org


From: KELVIN TURAY <us_office@onamites.org>
Date: Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 6:41 AM
Subject: ISC Payment Details.
To: Victim

Dear Applicant,

Your file report was sent to us from our head office in Canada to receive and verify your ISC payment of $1,500, the payment should be made twice, that is, first payment $750 and second payment $750. If you make your first payment, you should wait until we issue confirmation before you send the second payment.

We advise you to make your payment through Money-Gram transfer for immediate confirmation.

Here are the details to fill the money gram form;

Receivers name…....Mr. Kelvin Turay
Sender's name.........Your Name
Test Question..........Country
Test Answer.............United States
Amount....................$750usd (1st payment)
Destination...............New York, USA.

As soon as your payment is verified, we will issue confirmation.

Thanks,
Mr. Kelvin Turay
US Coordinator,
United States.
Tel: 001-646-480-7568.

From: <info@expresstci.su>
Date: Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: Visa documents for Victim lot 705 no 28 villagek west coast berbice Guyana south america track numbernumber 954489753
To: Victim

Hello Victim

Your package with this tracking number:954489753 is on hold at the Mexico International Airport, Mexico for security clearance. Kindly contact ASSCS Dept via email asscs.mail@mail.com for procedure necessary to resolve this problem, and afterward your package will be release and forwarded to your address.

EXPRESSTCI had serious problem with ASSCS for carrying your package without ISC and this became necessary during change of Courier from EXPRESSTCI to DHL, supposedly to deliver your package to your final destination.


Faithfully,
Walter Mccain.

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