Friday, October 14, 2016

Scammer Impersonating Carnival Cruise Lines / / Fake Job Scam Fraud

This is a fake job scam! There is no job! Do not send documents or money! Read Why Most Emails Offering Jobs Are Scams! and Never Wire Money to Strangers! 

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From: "Carnival Cruise Lines" <>
Date: Oct 13, 2016 12:05 PM
To: Victim
> Address: 3655 NW 87th Avenue Miami, FL 33178`
> Phone:   +1-239 677 3681 Fax: +1-77- 777-77777
> We will like to inform you that this company has dimmed it fit to offer you immediate employment in the mentioned department of the company. It is important for you to open the attachment and view the terms and condition of work and we will expect you as a matter of urgency to follow the laid down rules that are included in the mail in order for you to be able to meet up with the timing and the processing involved.
> The company's representative in India BARRISTER RICHARD LAWRENCE has been mentioned in the offer letter. He shall be responsible for the smooth processing of your traveling documents and we will advise that you stick to his instructions and guidelines without any delay because we shall not tolerate any form of indiscipline or delay in meeting up with the requirements as that might jeopardize your offer. Open the attachment and follow the instructions.
> This is a direct job offer so, we expect your visa processing to be completed within 14 days as the company can only extend your resumption date on cogent reasons and that will be recommended by the company's representative in your country. You shall be responsible for the visa processing charges and the company shall provide a free air ticket to you immediately we received the completion your of your visa processing. All payment made by you shall be refunded back to you within 48 hours immediately you resume with the company in UNITED STATES.
> Dr. Fredrick Hull
> Assistant Administrator

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