Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Shell Petrochemical Oil and Gas / Fake Job Scam Fraud

This is a fake job scam. This email is not from the real Shell. No real company ever uses a free email address! +44-844 are primarily used by scammers. Please read: +44 870/871/844/845 Numbers Are Suspicious! and No Real Company Hires You By Email!

Shell Petrochemical Oil and Gas United Kingdom
Human Resources Department
Shell Centre
London, SE1 7NA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44-844-7727083
Fax: +44-844-7727058


This is to acknowledge receipt of your acceptance to our employment offer. As you are aware that you have limited time to report here and commence training and work, you should therefore begin the processing of your necessary travelling documentation immediately.

Please note that by UK Immigration Law, you will require a VISA and Work Permit to be able to come here and commence training/work. The company shall provide you with a work permit and other necessary visa supporting documents. Also note that a sum of Two Thousand British Pounds (GBP 2,000.00) has been approved for your visa expenses/travel allowance and these funds will be made available to you along with your flight ticket/itinerary as soon as we confirm your visa readiness. Be informed that you would be responsible for your visa application fee at the moment and you have 14 days to process and forward your visa proof as instructed from our Headquarters.

If you know the processing will delay from your side then I would suggest you contact Barrister Milton Siviter for assistance. He is a renowned Immigration Lawyer here in the United Kingdom and he works directly with top immigration officials at the UK Border Agency. Ask him for information on how to obtain a UK Visa or simply ask him to assist you to process your visa documentation. Contact him via this email address: ( Misiviter@laposte.net ) if you so desire.

You are required to acknowledge receipt of this email.

Jenna Chana
HR Department
Shell Petrochemical Oil and Gas UK

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