Friday, August 31, 2018 / Scammer Impersonating Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel / Fake Job Scam Fraud

This is a fake job scam! There is no job! Do not send documents or money! If you are not interviewed face to face, in person, the job offer is Always a scam! If you are asked to pay fees for a visa or work permit or anything else, the job offer is a scam! No real company or embassy ever uses a free email address! Read Why Most Emails Offering Jobs Are Scams! to learn how to tell when a job offer is fake and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click on the images below:

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811 7th Ave, New York,
NY 10019,


We are satisfied with the caliber of your CV and your answers to our interview questions. Attached to this mail is a contract of Agreement Appointment Letter that you are expected to go through, sign and date at the bottom if you are satisfied with the terms of Contract. There after you are to send us a scanned copy of the signed Contract and letter of employment for the purpose of filing and other office protocols.

It should be noted that The Sheraton Newyork Times Square Hotel, New York will take care of the charges for your Visa, Flight Ticket and other travel cost but work permit will be taken care of by you as stated in the contract. You will be contacted by our travel agency after contract has been signed and details will be given concerning your travel. First salary 
bonus will be sent to employee's account as soon as all travel details are finished and employee is ready to come to the United States of America. We also want to encourage you to read the contract carefully before signing.

We will encourage you to contact the travel agent working with The noMaD Hotel, so that you can get your Valid USA Visa, Work Permit Paper and the rest of your Travel Documents in due time and you get to the USA before the date of your resumption.You are to contact (Mr Eric Hrubant) via mail sending a scanned copy of the signed contract to them also.

The email of the travel agent:

we congratulate you as our latest worker and we hope that you will repay the faith we have in you.

Best Wishes,
Shinto Deepak Sugunan,
Director of Human Resources,
The Sheraton Newyork Times Square Hotel.

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