Saturday, November 17, 2018

Scammers Impersonating Loblaws Superstores / 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, even if they say they will reimburse you! 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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Loblaws Superstores,
2130 2923 Dundas St. W, 
Toronto Canada.

Dear Applicant,

We are satisfied with your qualifications and have decided to employ you. Find the attached (copy of the Contract Agreement and Employment Application Interview Questions from our (Company Lawyer) Legal Adviser. You are advice to read the Agreement carefully, sign and send a copy of the Agreement and Application Interview Questions to us for official documentation).

We are making arrangement on how to facilitate your Work/ Resident Visa and all the traveling documents that will enable you come to Canada to resume work. The details will be revealed to you when we send you your Appointment Letter which is the next stage of your recruitment process. Your designation will be disclosed in your Appointment Letter.

Sign this agreement if you want to come to come and work in Canada, We urge you to hurry up the process because we need you to resume work immediately. You have to get all your required documents for the visa process ready. We will send you an Appointment Letter after you accept and sign the agreement. We will send all the necessary documents that you will need from our company to obtain your visa and traveling documents.

Yours Truly,
John Morrison, 
President & CEO,
Loblaws Superstores.
Phone: +13653002405, +14388002132.
Fax: +13657402265.

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