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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Milan, Milan, Italy
|+2 globalcareerhunt.com |
Offer jobs very good almost but not totally "too good to be true".
Get on Skype and ask to process a payment 150 Pounds to get you "involved" in the selection
The payment is processed through another website pro-caccia.com
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-07-21 04:44:05|
Claimed to be UK registered company, then asked to provide them with payment from recruitment services. They attempted to take card details. When I asked for IBAN account details they provided:
Bank: SATABANK P.L.C. BIC/SWIFT: STBAMTMT
Malta based account. After they asked for a 188 Euro payment. When asked for UK company number they gave: AFFPT1118N001, which corresponds to none. When asked why, they mentioned they are registered in India. Skype ID: live:monica_8451
|Eduardo (Madrid, Madrid, Spain) Added the following extra information on :2017-04-06 19:18:50|
They contacted me through LinkedIn offering international Job Openings. When you start the process they ask for 150 pounds to create your email account and 200 Euros to create your candidate website. In fact they improved my CV, created the website and started sending me 1 or 2 job opportunities a week. Last Monday I asked them how I was progressing in the selection processes, so they contacted me to tell me that I had been short listed for 5 of them and asked me for 750 Euros (40% of the total cost) to prepare the pre-employment certification, along with a lot additional information. I didn't know any head-hunter that would ask for money to candidates, but what really made me suspect was their request for an extra 750 Euros just one day after for another certification. I'm not sure if it is a scam or not (I'm waiting for their feedback) but it smells really fishy.