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Job Abroad Agent / Fraud

1 India Review updated:

Here is the letter I received:<br />
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Hello! We have encouraging news: the preliminary work on your application is developing very well and we expect good news soon. Via the current letter, we would like to ask for a recommendation, in case you have one. The recommendation may not be in English – in this case, we will manage the translation. The reference could be issued both by former or current employer, but it will also be accepted if it is issued by people who know you (neighbors, friends, etc.). If you do not have a reference at the moment, please inform us by a letter. For faster mail management, please mark your letter with a subject ‘Without a recommendation’. If you have a recommendation – please, scan it and send it by e-mail. For faster inbox management, please, mark your letter’s subject ‘Recommendation’. There is a great possibility that the employer checks your recommendation – simply the practice in the country is like that. Due to that, the telephone number in the recommendation should be ‘certain’, ist. est. when the employer calls, your recommendation should be confirmed. In view of the development of your application, the following letters to you are expected to bear important news. In case you still haven’t added our e-mail address to your address book, please do so immediately: this way, the chance that our letters reach you is real and so our correspondence with you will be secure. <br />
Yours sincerely, <br />
Job Abroad Agent

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  • Pi
      23rd of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    ive received the same email, should i answer them, is it a fraud help please

  • Ve
      16th of Mar, 2015
    0 Votes

    Sometimes they go by the same work abroad...same liars though

  • Ve
      16th of Mar, 2015
    0 Votes

    It is certainly fraud...job agents have no business in education. People who become job agents hated school and they disrespect[ect teachers.

  • Ve
      16th of Mar, 2015
    0 Votes

    It is certainly fraud...job agents have no business in education. People who become job agents hated school and they disrespect teachers.

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