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I come form the Philippines and currently work in Ireland. I read a message on the Internet which made me mad. I’m working with nine more people form the Philippines in a hotel here and all of us have been placed by Jobineurope.net.

We earn about 1500 Euro net salary and are happy with the conditions. No one has paid any money to the recruiter. The recruiter is from Europe and has an office in Ireland too. They charge the employers only when placing the candidate there. My manager there has told me they have paid about 2000 Euro to Jobineurope.net for me and my friend. I’m really mad with the lies I’ve read here. The only fee we’ve paid is for paperwork but not to the recruiter.

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  • So
      12th of Sep, 2007
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    JobsinEurope.net - Fraud and cheating!
    India

    Jobsineurope people are a big time scoundrels.

    1. They will find your job aspiration from net.
    2. Send you a mail saying that they have something for you.
    3. This would normally too good to be too.
    4. Once you show your interest you are trapped.
    5. You will be nicely given an webpage.
    6. They will schedule your [censored]all interview and say that it has been successful.
    7. If do not attend the interview these ### will send you a so called IQtest with childish questions no matter what answers you give and how much time take to reply, It’s gonna be successful.
    8. Then they will ask you for CV in European format(such a format does not exceed).
    9. They will help with this for 32 Euros.
    10. Some stupid workforce enrollment number will be given to you.
    11. They will again ask you for 13 euros 0r 16 Euros for sending this document to the employer.
    12. In all this procedure the Employer name would be left to you to guess, hunt them for this but they will tell the them, perhaps some very nice companies or institutes name would be told (God knows if those employer had ever communicated with these cheaers).
    13. And that’s it... you wait and wait and wait... they won’t reply.
    14. One fine day you will get pissed off and scold them & they will send you a mail saying that this did not work let’s try with self-employment in Spain...

  • Sa
      14th of Oct, 2007
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    Mr. Juan Rodriguez if really from the the Philippines why dont you give your contact number and the address to confirm that you were help by this irresponsible recruitment agency. This is all scam.

  • Lo
      1st of Dec, 2007
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    i am also trying my luck finding a posssible job which i also found im jobineurope.net...This mr.juan rodriguez from the philippines if he is really telling us the truth looking for this job thru jobineurope then help us...how can we be also got these jobs....i also applied as a health care service in a clinic somewhere in Oxfordshire england..klimit care clinic....email me or get in touch with me.....i am also a filipino....looking for a good job abroad....

  • La
      1st of Dec, 2007
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    TOTOO BA TALAGA ITO?
    IS IT A SCAM>>>>>>
    IS IT A SCAM>>>>>

  • Ja
      7th of Dec, 2007
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    Yes this is website of scamsters, I spoke to them over Yahoo and boy not even one person spoke proper English. This from a company which claims to have its office in England, B@lls. These Bulgarian freaks are only hitting on innocent newbies on the internet, I had my doubts on the day of the interview itself when they didnt ask me a single pertinent question regarding the job. Similarly they sidetracked all my questions regarding the background of the company, mind you I didnt ask for the company details, which I knew wouldn't come through anyways.Funny part is these guys didnt yet know that I had European work experience(part time as a student), which I hadn't mentioned in my initial interactions and my CV.Now I have gone on to the long route via HSMP and would get a WP soon. So anyone who has been affected by this or is about to be, BEWARE and dont pay these [censored]ers.Dont worry friends, once I get to U.K. am gonna take their happiness away. :-D

  • Ja
      7th of Dec, 2007
    0 Votes

    Heres more proof of these scamsters.

    Gov’t exposes scam to hire Pinoy workers over internet
    Monday, April 09, 2007

    The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) today exposed a spurious hotel, ostensibly operating in the United Kingdom (UK), for its scam to recruit overseas Filipino workers for non-existent hotel jobs such as receptionists, cashiers, waiters, and waitresses in London.

    “We strongly forewarn unwary OFWs and would-be OFWs, as well as the legitimate OFW recruitment industry in the Philippines, against being enticed and victimized by this and similar scams currently proliferating in the world wide web,” Labor and Employment Secretary Arturo D. Brion said.

    Brion cited a report of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in London, UK, identifying the spurious hotel as one “Crystal Spring Hotel UK,” which had earlier e-mailed a licensed recruitment agency in the Philippines on its offer to become a “prospective employer” of OFWs.

    Labor Attach to London Jainal Rasul, Jr., however, said that upon examination by the POLO, the “hotel’s” scanned documents including Certificate of Registration, Special Power of Attorney, and Demand Letter, indicated a “patent scam” to dupe OFWs and the legitimate recruitment industry, based on the following evidence:

    n The stamps appearing on the documents purportedly bearing the seals of the POLO and the Philippine Embassy in London are all fake, including the scanned signature of the Ambassador, who does not authenticate verification documents at all;

    n The “hotel,” in its demand letter, requires positions such as receptionists, cashiers, waiters and waitresses, which are not open to non-European Union (EU) workers;

    n The purported certificate of registration of Crystal Springs Hotel appears like a World War II Veterans’ Certificate bearing the superimposed logos of Scotland, Kirkwall, and the UK;

    n The registration date is 1994, which means it had not been renewed for 13 years; and,

    n Aside from the dubious postal code in its text of registration, a Googles search in the Internet has revealed that no Crystal Springs Hotel exists in London.

    Rasul cited a licensed recruitment agency in the Philippines, World view International Services, Inc., for linking up with the POLO to ascertain the “hotel’s” authenticity, and in the process, helped prevent victimizing OFWs and legitimate recruitment agencies.

    Source: Information and Publication Service
    URL: http://forum.ofw-connect.com/OFW_Advice_Help/?p=378

  • As
      17th of Jan, 2008
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    I have also received a e-mail from "jobinEurope" asking me to be ready for an interview through internet. (i do notknow if "jobinEurope" and "JobInEurope" are different organizations)

    I thank Ms W. Fernandes for having disclosed on internet her bad experience so that others can become cautious.
    If what Mr. Juan Rodriguez says is true, he should provide convincing evidence through net. Otherwise, "jobinEurope" should do so to convince people.

  • Ed
      25th of Mar, 2008
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    Yes, they also arranged an interview for me and after it all developed real quick I paid 32 euro to Paldin Medijia for documents but I departed for UK after 2 months due to family issues in my country. Best advice from me – let them arrange the interview and pray it is successful. My brother also appeared for an interview and failed so now we are seeking other ways to get him here in UK and it is real hard. JobinEurope did not want to take his case after interview failure. So if anyone knows about other way to bring my brother here for only 32 euro, please please …. We will be forever grateful…More power!

  • Su
      27th of Mar, 2008
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    So, this is the competition, pal … They vilify jobineurope.net because they beat down the market price. How would you feel if you have been taking 2 – 3000 USD from each person for long years and suddenly here comes jobineurope.net and offers the same service for 50 – 100 USD? Those competitors don’t deserve your sympathy! Frauds!

  • Sh
      14th of Apr, 2008
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    I was just thinking why don't they have a posted name, office addresses and name of the owner in their web site. I had tried checking address of W2 1UD in London England and it's difficult to locate JobInEurope.

    It is eassier to confirm business address if they have one, so we can be able to check their identity.

    And Mr. Rodriguez also can post the name of the hotel in Ireland where he is working right now and the other 9 person with him.
    Don't get mad... aren't you glad if you can help many Filipinos find their destiny in Europe. And if you are really concerned regarding this... you can post the name of the hotel you are working in Ireland.

  • Fr
      16th of Apr, 2008
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    Listen guys, with address or without address they placed me. I am happy and working here in Europe. Have you heard of Crystal Hotel, now that is scam and more over a scam with perfect address. How a person outside of the country can check it – truth is no way. How you can know there really is this building there or this hotel – no way to know it. Most scams have fake addresses in the website. So doesn’t it ring a bell in your minds that JobinEurope simply want to stay honest and not provide office address since they do not want to be bothered by your relatives coming and checking? They want to be just and honest to people who cannot walk in their office and are located thousands of miles away in Asia, but still people who need their assistance and jobs and people who cannot afford the luxury to come and visit offices in London. People like me, who trusted and won… And all you unbelievers and investigators of addresses stay in your country and verify authenticities to the rest of your lives

  • Ge
      19th of Apr, 2008
    0 Votes

    Yes, I think what you said seems to be right. when I asked for clarifications here is what I got. The offer is too good to be true.

    The process was exactly as you stated. It is certainly a big fraud. Keep OUT OF SUCH BUGGERS and if possible should be brought to task for the fraud.

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    Vacancy: Office assistant
    Quickly developing company, UK
    Payment: 14 pounds / hour, 39 hour work week
    Bonuses: free accommodation + food during working hours
    Paid vacations, medical/dental and retirement insurance
    Plane ticket and visa fees paid by the employer

    In case you decide to withdraw your application, please, let us know. It will allow us to give the job opportunity to another applicant who will take it. We hope you understand that we are expected to place employees to all vacancies that come to us. We simply have no right to delay the process.

    Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have questions.

    yours sincerely: jobineurope team

  • Um
      29th of Apr, 2008
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    i have contacted with rft281 melanie at ww.jobineurope.net.before 1 month after some discution i have paid 60 euro for document preparation and 15 for courior fees. paladin medijia (moshnostkontrol)has send this money prepared my document and send to Spanis embassy. yet i have not recieve any business document or any other latter /status. i dont know this is scam or what?
    science_0007@redifmail.com
    919427845238

  • Vi
      1st of May, 2008
    0 Votes

    Yes, that sounds familiar. I also applied for that permission in Spain after Paldin prepared my documents. It took 4 months before the immigration service issued the permission for me. Now I'm working in England thanks to their valuable assistamce.

  • Ma
      20th of May, 2008
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    I don't know whom i believe, i just paid 32, 60, 15 euros for my work documents, if my docs will arrive its true if not maybe im not lucky to have. thats life were just dying to have good job so we try all possible ways to have one... good luck to all of us just pray that we all get a job in europe

  • En
      29th of May, 2008
    0 Votes

    Truth is these guys are doing whatever possible to bring people like us to Europe and sometimes applications are negative sometimes are positive. However, as they would say chance to succeed if you do not try is 0% :) so keep trying pal!!!

  • Ri
      6th of Jun, 2008
    0 Votes

    Well, I tell you. I am from mindanao philippines. I been also emailed by jobineurope.net. They invited me for an interview and fortunately I passed it. The interviewer was conversant enough in english. She asked some questions regarding the things I know relative to the position they have offered me. They have offered me an office assistant job where i am qualified for. After the interview the next day I found out that I passed the interview. I emailed them back and chatted them back on what are the next steps to be done. They required me to prepare my immediate documents like CV, others. I submitted them all. They told me that i have to give a registration number from work force office. To obtain the reg number they forwarded me an agency that would facilitate all those docs and reg number worth 32 Euro. I paid it and after 2 days I got the package including the CV, reg number and WP. According to them I need to forward them all to my employer wort h15 euro. I paid it again. I requested for the invoices of my payments and gladly they have generated all the invoices. At that time also, I was able to get the address and the name of my employer. Now, I am currently waiting for the work permit from my employer and after that I have to go to the UK embassy here in the Philippines to apply for a work visa. They also told me that by early august I can fly to the UK after all the necesarry docs are preapred for my travel. I dont know what to happen next but I pray harder that the Lord will give the justice and that He will give me the job in His most gracious time.

  • Ri
      6th of Jun, 2008
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    You can email me richly121785@yahoo.com.ph or text/ call me at 09185496244...

  • Rm
      17th of Aug, 2008
    0 Votes

    Fake, do not trust this jobineurope.net website!

    http://www.oil-offshore-marine.com/bewarejobscams.php and http://www.fraudwatchers.org/forums/showthread.php?s=041be2ac72e2d788f25110a75b7b28bc&t=8923&page=2

  • Ka
      2nd of Oct, 2008
    0 Votes

    I'm in the process of registering with JobInEurope for the past few weeks. I am at the point of paying my fees of 35 euros. I am sceptical. Is JobInEurope is a trustworthy agency to go through? If anyone can testify to their legibility please let me know if I am making the right choice to go through them for work.

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