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I am working for a reputed firm in mumbai. Currently for a change i had mailed my resume to various websites hoping to receive a favorable reply. I received a reply for a job in london as a office assistant, payment would be 39 pound an hour and 48 hrs per week. I replied to go ahead with my application. The interview was fixed by the www.jobineurope.net on 26/04/2007 via internet (yahoo messenger - RFT281). First a lady from this messenger informed about the interview and said in 10 mins the company from london will contact you , the interview was conducted by another lady via yahoo messenger. Later on i received a mail from the website of jobineurope saying they recd a favorable response and would like to continue for further procedure i.e registration with state work force office (WP1 form), cv european formate and covering letter. First they said registration with the State work force office is free and their details are mentioned on the website. On surfing the website i have mailed my cv to the mentioned address on it ([protected]@ earthling.net) but did not receive any response. Then i mailed the website [protected]@ nd-jobs.net for any other contacts. They mailed about details of [protected]@postmaster.co.uk and mentioned they were a trusted company and charged a nominal fee of 30 euro.

I agreed and informed jobineurope team to send me the details as to whom to contact etc. I recd a mail saying the company is based in liverpool, london, to pay by means of cheque to credit card. To get some valuable information on these website i surfed the net on which i got the info that this website is a scam. They take the required money and then revert that the job is not accepted. As per information this is a site from bulgaria. They never disclose their names.

People beware!!!

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  • Ma
    mariana jane Apr 11, 2010

    MGA KABABAYAN KO;
    Sa mga kababayan ko na nais mag abroad, wag kayo magpapaloko sa mga iyan...scam scam scam scam...lalo na yan paldin med o kaya doctranslator1 at lalo na sa [email protected] po kayo, di totoo ang mga iyan ...kahit maliit na halaga lang po yan.sa dami nilang naloloko sa buong mundo ay napakalaking halaga po lalo na sa mga pilipino.. ang totoo po ay mga taga nigeria ang mga iyan..sa katunayan eto ang mga pangalan na ginagamit nila, EMILY o ANGELA sa work1 sa london base po..at sa bulgaria nman JORDAN SPASOV UZUNOV ang nangungulekta ng pera sa western union at eto pa ang mga pangalan ng mga receiver SYKLA LINEVA OR MILENA APOSTOLOVA...ingat po tayo sa mga taong yan.?kung talagang gusto po kayo ng employer s'ya mismo ang tatawag sa inyo...ipagbigay alam po natin sa mga kababayan natin...maraming salamat po...

    Concern Citizen...
    anak pawis

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    Dinesh Kumar Sharma Apr 09, 2010
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    I am working for a reputed firm in mumbai. Currently for a change i had mailed my resume to various websites hoping to receive a favorable reply. I received a reply for a job in Ireland as a Machine Operator, payment would be 16 Euro an hour and 40 hrs per week. I replied to go ahead with my application. The interview was fixed by the Empolyer of Irish on 26/07/2009 via internet (yahoo messenger -service3uk). First a lady from this messenger informed about the interview and said in 10 mins the company from london will contact you, the interview was conducted by another lady via yahoo messenger. Later on i received a mail from the website of [email protected] saying they recd a favorable response and would like to continue for further procedure i.e registration with state work force office (WP1 form), cv european formate and covering letter. First they said registration with the State work force office is free and their details are mentioned on the website. On surfing the website i have mailed my cv to the mentioned address on it (PMedia I'nt TRANSLATE Corp) but did not receive any response. Then i mailed to [email protected] for any other contacts. They mailed about details of PMedia I'nt Translate Corp and mentioned they were a trusted company and charged a nominal fee of 30 euro. and for the courier charges is 16.50 euro that means total 46.50 euros

    I agreed and informed job abroad Team to send me the details as to whom to contact etc. I recd a mail saying the company is based in Dublin 11, Ireland to pay by means of cheque to credit card. To get some valuable information on these website i surfed the net on which i got the info that this website is a scam. They take the required money and then revert that the job is not accepted. As per information this is a site from bulgaria. They never disclose their names. Sir they are charged me two times now that [email protected] they are telling that your documents are sended to Spanish Immigration Office for work permission. I don't understand that they offered me for a job in Ireland and now they are telling the papers are gone to Spanish in UNIDAD DE EXTRANJERIA, Pza. Imperial Tarraco No 3, 43005 Tarragona, ESPANA. This case is passed on 29/10/2009 and still iam sending the message to [email protected] and they are telling that your papers are in Spanish Immigration Office and they will act on their own speed and we cant get any updates from them. So you have to wait. still i am waiting from 21/09/2009. Pls give me reply or take some action because from september2009 iam jobless. and without job and money i can't take care of my family. My Email Address :[email protected] and my Contact No.+91 [protected]

    Thanks and Regards

    Dinesh Sharma

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  • Ha
    hasky Jun 27, 2009
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    hi, im27 i encounter the same us u guys i need ur suggestion to because last 4 days ago i receive email fom [email protected] they telling me that they got employer for me, they want to prepared my doc.asap so they told me to connect at service3uk in yahoomessager i thought its true so the lady told me i have to submit on time so they suggest me to use there PMcompany which [email protected] so i send 32 euro which45 usdollar by westernunion after that yesterday they send copy of my cv, motivation letter, etc..they told me if i wanted to send them my doc. to my employer which will cost another16.50euro or 23 usdollar but today i send them again, but because its saturday they dont have office.my question is do i have to send them the mtcn no.to them or try to cancel and get back again my money??i dont know if it true or not..is it scam and im a victim??tell me guys what to do..please advise me what to do..i really need ur advise guys..it will help me a lot..thanks in advance

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  • De
    Der Ingenieur Apr 27, 2009

    Hello every body,
    I have applied for many websites looking for jobs, then suddenly I have got an e-mail form: [email protected] entitled: "YOUR JOB TRANSFER TO EUROPEAN UNION".
    They said that they have arranged a suitable job for me in Ireland!
    I wasn't sure about this website, because I didn't apply before for this website!
    Then I was following them to see what is next since I don't have anything to lose, but they were knowing that I'm looking for a job of Engineer without telling them. It seems that they are looking cross job websites and choose people for this kind of works.
    Later, they have mentioned to me that in my stage I need to pass through very important action, which is the interview or answer some questions sent to me by e-mail and reply the answers to them back for evaluation!
    The letter was not written for me only as it was written as a template which can be used for everybody and was sent to me as website link:

    http://www.all-aboutjobs.com/letter/parlst3.html

    From the website, I have found that they didn't write my name in the letter which made me confused. In addition, that I have tried to know more about this company be looking through this link after eliminating the extension parlst3.html from the above link to be:

    http://www.all-aboutjobs.com/letter

    Then, I have chosen to attend the interview to know more about this company rather than receiving an e-mail and replying them with another.
    The officer told me that they have arranged me an interview time at 8:30 am (London time), the Yahoo messenger ID was: service3uk.
    Then the other Yahoo messenger ID was assigned to make this interview with me, which was: service_re.
    Later, I was really confused when I talked to a lady which speaks with very good British accent!
    The questions that she was asking weren't really specific about any job, and they were a questions which anybody could be eligible for the job, if there was one!
    After two days, I got another e-mail says that I could make very well in the last stage, and need to act quickly to catch the deadline of the job.
    The e-mail was sent as a link:

    http://www.all-aboutjobs.com/letter/parlstIRE.html

    I have contacted the lady with Yahoo messenger ID: service3uk, then she was saying that I need to do actions to ensure getting the state work force office registration number, then I need to contact the recommended agencies to make it for me.
    Then she was not agree to tell me the employer address, name, or e-mail, but she gave me the job details:
    Automation engineer, ... etc.
    The payment: 18 pounds per hour, 40 hours a week
    The employer will pay the ticket and will collect me up on my arrival in Dublin.
    I was searching through Irish jobs salaries later, and I couldn't find anybody who pays with pounds!! All are paying with Euro!
    Then I went through the Irish Immigration website looking for any term called "the state work force office registration number"
    But I couldn't find anything like this!!
    I also was looking the website who sent me the e-mail, through google and yahoo, I couldn't find any relative websites.
    The other recommended agencies for issuing the state work force office registration number were:
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    They were saying that these agencies are ready to make the registration No. for free, which made think more about why would agencies work for free?!!!
    Anyways when I contacted these agencies, I got a response says that they will arrange everything like the letter of motivation, the Euro CV format...etc for 32 Euro or 29 Pounds. in addition to issuing the state work force office registration for a free as a bonus.
    That why I really had the doubt about that, really was about to pay the 32Euro assuming it would be like a lottery and I put 90% that this money will go, and hopefully the rest 10% will be true to join a job offer in Ireland.
    But, after my search about this agencies and website I found this forum and now I'm almost sure that they R cheaters and wish the all to take care and search enough and Be sure about such kind of things.
    Thanks for all for their contributions

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  • Ka
    Karina Apr 02, 2009

    Thanks to all the people who posted here! i was almost cheated by this company their name now is All-AboutJobs. But they still have the same letters and the same procedure.. Thank you, I saved my 32 euros!

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  • Jo
    jobseek2k9 Mar 14, 2009

    This is unreal webpage, and those people are fraudsters. Why doesn't anyone close their website.

    Look what they say, never pay money, never never! http://www.oil-offshore-marine.com/bewarejobscams.php

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  • Ly
    ly-ann Dec 03, 2008
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    thank you to tyhis web site. muntik n k maloko.

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  • Ju
    jun Nov 27, 2008
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    i dont know the truth behind this i also send 32 euros wednesday that was nov 27 2008, and i am waiting for a result with my application, i dont know if this is true or not some says they were succesful but for some theyre not! damn whats the truth, so i can still stop if this is really a scam... maybe i suggest to report this one to imbestigador! and let them be search for this one...

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  • Ro
    Robert Mitembo Nov 05, 2008
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    Please tell my employers to cominicate with me through an email because it is difficult for me to answer him through these other facilities like skype or yahoo messenger

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  • An
    angel_eyes Oct 22, 2008
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    This is the last message i recieved from Job In Europre

    Dear Applicant,

    We are very concerned with the approach of your deadlines.

    Your deadline presently expires. This means that your documents need to be fully prepared and travelling towards your employer's end as soon as possible.


    Please inform us if you plan to proceed with this application since your employer insists on getting your fully prepared application set within the timeframe.

    We would gladly explain the entire procedure. It consists of the following steps:

    1/ preparation of application documents and sending them to your employer in Europe – this is the only expense you may incur in the whole process. Deadline for finalizing this step is closing.
    2/ the employer receives your documents and processes them towards work permit and work contract - work permit fees are to be covered by the employer
    3/ after work permit issue the work permit is sent to you directly along with your work contract and other work visa support documents
    4/ you arrive in UK where a representative of the employer and JobinEurope.net meet you at the airport. You will be given orientation meeting and taken to your accommodation – in your case family accommodation is provided and covered by your potential employ
    5/ you start your new job in UK

    You are presently at step 1/ which should be completed in 1 day.


    Previous applicants from your country have prepared their application requirements through these two companies: Paldin Medi Co /email: [email protected] / and Transpermit /email: [email protected] /. These companies successfully prepared their requirements and the applicants were satisfied with the 1-day document preparation service.
    We would like to receive feedback from you clearly stating your intentions towards this application – in other words if you plan to proceed with this application or not?


    We give you deadline till 23th October to contact us and inform us.

    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

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    angel_eyes Oct 22, 2008
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    thanks that i had the chance to view and read this comments. i was about to pay the service fee of EURO 32 to Paldin Medi.

    But it's seems that you guys are right. I will send email to JobsInEurope and will inform them to abort my application. Actually they give me the first deadline to submit the documents last 16 october, i have not submitted yet since i have not paid the service fee to Paldin Medi who will apply for my work permit and prepare documents required.

    A certain Jonathan Lake emailed me and give me another deadline on 23 October. Surely I will inform them that i will not pursue my application anymore knwoign that they are scam.

    God bless you all!

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    chaka doll Oct 14, 2008
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    men! men! men!
    just like most of you here, I AM ALSO A VICTIM of this BIG TIME LIARS AND SWINDLERS! hooo! shame on me!
    i already paid them 32EU, 15EU, and 60£...until now, no work! when i get in touch with them thru their YM, all they have to say is wait! wait! wait!... to hell with them!

    when i contacted the "employer" that they gave me, alas! the employer said that they are not connected with Jobineurope!

    i want these BIG TIME LIARS AND SWINDLERS to be buried alive! or might as well pour them gallons of kerosene and set them on fire until they get toasted!

    JOBINEUROPE TEAM SUCKS BIGTIME!!!

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  • Ja
    jade Sep 17, 2008
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    I am currently processing my first stage of application. The letter of motivation is done for free but to hasten the service, i was told to pay 32EURO to their suggested company with the registration #. I was in doubt so I checked out the site www.jobineurope.com and I found this! Their YM is now rft281..is it the former rft288 you guys are referring to? I never pushed through the payment but they were urging me to hasten my applic to meet the deadline. Are there anyone who pushed through the application and now enjoying the job from JobinEurope.com?

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  • Je
    JEA Sep 12, 2008
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    im victim of this scam website [email protected] I was about to pay the amount the same thing happened to me, and was told to pay 32 euros. to process my application by paldimeco and pay 15 euro for the mailing my CV to my employer, They give me wrong employer and right now they send it again another process of my application Now I am in doubt!

    THIS IS THE E MAIL I RECEIVED!!!


    This is in regard with your employment application development.

    The current stage of your application is particularly the one which requires business permission to be obtained as well as a right of long term stay in the country.

    Of course, it would be much better if you possess permanent business permission in case you decide to change your job (for example, you need higher remuneration or better work conditions) which will bind you to your expiring contract of employment. One of the EU procedures proposes such option; it gives you a special status (it allows you to work with an employment contract and also, if you decide, to run your independent economic activity).

    In this case you could take the advantage of this procedure since we have arranged and found ways to obtain the necessary documents required for starting the process.

    The status, which you will obtain eventually, allows you long term stay in the country. You could also invite a member of your family or the entire family. They also have a right to work there legally and to get social benefits (in case of unemployment, etc.). Your children have all benefits just like the native ones - monthly bonuses, free textbooks, clothes and food expenses covering, and so on and so on.

    Our proposal is to unite our actions and to react to the situation. Please, feel free to call us or to come on live chat on yahoo messenger with our specialists working on your application. Our account (ID) is rft288 In case you do not have yahoo messenger installed you could download it for free from the following link: http://messenger.yahoo.com/

    Your call will enable us to inform you about the steps you need to take for such status obtaining, which allows you long term stay in the country and legal work right (business permission).


    Sincerely,
    JobinEurope.net team To all people out there please don't be a victim to this scam website.

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  • Je
    jessy Sep 09, 2008
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    guys, if it is really a scam, all we have to do is to pray for them so that they will change their ways.

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  • Sn
    snow Sep 02, 2008
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    hello guys I have an experience like that thank god i do not pay 32 euros.But dont lose hope there is still a website for us if you have a job experience in fast food chain, restaurant or in a hotel then you must visit www.mercanrecruit.com.That is the recruitment website of my two friends whom have already a job in CANADA never say die guys..

    THank you and God bless

    snow

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    snow Sep 02, 2008
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    I agree with your comment and i have experience it.They gave deadlines about the payment in paldin medi co. so that they will process my application in just 1 work day after that they say i will receive those perfect set of documents a day after they clear my payment.If an agency is a legal or registered in POEA they will not asking for a payment which is 32 euros.I started to doubt because it is very FAST..

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  • Fr
    Frustrated Aug 22, 2008
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    Hello, ,
    Im Rhea from Philippines, , i have applied on that site JOBINEUROPE.NET .. I have send 32 Euro andnow they were asking for 15 euro again... They always contacted me and i have this positive feeling that this will be my dream come true.. im just confius now .. Please help me...

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  • Sy
    syed akhtar Aug 10, 2008
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    my name is syed i am also one of the applicant . I posted my c.v to different sites and i got a reply from jobineurope they said that i have been shortlisted for a job of sales co-ordinator and asked me to prepare documents which is required before applying for the job which ll cost 38 euro . I paid 38 euro i got few documentations through mail then they asked me to courier it, again i paid almost rs 1000 for it but there is no reply from the employer or jobineurope .
    They used to mail me every day but from the time i have paid 38 euro there is no reply from them they are a big beggars, collecting pea nuts like beggars.

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  • Le
    Lenny Cruz Aug 10, 2008
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    This is a a warning to all prospectives applicant of jobineurope.net.

    Do not believe that convincing words from Melanie according to her she is an HR of jobineurope.net .

    Cheater mastering theirconvincing words otherwise nobody will believe them.

    Please do not blame me saying these words address to the jobineurope.net and its partners in crime the Paldin Medi Co.

    My niece was there victim. After sending them 30 and 15 euro through western union they could hardly response to the inquiry .

    jobineurope.net is a syndicate collecting money without efforts on their part. Imagine people sending them money thru western union!!!

    its a really a big monkey business!! for job hunters...never never believe jobineurope.net

    They are all liars... Thieves is a real sense!!!

    Beware!!! We are victims!!

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  • Ki
    killer_bunch Aug 02, 2008
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    hello,
    Thank god i read your message in google.I almost believe them.But I alredy noticed Y they asked pyments where they can pay the payment nd just deduct it for the salary..they asked me 32 euro.They told me tht they handle the free plane ticket and accomodation but Y they cant pay the workforce?Its just 32 euro lesser than the plane ticket..

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  • Fe
    fely binongcal Jul 20, 2008
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    naguguluhan na din ako kung scam ba to or true?...

    i am also abt to pay (or rather I ask my friends in London) to pay the 26 pounds (equivalent to 32 euro) for my behalf but then they told me it is a scam since they told me they never found any company or agency in the address as indicated (Liverpool, England) and how come the payment for the docs preparation will be transferred to Bulgaria,
    and eto pa ha...bakit name ng person ang nakalagay na receiver if pay thru Western Union?...di ba dapat name pa rin ng Paldin?

    hindi ko na itutuloy applic'n ko...thanks sa mga ganitong forums...it really helps a lot...

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  • Ba
    Barakat Jul 11, 2008
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    Dear Sir/Madam,
    This is Omar Barakat from Palestine.This site is scam and I advice any body not to send their money to this site.I sent money to do my document but at the end they tolled me that the emplyer will contact me separetly and until now I did not recieve any thing but they asked me to send more money but I refused.This site is %100 scam.
    Best Regards
    Omar Barakat

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    R. T . DURAI Jul 11, 2008
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    dear sir,

    i got this same think


    I am working for a reputed firm in gujarat in ankleshwar. Currently for a change i had mailed my resume to various websites hoping to receive a favorable reply. I received a reply for a job in london as a office assistant, payment would be 39 pound an hour and 48 hrs per week. I replied to go ahead with my application. The interview was fixed by the www.jobineurope.net on 26/04/2007 via internet (yahoo messenger - RFT281). First a lady from this messenger informed about the interview and said in 10 mins the company from london will contact you, the interview was conducted by another lady via yahoo messenger. Later on i received a mail from the website of jobineurope saying they recd a favorable response and would like to continue for further procedure i.e registration with state work force office (WP1 form), cv european formate and covering letter. First they said registration with the State work force office is free and their details are mentioned on the website. On surfing the website i have mailed my cv to the mentioned address on it ([email protected] earthling.net) but did not receive any response. Then i mailed the website [email protected] nd-jobs.net for any other contacts. They mailed about details of [email protected] and mentioned they were a trusted company and charged a nominal fee of 30 euro.

    I agreed and informed jobineurope team to send me the details as to whom to contact etc. I recd a mail saying the company is based in liverpool, london, to pay by means of cheque to credit card. To get some valuable information on these website i surfed the net on which i got the info that this website is a scam. They take the required money and then revert that the job is not accepted. As per information this is a site from bulgaria. They never disclose their names.then they are provide another one employer but its not propper address in uk, company name commant alkon ltd,

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    dez Jul 07, 2008
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    Hello guys

    i am also one of the victim of this scam. I am already about to pay the 32 euro but i ask myself first if it is legal, then my friend told me that i should check first their website in google then i discover that there are a lots of applicants experiencing the same thing. I am really thankful because i found out that it was scam.

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    Rowena de Torres Jun 26, 2008
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    I hope your application will give good results dear, mine did. Also good for you that you have relative in Europe to meet you I did not have anyone and job in Europe arranged all for me and also met me at the airport. Oh, I was so intimidated at first to see London, but now I am fine and stopped getting lost in its streets and avenues.

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    paula Jun 17, 2008
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    I am really confused... I sent the 32 euros like everybody else and received the application forms and letter together with the registration number. And I was told by the company to send a relative in europe my papers then ask her to send it to the (school) employer's address.

    Then I asked them my next step then they told me : " and they would file for a work permit. Then they would send you the work permit and other visa application support documents. This process takes at average 30 work days. Then you will need to go to the embassy to apply and get your work visa, after obtaining it you will fly over to Europe and start your new job."

    I'm so confused, I don't know what to do. help!

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    jeger morales May 12, 2008
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    hello everyone! i am making a blog with this jobineurope and i also discovered something about a new scam which maybe another scam of those scammers from jobineurope. this new one is called perfectsalary. please view my blog and share your comments and experience also. thanks! http://jobineuropeandperfectsalary.blogspot.com/

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    venner May 11, 2008
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    I applied in www.jobineuro.net as welder and they interviewed me then they sent message to me that they received an okay result to my application and they asked me to pay 32 Euro so I sent them 32Euro using western union money transfer last week until I found this site. I saw a lot of complaints about them and now they sent me a message and it goes like this:

    We are pleased to inform you that your documents are 100% completed by
    the requirements of standard for this type of correspondence.

    Meanwhile, we sent your prepared documents to JobinEurope.net who
    wrote in the name of the employer and made final corrections.
    Practically, your documents are completely ready.

    We attach the prepared documents as attached files to this present email.

    As we wish to cooperate in the delivery of your documents to the
    employer, we offer you to use a local courier service provider. Due to
    the distance, from here the courier service providers to the European
    Union are faster and cheaper. From our past experience with other
    clients of ours with analogical documents we are aware that for
    example the services of a courier service provider, working with the
    system 'MAIL&POST' (this is the cheapest) costs 15 euro, and the
    delivery deadline is 1-2 days.

    In case you have the opportunity, we strongly recommend this way of
    delivering the documents to the employer. Thus, your documents will
    not leave the European Union. We will explain: after the disaster of
    9/11, Europe has strengthened the security measures dramatically. Many
    companies introduced different security systems, including such for
    import mail (due to fear of attacks with chemical weapons).

    In some companies the measures are so severe that packages, which are
    not in the 'expected mail' category (packages from trade partners) and
    especially if the packages come from the so-called 'risk regions'
    (which, unfortunately, includes your home country), are often returned
    without even being open. No matter if they are delivered by mail or
    courier service provider, even if it is well-known.

    Unfortunately, we often witnessed such anomalies. In these cases our
    clients' documents are returned, which sometimes causes fatal slow
    down.

    In case you decide to use a courier service from the European Union
    you have to pay a fee of 15 EUR to its bank account with a bank
    transfer or with a credit card to us (we will immediately transfer the
    money to the courier company).
    1. If you find it easier to pay with a credit card you can do it by
    clicking on the following link:

    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclick&business=europe%40tthome%2eme%2euk&item_name=remail%20service%20%26%20packing&item_number=35tth&amount=15%2e00&shipping=0%2e00&no_shipping=0&no_note=1&tax=0%2e00¤cy_code=EUR&lc=IN&bn=PP%2dBuyNowBF&charset=UTF%2d8

    2. If you prefer to transfer the fee directly to the courier company,
    you have to send the amount of 15 EUR (the bank fee is on your
    account) to:
    Transport to Home Ltd.
    Bank account: [protected]
    IBAN: DE75503300000065700018
    SWIFT code: SBINDEFF
    State Bank of India
    Mainzer Landstrasse 61
    60329 Frankfurt am Main – Germany

    The courier company has clarified that this is their bank account used
    for clients, coming from your region. As soon as you transfer the
    money, which covers the courier fee, the transaction should appear on
    their internet banking website, and your parcel will be forwarded
    immediately. It is recommendable to make the transfer from a branch of
    State Bank of India if you have one in your region.

    3. Since the couriers do not work with Western Union or MoneyGram(In
    this case, please, write in the name of "Elena Borisova Uzunova",
    Plovdiv, Bulgaria in the payment receiver section. After you make the
    transfer, please, send us an email in order to notify us for the Money
    Transfer Control Number MTCN ) if you decide to pay this way, you
    could transfer the fee to us, which will enable us to pay on your
    behalf as soon as we get your money.
    Regardless of the payment options selected above, your documents will
    be dispatched to the employer on the payment day.

    We thank you once again for using our services, we are glad to be at
    your disposal about eventual assistance, which will be necessary now
    and in the future. We would like to remind you that after your arrival
    to the European Union you will have to register in the police office
    and to acquire local ID and residence card. There are a number of
    obligatory registrations in the National Insurance Institute and in
    the pension funds. We do a complete service in all these procedures,
    as our prices are at the lowest possible level in this area! In case
    you decide, we would be glad to assist you after you arrive to Europe.

    We expect your reply with your decision wheather we should go ahead
    and organize the courier service provider.

    Yours faithfully,
    Paldin Medi Co
    ***
    When using the services of Paldin Medi Co., you should have read and
    have agreed to the Terms and Conditions for book selling,
    administrative, legal, translation or other services, described on
    www.alienbooks.net
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    I am now confuse please help me and if it is really scam I want them to see behind bars!!!

    Thank you!

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    Felix Dalgado May 01, 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

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    Satish Apr 26, 2008
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    I also think it's fraud, cuz why they ask money from me? I asked people http://www.oil-offshore-marine.com/bewarejobscams.php#7 and wait their answer

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    Nikki Apr 24, 2008
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    Hi all,

    I'm supposed to be interviewed later today at 11:45am London time, that's 6:45pm Philippine time. I thought it wise to surf the net first to know if jobsineurope is a scam so I looked it up on google and voila!! Lookie here what I found! Lotsa lotsa of complaints!! Gee, I dunno anymore if I should go on with my application. Thanks neways!!

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    Jam Apr 11, 2008
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    tsk tsk.. Use your common sense people!
    If you are applying for a job especially in Europe you are expecting that you can get a job that easy?
    You know how strik that country is.
    And if you apply for a job in other countries theres no need for you to have expenses.. Duh! Hello! Open your mind people!
    There are many people who had been SCAMED! They paid almost a thousand for it just to have a job. If you don't want to be scamed then don't apply in other country If you don't have faith then don't do it! 32 euro is just a little amount to say that a person is a scammer. just for a 32 Euro How low!
    If its really a scam why do they still have the site?
    Have you read the terms and conditions of the company?
    Have you read that they have the right to refuse their applicant?
    Have you read the purpose of the company?
    tsk tsk..
    Don't blame to others if you are not accepted for a job.
    It still depends on the employer if they want to hire you or not.
    You have to thank them if they are helping others to have a job especially in Europe. Its not easy to work there...

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    jimmy Apr 05, 2008
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    Рey paeople this site 'complaintboard.com' is taking u away from the path of success by telling u wrong artificial stories about jobineurope, infact they are good people and helping us thats it.

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    sergey Apr 04, 2008
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    I have late found this site with yours коментари?ми. As I have already paid him(it) 32 евро+15евро? (for delivery the express train of mails) if they have got to me would tear naked hands Пидара?ов.

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    Superbrijesh Mar 27, 2008
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    Whatever you have paid, sir JobinEurope intermediary work is mere nothing as compared to the prices other intermediaries charge. I also paid for a lawyer in order to open a company. Whatever, I am out of the misery?!? But please tell me is it possible for a person to know in the beginning what will be the path to follow and what will be the result. I was persistent and didn’t give up. I did whatever they told me – and paid whatever I was told to pay. Of course, reasonable amounts. I trusted and I won! I see in this forum that there are other people who remained disappointed with jobineurope.net…. I feel pity and sympathy for them. But one cannot lose hope. Keep the faith!

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    Jasvinder Mar 24, 2008
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    Here are all of you lucky guys! I paid first 32 euro then 15 euro for courier then 60 euro and another 15 for courier then 55 pounds for a lawyer …. It took them eight months to get my application approved. I'm already in London through them and i'm happy.

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    javed Mar 23, 2008
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    Thanks Abon,

    For starters, Indian people just start to converse with the Indian posters(who have posted in favor of jobineurope) in your native language and see how they fare, Pinoy brothers do the same to posters who post in favor of jobineurope, talk to them in your native language. It will all become very clear.

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    Abon Mar 23, 2008
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    Javed is right, these guys are scamsters, search google about the Pinoy workforce scam or just use JobinEurope and Scam as keywords in google and you'll see what's true. You dont need to believe me or them, its your hard earned money, spend some time researching on these [email protected] before you spend money on them.

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    javed Mar 23, 2008
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    jobineurope is a SCAM, check out fraudwatchers.org for details. Search that forum or google with the keyword jobineurope scam and you will find results. Lodge a complaint with http://www.ic3.gov/ the more complaints you lodge the better it gets. I was in the UK, but had used HSMP to get there and heard from friends in Phillipenes and India about these scamsters, they will even post comments in their own favor to hide the actual truth which is that they are fakes.

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