We are receiving messages from people claiming that are being scammed by a guy called “Allen Jake Wood” using email@example.com as an email address and claiming on Facebook he works as an agent with Eurojobs.
EUROJOBS.COM DOES NOT EMPLOY AGENTS!!! We only ever use our domain name in email addresses, so anything that is NOT ….@eurojobs.com has nothing to do with us.
Eurojobs.com does not act as an recruitment agent, headhunter or employment agent. We are only a job board and only exist on-line.
As we have said so many times before in this blog, NEVER EVER pay middlemen a fee in order to get a job. It doesn’t work like that in Europe. If a company is interested in hiring someone, you will be invited for an interview at the company’s offices and they will generally pay you for expenses incurred.
If you are from outside the European Union, the chances that you will get a job is almost zero. Unless you are a specialist who’s skills can not be found in the EU, companies are not allowed to hire someone from outside the EU. They have to find someone who has the (birth) right to work in the EU.
Below you will find a screengrab of this guy, but the likelyhood is that this a fake photo as well. Nigerian gangs are often behind this. Always check if you can find enough legitimate information elsewhere on the internet to corroborate his claims. In this case it probably is all fake.
If you have been contacted by him and he is asking you for money to join his “program”, please report him to Facebook. You can do this by clicking on the … to the right of the Message icon in his profile picture.
Inpetroleum.com is a ripp-off from https://www.cnrl.com, with the clear aim to lure unsupecting job seekers into paying for non-existing services.
They generally make you believe you have been invited for a job, a job interview or similar, BUT…… there is a small fee required in order to get the paper process rolling. They basically will ask you for some money. However, once you have paid you will never hear from them again and you will have lost your money.
Complain with the registrar about this scam if you have been duped into paying money and have lost it. Details of the scam registration are below:
Domain Name: INPETROLEUM.COM
Registry Domain ID: 2041255488_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.liquidnetlimited.co.uk
Registrar URL: http://liquidnetlimited.co.uk
Updated Date: 2016-07-31T10:40:57Z
Creation Date: 2016-07-09T10:52:38Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-07-09T10:52:38Z
Registrar: LIQUIDNET Ltd.
Registrar IANA ID: 1472
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +44.2036951294
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Kwaku James
Registrant Street: P.O. BOX 0823-03411
Registrant City: PANAMA
Registrant State/Province: PANAMA
Registrant Postal Code: 00000
Registrant Country: GH
Registrant Phone: +507.8365503
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +51.17057182
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: email@example.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Kwaku James
Admin Street: P.O. BOX 0823-03411
Admin City: PANAMA
Admin State/Province: PANAMA
Admin Postal Code: 00000
Admin Country: GH
Admin Phone: +507.8365503
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +51.17057182
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Kwaku James
Tech Street: P.O. BOX 0823-03411
Tech City: PANAMA
Tech State/Province: PANAMA
Tech Postal Code: 00000
Tech Country: GH
Tech Phone: +507.8365503
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +51.17057182
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: email@example.com
Name Server: dns1.ogdwebhost.com
Name Server: dns2.ogdwebhost.com
DNSSEC: not signed
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-11-09T22:02:01Z <<<
It looks like there is a spammer again abusing one of our email addresses as a return address in spam messages. They’re offering fake jobs using grammatically challenged English.
The messages look like this: Continue reading
People complain a lot about the huge number of spam messages they receive. Sites are being accused of facilitating spammers, having poor security, etc. This might often be the case, but what the ‘receiver’ often forgets is that their online activity more often is the real cause of the deluge.
Spammers grab the email address to spam from somewhere and then try to ‘trick’ the system and the receiver into Continue reading
All these fake hotel jobs are becoming a bit of a nuisance. We keep booting them off the site, so you won’t even know they were there in the first place, but when you look around the net you’ll find many big name sites still hosting them totally unaware what a scam they are. (Haven’t they got filters, checks, etc in place?)
I just did a search for Prime Spring Hotel and sites still host these ‘vacancies’. This scam site has been taken down a while ago now, but the jobs are Continue reading
These scammers get more audacious by the day!
We highlighted the scam with PSI Incorporation (Papmac Securities and Investments) allegedly based in Wichita, Texas, USA a few days ago. Someone called Spiff White then rang (certainly not from a US phone number) to complain that we were harming their business. Yeah right. Stopping people from being scammed more like and hurting their scam income stream…..
He even demanded that we remove the blog post. No evidence given as to who they really are. And we just have to believe them…..
We then received the Continue reading
Just removed another scam. Again Nigerian!
PSI Incorporation claims to be a securities company, located at 4245, Kemp Blvd., Wichita Falls, Wichita Falls, TX 76308, USA.
A quick search on the net reveals that there is no mention anywhere of this company. A check on Whois.com reveals that the site was registered only a short while ago, somewhat strange for a company of that size. If the company had been trading Continue reading
These hotel job scams keep on coming. This time the website of the Courthouse Hotel in Central London has been copied and abused for a job scam. The site has been renamed as the “PrimeSpring Hotel”. All pages, with the exception of the Careers section are the same. The purpose of these scams are to make people pay for fake visas, work permits and other ‘costs’. Once these fees have been paid, the ‘recruiter’ disappears.
So, don’t apply for these fake jobs, unless you want to lose money.
How can you protect yourself against these fake jobs?
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An advertised, low paid, entry-level job at the telecommunications authority CyTA received 3,000 more applicants than it did when it was last advertised two years ago. About 4,400 people applied for one of the about 100 vacancies in customer service and sales. These jobs are paying €8 an hour with very few benefits according to CyTA. Not a particularly good job, but you have little choice when there are not too many jobs to get on the career ladder. Continue reading
Please be aware that this email below does NOT come from Eurojobs.com. We do not send out email and we do NOT need to update our mail server.
Our logo has been stolen and is being used for yet another scam. We are investigating this and will take legal action to stop this. If you have received this email we would appreciate it if you could forward this email to us.
Do NOT click on the update link/button as this leads to a fake login page with the aim to obtain your login details. If you think your account details have been compromised use the reset password link on our site to create a new password.