Info on the number +971582237904
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Country Code: 971
Country Name: United Arab Emirates
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23rd July 2018 - Employment Scam
On 23rd July 2018, telephone number +971582237904 was reported as being used by scammers to pretend to be Dr. Naseem Adel Rahim working as Recruitment Manager for Al Ain Hospital using email address firstname.lastname@example.org as part of an Employment Scam.
Here is the email that the scammer sent to his victims.
RE:JOB REFERENCE NO: AHUAE/016913/127/018 APPOINTMENT LETTER
After successive evaluation of your Job Application, we resolved that your experience and qualifications would be a good fit to our work force. We therefore inform you To accept this Letter as confirmation of your employment with AL AIN HOSPITAL ABU DHABI- UNITED ARAB EMIRATES. Hence; there would be NO Additional Interview required.
Find attached herewith; relevant document containing of your Employment Contract offer Package for your perusal and approval.
Upon acceptance of the attached Contract Document, sign on the last page and send back to us a scanned copy of the Acceptance (Last) Page.
On acceptance; You are obliged to follow the procedures as advised on your Employment Documents attached on this email by contacting the ICONIC TRAVEL SERVICES UAE for the procurement and acquisition of your necessary UAE Work/Residence permits papers documents.
However, you have to contact BARRY MADESH AIDEN of ICONIC TRAVEL SERVICES for the processing of your UAE Residence/Work Permits documents which will enable you to legally live and work in UAE, Also send the signed Copy of the Acceptance Last page to the Travel Agency, through their contact details below:
ICONIC TRAVEL SERVICES
Ground Floor, Al Sayed Building,
Al Najda Street, Abu Dhabi
Landmark: Behind Yateem Opticals
P.O. Box: 73861
Abu Dhabi- United Arab Emirates
Tel: + 971 5 899 57580
CONTACT PERSON: BARRY MADESH AIDEN
Please note, any expense you make for the processing of your UAE Work/Residence Permits documents will be refunded by AL AIN HOSPITAL ABU DHABI, after you submit the expense receipt to us via Email, and please be informed that once the process is completed, all Hard Copies will be delivered to your Postal Address via Courier Service.
Meanwhile, there will be a Mandatory Orientation/Training Exercise for all Newly Employed Staff which will take place within the Premises of AL AIN HOSPITAL ABU DHABI and this Program will start 7 days on arrival for work sign-on.
Take the time to carefully review our offer; Should you require more information, please feel free to contact us immediately.
Congratulations! On your appointment.
DR. Naseem Adel Rahim,
AL AIN HOSPITAL
Al Jimi District, Shakhboot Ibn
Sultan Street, Al Ain
P. O. Box No. 1006
Abu Dhabi- United Arab Emirates.
Tel:+971 582 237904
Further details of this report can be found on our forum
22nd July 2018 - Fake Website Scam
25th February 2018 - Employment Scam
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