Emirates warns jobseekers about fake jobs

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Emirates warns jobseekers about fake jobs

The company shared tips on how to identify a fake job from a real offer.

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Published: Mon 14 May 2018, 10:07 AM

Last updated: Tue 15 May 2018, 10:33 AM

Have you recently received a job offer from Emirates Group offering your a job in exchange for money? Chances are you being duped into a fake job scam.
Emirates Group on their official website shared a notification warning job seekers to beware of organizations unrelated to the Emirates Group sending emails of contacting individuals offering fraudulent employment opportunities in the Emirates group. The company informed that job seekers should never provide their bank account details or credit card details to these fraudsters. Giving hints on how to know a fake offer from the real one, the company said that during the recruitment process, an Emirates Group employee or representative will always be present at the interview before the job offer is made. No money transfers or payment of any kind will be asked to be made by the job applicants, including no advance for travel expenses or travel visa/work permits.  The best way to recognise a fraudulent email is by checking the mail id of the sender. Official emails from the Emirates group will always end with @emirates.com. Anything other than that should be treated as fraud and immediately notified to the recruitment help desk.

Read the notification on their official website


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