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DUBAI – Have you been offered a job at Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) but asked to pay a recruitment fee?
If so, then you are being scammed, said Enoc in its recent advisory.
“It has come to our notice that unauthorized individuals or organizations are falsely using the Enoc/Eppco names in an attempt to fraudulently recruit on behalf of Enoc and entities within Enoc Group of Companies,” Enoc said in a statement posted on its website.
Enoc said the latest scam targets jobseekers, with fraudsters posing as job recruiters and asking candidates for recruitment fees.
“Enoc never asks for money transfers or payments of any kind from candidates at any point during the recruitment process,” Enoc said.
“All individuals who are successful in gaining an offer of employment from Enoc, whether directly or indirectly, are always required to go through a formal recruitment process,” it added.
Enoc said that shortlisted candidates meet in person with an Enoc employee or representative before any formal job offer is made and sent though an Enoc email address with the domain @enoc.com.
The company urged residents, particularly those who received fake recruitment letters, to report the incident to the police.
If you receive any communication contrary to the foregoing, please treat it as fraudulent, and consider reporting the incident to your local law enforcement. For more information on reporting Fake letters, please visit the link on our bio.
ENOC Legal Department pic.twitter.com/v58uemsGAl
— ENOC (@ENOC) December 24, 2017
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