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AddressNaman Chambers
C/32 G Block Bandra Kurla Complex
Bandra (East) Mumbai 400 051
India
Phonelocal: (022) 6650.2222
international: +91.22.6650.2222
Faxlocal: (022) 6650.2324
international: +91.22.6650.2324
Emailpostmaster.bomba@fco.gov.uk
Web sitehttp://ukinindia.fco.gov.uk
NotesBeware of emailed job offers for childcare and other similar positions in the UK. These are all frauds.

• Since November 2008, no visas are granted for household workers from outside Europe. Work visas are only granted for highly-skilled positions, most of which require university degrees.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK requires you to pay them any money. All fees would be paid by the employer.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a free email address from Yahoo, Gmail, or similar services.

• No legitimate employment agency in the UK uses a telephone number that begins with +4470 (070). These are non-geographic numbers available to anyone in the world.

• No legitimate business requests payment via Western Union.

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gopi
Tue, 6 Jan 2015 10:13 EST
job requirement
Dear Applicant .

We received your CV. and you are qualify for the job , then your details was received for screening. Your qualification has met with our recruitment.
Therefore you have been sent our company's Employment Form and Terms and Conditions for you to fill it up . Do print out the form fill the application Question and scan send it back to us ,if you are satisfied with our Terms and Conditions (Recruitment Interview)
We advice you to fill the position you are looking for in the application form , then we consider it with your document if the post is not available don't worry we are going to give you alternative available position with training before your start the work.

Documents

Scan copies of your passport, Scan copy of your passport size photograph, Scan copy of your school certificate , Scan copy of job experience if any.
Package: A base salary in the range £3,500-£8,000 Monthly ( Pounds) .
dependent on experience, plus attractive Stock Grant of post (from day one).

Accommodation:
Accommodation will be provided for all newly employed staff these apartments will be able to accommodate staff and family for the time duration working with us apartment will be changed for staff upon promotion in position, flight ticket will be consider for our applicant that have complete him /her visa processing for compensation.
You are to return this form urgently the second round of the screening follow immediately, therefore applicant who does not return is/her filled form will automatically be disqualified from our application list , you are to send your Application Question back to our mail only for urgent respond , thanks for the time you have invested in doing this.
Regards
Mr .Alex Walter
Human Resources Manager
10 Pembridge Gardens Hotel London .United Kingdom.​​



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lysander.london@fraudwatchers.org
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 14:30 EST
Job offer from QUBIC HOTEL LONDON is an obvious scam!
Send me the job offer you received and read my posts in the forum and www.scam-job-emails.tk
eby
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 08:29 EST
job offer from u k
i got an offer from QUBIC HOTEL LONDON city.
is it fake or not
contact me +91 9745386747
lysander.london@fraudwatchers.org
Sun, 4 Jan 2015 15:52 EST
GRACE PRINCESS HOSPITAL Job Offer is a scam
Real companies do not use free email addresses and offer you jobs without a personal interview.. Read www.fake-job-scams.tk
lysander.london@fraudwatchers.org
Sun, 4 Jan 2015 12:45 EST
GRACE PRINCESS HOSPITAL Job Offer is a scam
read www.fake-job-scam.tk
osbert joseph monteiro
Sat, 3 Jan 2015 05:34 EST
visa for my would be wife in april...
im osbert an eea national born in goa(portuguese passport) working in uk since 3 yrs n now i m getting married in april(civil in march) so i wish to bring her to uk to stay permanently in uk.how to apply for a visa?which visa? also i want to make an appointment for a visa to submit my documents in april..?

please help? osbertmonteiro@yahoo.co.uk
Sunita
Sat, 3 Jan 2015 03:53 EST
Offer Letter
Dear Sir:

I received a job offer from The prince Grace Hospital for customer service position , they are asking about the visa free , his name and details are here

APPOINTMENT LETTER
HRD THE GRACE PRINCESS HOSPITAL (hrd_thegraceprincesshospital@hotmail.com)
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12/28/2014
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To: anum_ali37@hotmail.com
hrd_thegraceprincesshospital@hotmail.com
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Director of visa affairs, Name: MR. Brandon Alex

Official Email: (britishdeputyhigh_commissionindia % diplomats.com [WARNING: SCAM EMAIL])

Contact Number: +918454875073

Kindly inform me that are they fake??
lysander.london@fraudwatchers.org
Thu, 1 Jan 2015 17:06 EST
Brunel hotel uk and Barnsleys Oil & Gas are fake job scams
Brunel hotel uk and Barnsleys Oil & Gas are fake job scams. Please read carefully because this applies to every emailed job offer you receive!  99% of email job offers are scams!  No real company hires you without an in person, face to face interview.  An email, online or telephone questionnaire or interview is always a scam!  No real company ever charges any money for a job  for any reason whatsoever!  Not for a visa or work permit, deposit, housing or courier charges! Read:  http://www.scam-job-emails.tk  Scammers will say the money will be reimbursed but it will not be!  Your money will be sent to a fake embassy official, travel agency or lawyer who is a really the same or a different scammer!!  No real company, government or visa agent ever uses a free or public email address (yahoo.com gmail.com hotmail.com, aol.com, etc.)  Email addresses like diplomats.com, counsellor.com,  consultant.com, lawyer.com etc. are also free email addresses. Read: http://www.scam-email-addresses.tk No real visa agent ever requests money via wire to a bank account or by Western Union or MoneyGram. Read: http://www.never-wire-money-to-strangers.tk No real company uses a telephone number that begins with +44 70, +44 871, +44 870, +44 843, 44 844, or +44 845. Those are forwarding numbers which are not in the UK.  Read: http://www.scam-telephone-numbers.tk If the company does not have a website or the website does not work, it is a scam!  Do not assume a website is legit!  Read http://www.scamwebsites.tk There are no exceptions!  Don't let a scammers convince you otherwise!  A scammer is only as smart as his victim is naive!  If something sounds too good to be true, it is a scam!  Publicity defeats scammers.  Post the scam emails you receive and warn your friends  Always "Google" all telephone numbers, email addresses and websites in any job offer to see if it has already been posted as a scam!     
Airasia
Thu, 1 Jan 2015 13:03 EST
AirAsia flight QZ8501: families receive brutal confirmation of lost plane’s fate
A woman cries after hearing news about AirAsia flight QZ8501 at Juanda airport in Surabaya, Indonesia. Photograph: Xinhua/Landov/Barcroft Media
Two and a half days after the plane carrying their loved ones vanished from radar screens over the Java Sea, the anguished relatives crowded into a room already assumed the worst. But the confirmation came in a particularly brutal way: live television coverage showed a half-naked, bloated body floating in the sea.

Many people began crying hysterically. Several fainted and had to be carried out of the room at Surabaya’s airport, the starting point for the ill-fated AirAsia Indonesia flight QZ8501 that departed early on Sunday morning. “You have to be strong,” said the mayor of Surabaya, Tri Rismaharini, as she comforted relatives. “They are not ours, they belong to God.”

But one woman, dressed in an AirAsia uniform, raged at the TV. “Is it possible for you not to show a picture of the dead?” she shouted. “Please do not show a picture of a dead body.”

A man awaiting news of his younger brother said the relatives had been calm before the broadcast of the grisly images, shot from a search helicopter, showing a body floating face down, clad only in underwear and socks. “But the atmosphere was very different after the footage of a dead body was shown,” said Munif, 50, who in common with many Indonesians uses one name. “Families became hysterical.”

Dwijanto, 60, awaiting news of his son, told the AFP news agency that the images extinguished any hope for him. “My heart will be totally crushed if it’s true. I will lose a son,” he said.

The channel involved, Indonesia’s TVOne, apologised. However, the news the relatives had all feared was fast emerging nonetheless. After two days of fruitless searching for the Airbus A320-200, shortly after midday local time search planes spotted what appeared to be an aircraft door, an emergency slide and other debris in the water.

It was six miles from where the airliner, carrying 162 passengers and crew from Indonesia’s second city to Singapore, vanished shortly after requesting an altitude change to avoid a storm. Officials said the debris appeared to be red and white, the colours of AirAsia. Bambang Soelistyo, the head of Indonesia’s national search and rescue agency, told a press conference that spotters had also seen what appeared to be a “shadow” on the relatively shallow seabed, possibly the main wreckage.

As dusk fell over the search site the airline’s parent company, Malaysia-based AirAsia released a statement saying Indonesian officials had formally confirmed that the debris came from flight QZ8501. By nightfall, search and recovery teams – which included around 30 ships and 15 aircraft from nine countries – had recovered a number of bodies, estimated at around 40, as well as more debris and some personal possessions, including a blue suitcase, unopened and undamaged.

Tony Fernandes, the flamboyant Malaysian tycoon who founded AirAsia and is also chairman of Queens Park Rangers football club, said the news left him “absolutely devastated”. He met a number of the relatives at the airport to apologise personally and offer his condolences. “The passengers were on my aircraft and I have to take responsibility for that,” Fernandes told reporters. “It’s an experience I never dreamt of happening and it’s probably an airline CEO’s worst nightmare.”

It is the airline’s first fatal incident, and on Tuesday another AirAsia plane made an emergency landing. Passengers on board a flight to Kalibo, in the Philippines, tweeted photos of the plane with its emergency chutes deployed after it apparently overshot the runway while landing in bad weather.

Indonesia’s president, Joko Widodo, who visited the airport to meet the families and talk to Fernandes, said all efforts would be devoted to recovering the remaining bodies and the wreckage as quickly as possible. In a brief statement to the press he said the waters around the crash site appeared to be around 25 metres in depth, relatively easy for scuba divers to reach.

The shallow seas – around 1% of the depths involved in the ongoing search off Australia for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared without trace in March – should make it more straightforward to locate the plane’s black box flight recorders and thus, possibly, to discover why it crashed. Nonetheless, weather conditions were challenging, with navy officials saying waves were three metres high.

Fernandes said the pilot, named in reports as Captain Iriyanto, was “extremely experienced”, with 20,000 hours of flying time. Fernandes appeared to blame the weather, saying: “There were some very unique weather conditions and let’s wait for the investigation to be concluded.”

An Indonesian investigator, speaking to Reuters anonymously, said the inquiry was focusing on when the crew decided to ascend to avoid the bad weather. “We know that the weather was very bad in this area, there was a storm,” the official said. “Why did he [the pilot] request to climb at that stage? Should he have climbed earlier? Other aircraft were flying at a higher altitude in that area. How did the two pilots react to the weather? We are asking those questions.”

In the meantime, the relatives of those on board, among them 18 children and infants, must wait to learn what happened, and hope their bodies can be recovered. Fernandes said the devastating news at least meant relatives were no longer holding out hope in vain.

Some at Surabaya’s airport agreed. Agus Panjaya, a 36-year-old businessman, had been awaiting news of his grandmother, and his aunt and uncle, as well as their three children. “Of course we feel sad about our loved ones but we had prepared ourselves for the worst,” he told AFP. “Before this everything was unclear. At least there is now some form of closure.”
Rikesh Koli
Thu, 1 Jan 2015 04:00 EST
Brunel hotel is fake .. They are scammers .. They ask money all the time.. No visa will be given .

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