Scammers Impersonating Cameron Immigration Service / / Fake Job Scam Fraud

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Scammers Impersonating Cameron Immigration Service / / Fake Job Scam Fraud


Unread post by Caped Crusader » Thu Aug 18, 2022 9:17 am

This is an email from a scammer impersonating an embassy official or immigration lawyer or agent. Fake job scammers send you emails like this to convince you that you are going to get a real visa or work permit and that the job offer is real. No real embassy official would ever email or telephone you. The only way you get a visa is to show up in person and pay a cashier. The exact opposite of what these fake job scammers tell you!

So this a fake job scam! There is no job! Do not send documents or money! If you are not interviewed face to face, in person, the job offer is Always a scam! If you are asked to pay fees for a visa or work permit or anything else, the job offer is a scam! No real company or embassy ever uses a free email address! Read Why Most Emails Offering Jobs Are Scams! to learn how to tell when a job offer is fake and Never Wire Money to Strangers! or click on the images below:

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Below is the payment information for your Refundable Medical Caution Fee (RMCF) The fee should be paid as soon as possible to avoid delay in the processing of the documents.

ATTENTION: The consulate of the Cameroon Immigration Service Irrevocably and unconditionally guaranteed that the sum of $790 for the Refundable Medical Caution Fee will be refunded or given back to ______ , in accordance with the refundable payment for the refundable Medical fee. Thus, a total of $790 will be given back upon your arrival in Cameroon. The above-mentioned amount of $790 will be given back to _______ in cash by the Cameroon Immigration Service.

NB: If this amount is not refunded to the owner (________), the Cameroon Immigration Service will be held responsible by the court of law and justice and the said amount will be paid back to the owner with heavy penalties.

NOTE: Due to the slow banking system in Cameroon, All payments from abroad are made via Western Union addressed to The Cameroon Immigration Service Representative's Secretary desk ii via the data below for fast confirmation of payment.

Cashier/ Receiver:

Names: .................. Ibrahim
Surname: .............. Amed
Country: ................ Cameroon
City: ..................... Yaoundé
Postal/zip: ............ 00237
Amount to be paid .... $790 (509,096.44 Central African Francs)
Address: ................ The Cameroon Immigration Service Yaounde, Cameroon, Les Colonnades” Building New Bastos, 607 Road 1792,

Yours sincerely,
Conrad Zaragoza.

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