The website, fordubaijobs.com, which claims to be the largest employment service in the United Arab Emirates, appears to be untrustworthy. This is because there is no way of contacting someone at the employment service. I was not able to find an email address, physical business address, or even a telephone number on their website.
Even if fordubaijobs.com is legit employment service, job seekers should protect themselves again against fraudsters who promote fake jobs online in order to cheat people. The bogus employers allegedly promise jobseekers employment at reputed companies/hospitals/airlines in the country and take money for the visa or processing their application or in the form of a bond/guarantee either directly or through travel agents or exchange. BEWARE, it is FAKE. Do not fall for the trap.
- The fraudsters allegedly post jobs online with too good to be true salaries and unbelievable benefits.
- Then without interview provide an offer letter which includes the names and logos of the employer with or without fake UAE Embassy stamp.
- The fake job offer will provide a mobile number (starting from 009715 5 or 009715 0) and not a landline (009714 ) and a fake UAE Embassy stamp which is not done in the UAE. Every company must have a landline starting from 009714.
- Then you will receive an offer letter asking you to pay the visa processing fee - This is not a process followed here. The employer and a travel agency cannot be connected. Travel companies cannot arrange an employment visa. Only the employer can. Travel company arranges tickets and visit visa only. The travel agency or exchange is for cheating employees with too good to be true offers.
Their target is you, especially if you are from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma...etc.
Please do not trust online job advertisements or emails if there is no face to face interview or if they ask you for any fee whatsoever either to the fake employer or the travel company or the exchange.