After checking we have discovered that a new member Rose of Omni Hotels in Canada is an Email Scam to solicit all your personal details from you and try and get money out of you. They have now been banned from BANABAN VOICE.... please read more information we have discovered on the web regarding this particular scam. Stacey
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I am Rose from Canada, the manager of Omni canadian hotel, pls i want to inform you about the vaacancies in our hotel, The management needs men and women, married and not married, who will work and live in canada .The hotel will pay for his flight ticket and assist him to process his visa in his country, if you are interested
contact us via E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
And the Hotel informations will be sent to you immediately.
From the Hotel manage
E-mail : email@example.com Delete Comment
HERE ARE THE DETAILS ON HOW THIS SCAM WORKS...
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HOW IT WORKS: Scams come in all shapes and sizes, but a new one may be the first aimed at would-be hotel workers. The scam comes by e-mail and is purportedly from the Omni Hotel Canada. The e-mail says the hotel -- no city given -- needs workers and will pay the "air ticket and visa fee" for prospective employees. The e-mail also has a picture of the "hotel director," an attractive woman who appears to be in her 20s.
Omni Hotels operate a hotel in Montreal, but officials with Omni said the e-mail was not sent by their company. Fraud experts believe such e-mails are meant to lure job seekers into parting with money or personal information to get the job. The hotel is no more real than the Hotel California, and identity theft is not such a lovely place.
WHAT'S AT STAKE: Money, financial information or personal information, depending on where the scam goes if you reply to the e-mail
HOW TO BEAT IT: Hotels, like most businesses, aren't in the habit of soliciting help through random e-mail messages. Don't reply to the e-mail; delete it. If you want to work at a hotel, check the chain's Web site for job opportunities.
Bee staff writer Ben van der Meer can be reached at 578-2331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.