Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#229868 by mysteryquest Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:03 pm
This is a scammer impersonating Halliburton with a scam email domain [email protected]

From: Halliburton Middle East [email protected]
Date: November 17, 2014 at 4:37:44 AM PST
To: Employment [email protected]
Subject: Job Opportunity
Oilfield Services | Halliburton Solving challenges."

Halliburton Oilfield Services Limited - DUBAI
14th Floor, CitiBank Tower
Al-Qutayat Street
Dubai, UAE
United Arab Emirate
Tel: +971 55 508 5297
DirectLine:+971 50 341 6851
website: http://www.halliburton.com
eMail: [email protected]

17th November 2014

Employment Ref:PRD/EMP/AE14

Dear: Sir,

We wish to use this medium to inform you that you are needed as an expatriate in the
on-going oil/gas exploration Project in UAE- United Arab Emirate.

Your profile and qualifications were found via http://www.naukrigulf.com.

We have immediate vacancies in various fields of Oil and Gas; Engineering, HSE,
Medical Manager,QA & QC, Procurement, Cost Estimator, Construction,Test Technician,
Instrumentation and Control,Geologist, Pipeline Welders, Electrical Technicians,
Project Management Chief Engineer, oil rig cook and Commissioning Positions,
Field Engineer - Directional Drilling,Finance & Accounting,Finance Manager,

We are offering you the opportunity to work under 2 years renewable contract at our Dubai Oilfield Service Projects facility. On notification of interest, & for re-confirmation purposes you're required to submit your most recent CV/resume and certificates to back up your qualifications stated on your CV to [email protected]

After assessment and proper scrutiny, you shall be contacted if we find your qualifications suitable for immediate employment.

We shall conduct a telephone interview to necessitate the issuance of our employment
contract agreement.

Your response is needed urgently.

Faithfully Yours

Mr. Mark Davidson
(HR & logistic Director)
Halliburton - UAE Project Facilities
Halliburton Oilfield Services Limited Dubai Office Address :
14th Floor, CitiBank Tower Al-Qutayat Street Dubai, UAE
United Arab Emirate
24 Hour Customer Care Phone No: +971 50 341 6851
Office Phone No : +971 55 508 5297
Fax No : + 971 55 987 7867
E-mail : [email protected]
Address and contact details for Halliburton in UAE for Oilfield Services,Onshore and Offshore Drilling Projects – Employee training – implementation services in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah.

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