From: Mrs Vivian Mrs Vivian email@example.com
Date: 27 January 2014 09:59
Subject: JOB ID: AU/CCL/AMPM/359/14-00
Signed by: wp.pl
Carnival Cruise Line Australia15 Mount Street North SydneyNSW 2060, AustraliaTel (2) 8424 88000JOB ID: AU/CCL/AMPM/359/14-00
What is your idea of a great career? Is it a job that allows you to travel to beautiful destinations on a spectacular floating resort, being part of a multi-cultural team with co-workers from more than 120 different nationalities? Or is it a job that allows you to earn great money while you learn, grow and fulfill your dreams and career ambitions?It’s Carnival Cruise Line policy not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, DISABILITY, MARITAL OR VETERAN STATUS.PLEASE NOTE THESE FOLLOWING:
Employment Type: Full-Time/Part-Time
USD $45,000/ USD $125,000 per annual
Preferred Language of Resume/Application: English
Type of work: Permanent / Temporary
Status: All Vacancies
Job Location: Austral
iaContract Period: 6 Months, 1 Year, 2 Years and 3 Years
Visa Type: Three Years working permit
The management will secure a visa/working permit for any qualified applicant. VISA FEE, ACCOMMODATION & FLIGHT TICKET will be paid by the companyWe have more than 320 different positions available, interested applicants should forward their RESUME/CV or application letter to Mrs Vivian Oshea via email on (carnivalcareer@globomail.
com) so we can forward the list of positions available and our employment application formEmail: carnivalcareer@ globomail.comNote: Applicants from AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIAN, CARIBBEAN and AFRICA can apply for these vacancies.RegardsManagementCarnival Cruise Line Australia
Despite the appearance of Carnival's actual web sites in the email, the reply address is NOT a genuine Carnival address and is instead a free email account. The email actually originates from 22.214.171.124 in Poland.
The basic idea behind this scam is to offer a job and then charge the applicant for some sort of processing fees or police check or come up with some other reason why the applicant needs to pay money. Once the money has been taken (and perhaps even the victim's passport or other personal documents stolen) then the job offer will evaporate.