Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Canadian Employment Services Representative Office | The Resort Hotel Canada Scam



If you are applying for a work permit to legally work in Canada, there is no need to get Certified Employment Clearance from Canadian Employment Services Representative Office.

So if you received a job offer but the employer advised you to contact Canadian Employment Services Representative Office, consider it a red flag. It's a SCAM!

Here's an example from an employer who introduced himself as General Manager of The Resort Hotel Canada:

Good Morning,

This is Reference to your documents submission. To further your employment and work permit visa that will enable you live and work in Canada.

You are advise you to contact Canadian Employment Services Representative Office in Europe(For Non Canadian Citizen Office) as per working permit visa requirement for Non Canadian citizen.

You have been referred to contact Canadian Employment Services Representative Office for non Canadian residence on the address Below,

Canadian Employment Services Representaive
Mr.Francis Alias
Alcalá 74 28014 Madrid Spain.
Direct Line:+ 34632132470
Email: cmr@representative.com

Without securing Certified Employment Clearance from Canadian Employment Services for non Canadian residence.We cannot submit your documents to Canadian Immigration for your working permit visa process.Certified Employment Clearance cost 39 Euro.

Contact Mr.Alias immediately for Certified Employment Clearance.This document must be obtain from Canadian Employment Services within 72 hours.

With the submission of your Certified Employment Clearance obtain from Canadian Employment Services will enable us issue you Contract Employment and Appointment Letter.

This will also enable Resort Hotel Canada Management submit your documents to Canadian Immigration for your Work Permit Visa process.you have 72 hours to get the document from Canadian Employment Services for non Canadian Residence.

Mr.Ferrari Jeffrey
General Manager
The Resort Hotel Canada

To legally work in Canada as a Temporary Foreign Worker, a Labor Market Opinion (LMO) is normally required. It's the employer who needs to get it for you from Human Resource and Skills Development Council (HRSDC).

Once you have the LMO and Employment Contract, you will then have to submit an application for a Temporary Resident Visa to Canadian Visa Office responsible for your country of citizenship or residence. There's no need to get clearance from Canadian Employment Services Representative Office, which does not exist.