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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Dmega: 5:04pm On May 15
I also got the invite but as a field research agent... kindly reach me on this line so that we can discuss..08184047292


uote author=NinaJoy post=78349984]HI good morning, pls can anyone help me with any information about this and if they are real,thanks.
Hello Nnenna


Congratulations, you have been successful in the first stage of your application for a Call Center Agent position at Towntalk Limited. You have been successful in this stage because of the relevant experience and skills demonstrated in your CV. Initial employment duration will be for 8 weeks after which your performance will be evaluated for continuation.


The next stage is an interview with our Operations Manager and Management Team. Interviews will hold at:


Venue:  2nd Floor, Plot 5 Chief Yesuf Abiodun Street ,Oniru Road, Victoria Island Lagos

Time: Between 11am and 5pm on Wednesday 15 May 2019.


Please select a convenient time for your interview using the link below:

https://doodle.com/poll/z4qekgcnp34imeek



Good luck!


Disun Vera-Cruz

Chief Operating Officer, Towntalk Limited 


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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by icagbons: 10:45pm On May 15
Please guys who know if this message is genuine? Tho I applied for a job I saw on a job fair by sending my CV to the post office box but the job advertisement didn't show the name of the company. After getting a text message to come for an interview I called the number and I was told that when I get to the venue I will find out the name of the company. Please guys help with any information you have on this. Thanks

Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Okfiscal(m): 9:53am On May 16
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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ennyj01(m): 3:35pm On May 16
IBOGIRL1:
Please I got an interview invite slated for today from Drok Energy LTD located at 28, Raymond Njoku Street, off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi Lagos.

how real is this'd company because I searched online and barely got any information about them here although I found their website which has some information.

Hello Sir,


Based on your CV stored on our database through jobberman, you have been invited for an interview for the position of Business Development/Operations Engineer at Drok Energy Nigeria Limited (28, Raymond Njoku Street, off Awolowo road, Ikoyi, Lagos.)

Your interview date would be on;
Monday 20/05/2019 by 10:00 AM

Kindly come along with two (2) copies of your CV.

Please, confirm your availability via response to this email.

Regards,



Please i got a call if i will be available for interview at ikoyi on monday, i replied yes and then got the above mail later.
Please i will be glad if someone can help with useful tips about the interview and what to expect.
Please someone should reply please, thanks and God bless



Please can you help with any info please??
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Megajoy514: 8:25pm On May 16
Harphoo:
Dear Oluwasola Afolabi, based on your application with Mornach international online, you have been shortlisted for a job briefing/test on Wed. 15th/05/2019 by 8am at Emiloju House, beside 7up bus stop, Monatan, iwo road, ibadan. Go along with your CV.‎



how real is this house?

Hello, did you attend the interview?
I also got an invitation too, but mine is coming up on 17/05/2019.
Please give me some details.
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Megajoy514: 8:26am On May 17
Dear xxxxx xxxxx, based on your application with Mornach Consultant, you have been shortlisted for a job briefing/test on Friday. 17th/05/2019 by 8am at Emiloju House, beside 7up bus stop, Monatan, iwo road, ibadan. Go along with your CV.


That was the message I got after checking online for the name Mornach, I could only find one mention here on nairaland (the person was also making an inquire about the company).

So, I decided to check it out. On getting there I was interviewed and was told that the name of the company is Omoh Apex Solutions Limited. They are into health care consultancy/management bla bla bla.
At the end of the day, it turned out to be drug marketing (GNLD kind of...).

Immediately after the first interview I searched for the name of the company here, and boom!!! the secret was revealed. The same Omoh Apex Solution Limited disguised to be Mornach Consultants or Mornach International to lure unsuspecting job seekers into their den.

I'm typing this right inside their "office"... LOL

I deserve to rest a bit after traveling down here (almost 2 hours journey and wasted transport fare).

I will jappa right away.
Thanks for reading.

Omoh Apex = Mornach consultant or whatever.

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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by almuttaqun(m): 10:19am On May 17
Pls has anyone heard about AIMglobal(alliance in motion)global,ar the genuien
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ade279(f): 8:36pm On May 17
THE TRUTH ABOUT syncrev careers aka pillars consults aka finpillinc.com.ng, or simply put, any training scheduled to hold in 2, Chemline house, Ikeja .... I got the same mail as you guys inviting me for a training, i came on nairaland but couldn't find substantial info to ascertain their genuity, so i decided to go. Guys, those people are very organized, like a proper interview setting, the interviews, the trainings, the environment, etc. honestly, you would not suspect a thing! i remember praying so hard that they call me back for the day2 training, lol, i was called, some weren't (lucky for them).
On our day 2 training, after spending hours listening to boring lectures, around 9pm, the so called Deputy MD came and congratulated us that we have been accepted to resume the job, she implored us to get training materials (for the job, since we would be reading a lot of books to go assignments and blah blah), for N4,800, which most of us did. the people that didn't pay were rejected. fast forward to that weekend when i received a text and a cal from them to come with my documents to process my offer letter... PAUSE: offer letter wey they never discuss salalry or job description gangan... i sha packed my docs and submitted.. that monday, the MD came and told us that entry-level for the job is N120,000, but we wey siddon never reach entry level, so we gats work hard to be able to earn that amount... hmmm, FINALLY FINALLY, the Deputy MD now came and started talking about being an employeepreneure, she said the company partners with various businesses paryicularly Neo-Life... in mi mind, HA! GNLD!!!!!!!!!! issokay, i remained calm... even if the job was genuine, shebi you would allow us collect offer letter first, and start working in your company for few months b4 you introduce us to your partners??... okay, she now said that we should pay 40k to register as a partner, hehehehehe.. she even added that the people that paid right there and then would be opportune to work directly with her in her office, come and see the way some stupid people jumped up and paid!... she later asked the rest of us that didn't jump up to go and visit the so called Head of operations to make financial commitment, issokay. when i got there i told him that shingbai i no get, i told him that since the company has employed me already, at the end of the month they should remove the 40k to reg me with GNLD and give me my change... guy stared at me for about 2 seconds before finally saying "oooookaaay"... that was the last time i stepped into the compound, and they no born them well make them call me back....those people that paid don't realize that syncrev has no job to offer, the koko is the GNLD business.

my advice: you can either stay at home and apply to proper jobs or hatch your business plans, or go work for syncrev and spend the next few months or years in servitude. bless!

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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ennyj01(m): 9:06pm On May 17
please anybody that have an information about Drok energy limited should help me with what to prepare please. I have an interview with them on Monday for business development / operation engineer.
Anybody that have visited the company should help with any useful tip. You can PM me if you don't want to comment.... Please I am begging

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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by scave(m): 10:30pm On May 17
does anyone know about Transsnet Financial?

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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ujunwa64: 12:07am On May 18
pls does anyone know about Royal Oaks Events Ltd and what is the work of a marketing officer in such place, I got an invite for interview from them , pls kindly response thanks.
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Stephenydaniel(f): 2:50pm On May 18
Dear Sir/Ma,

Sequel to your application for a POSITION, we are pleased to invite you for a chat as follows:

Date: Tuesday 21st of May, 2019 or Wednesday, 22nd of May, 2019. (Please choose a day)

Time: 9:00 a.m or 1:00pm (you can come either between 9:00am to 11am or 1:00pm to 3pm)

Venue: BeeBeeJump Int'l Limited, Novel House, Plot 3, Block J, Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa CBD, Ikeja, Lagos.

You are to come with a copy of the following:

1. CV

2. Valid Means of Identification

3. Android Phone

4. Credentials

Kindly confirm your availability by acknowledging this mail and stating your preferred date and time.

Best Regards

Marian Oyanoghafo

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Pls I just got this msg .how real is it... They are even asking for an android phone I don't get... Although I applied but dis criteria
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Stephenydaniel(f): 3:03pm On May 18
Dear Sir/Ma,

Sequel to your application for a POSITION, we are pleased to invite you for a chat as follows:

Date: Tuesday 21st of May, 2019 or Wednesday, 22nd of May, 2019. (Please choose a day)

Time: 9:00 a.m or 1:00pm (you can come either between 9:00am to 11am or 1:00pm to 3pm)

Venue: BeeBeeJump Int'l Limited, Novel House, Plot 3, Block J, Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa CBD, Ikeja, Lagos.

You are to come with a copy of the following:

1. CV

2. Valid Means of Identification

3. Android Phone

4. Credentials

Kindly confirm your availability by acknowledging this mail and stating your preferred date and time.

Best Regards

Marian Oyanoghafo

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Please who knows anything about thus kinda job invite DT request for an android phone
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Stephenydaniel(f): 3:04pm On May 18
Dear Sir/Ma,

Sequel to your application for a POSITION, we are pleased to invite you for a chat as follows:

Date: Tuesday 21st of May, 2019 or Wednesday, 22nd of May, 2019. (Please choose a day)

Time: 9:00 a.m or 1:00pm (you can come either between 9:00am to 11am or 1:00pm to 3pm)

Venue: BeeBeeJump Int'l Limited, Novel House, Plot 3, Block J, Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa CBD, Ikeja, Lagos.

You are to come with a copy of the following:

1. CV

2. Valid Means of Identification

3. Android Phone

4. Credentials

Kindly confirm your availability by acknowledging this mail and stating your preferred date and time.

Best Regards

Marian Oyanoghafo

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Pls how real is this .I just got this msg
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Stephenydaniel(f): 3:09pm On May 18
Dear Sir/Ma,

Sequel to your application for a POSITION, we are pleased to invite you for a chat as follows:

Date: Tuesday 21st of May, 2019 or Wednesday, 22nd of May, 2019. (Please choose a day)

Time: 9:00 a.m or 1:00pm (you can come either between 9:00am to 11am or 1:00pm to 3pm)

Venue: BeeBeeJump Int'l Limited, Novel House, Plot 3, Block J, Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa CBD, Ikeja, Lagos.

You are to come with a copy of the following:

1. CV

2. Valid Means of Identification

3. Android Phone

4. Credentials

Kindly confirm your availability by acknowledging this mail and stating your preferred date and time.

Best Regards

Marian Oyanoghafo

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Please help me is this real? Just got d msg
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Stephenydaniel(f): 3:10pm On May 18
Dear Sir/Ma,

Sequel to your application for a POSITION, we are pleased to invite you for a chat as follows:

Date: Tuesday 21st of May, 2019 or Wednesday, 22nd of May, 2019. (Please choose a day)

Time: 9:00 a.m or 1:00pm (you can come either between 9:00am to 11am or 1:00pm to 3pm)

Venue: BeeBeeJump Int'l Limited, Novel House, Plot 3, Block J, Otunba Jobi Fele Way, Alausa CBD, Ikeja, Lagos.

You are to come with a copy of the following:

1. CV

2. Valid Means of Identification

3. Android Phone

4. Credentials

Kindly confirm your availability by acknowledging this mail and stating your preferred date and time.

Best Regards

Marian Oyanoghafo

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Place how real is this pple asking for an android phone ,just got d msg
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by decentjannie(f): 9:47pm On May 18
Sequel to our recent survey via our online advertorial page, HR portals and referrals, we are pleased with your background considering your Leadership, business and Human resourceful skills

In view of this you have been Shortlisted by the HR TEAM to attend a LEADERSHIP/BUSINESS ASSESSMENT and WORKSHOP for an INTERVIEW to be a Team/ Unit leader and Business partner.

OVERVIEW OF CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE


CFLEAD is the culmination of years of experience in the corporate and small business worlds, with a passion for raising businessmen and women, and we aim to achieve this through human capacity building and leveraging.


Our priority:- To assist individuals in having a befitting lifestyle, acquire their desire and live a healthy life, using capacity building and leverage as a critical tool.

What we do:- We specialize majorly into human resource development, leveraging and consultation services through information dissemination.

Office Address: 1st Floor Xpress House, Via, Ostra hotel, off Jobi fele way Central Business District (CBD) Alausa Ikeja, Lagos.

Date: Monday 20th May, 2019
Time: 9:00am.

NOTE:- You are required to tender this invitation either as a printed copy or soft copy, and a passport photograph at the point of entrance for security purpose.

It’s imperative to confirm your availability, do so by replying to this e-mail.

We look forward to you knowing you more and working with you.


BEST REGARDS,
HR TEAM LEAD
DYN 554

For further inquiries and directions, call the secretary on 07051369207 or please log on to www.cflead.org

Pls house how genuine is this...
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by emmanuelsea(m): 7:34am On May 19
Multi level marketing (GNLD people). You'll be asked to partner with them with 40k after a highly motivational speech, etc.
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Rukky2010: 7:05am On May 20
Thanks...
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by MzOcean(f): 3:28pm On May 20
Hello everyone, i got this invite and I want to know its authenticity. thanks..





Dear Applicant,


Your online application for the advertised job position has been received by us. We believe you would be able to defend your C.V. and if need be choose from other available options with the company.


You are hereby invited for a Recruitment session.


Your assessment will determine if you are fit for a JOB OFFER.


Date : TUESDAY ,21st May 2019.


Time: 8:30am 


Venue: 7, Obasa road Chemline building, behind Forte Oil filling station, Oba-Akran, Ikeja.


Kindly respond to this email and confirm your availability. Come with a copy of this invite to gain access and your updated CV with a valid means of Identification.


Best Regards,

HR JOY

www.brymedot.com
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ujunwa64: 4:40pm On May 20
MzOcean:
Hello everyone, i got this invite and I want to know its authenticity. thanks..





Dear Applicant,


Your online application for the advertised job position has been received by us. We believe you would be able to defend your C.V. and if need be choose from other available options with the company.


You are hereby invited for a Recruitment session.


Your assessment will determine if you are fit for a JOB OFFER.


Date : TUESDAY ,21st May 2019.


Time: 8:30am 


Venue: 7, Obasa road Chemline building, behind Forte Oil filling station, Oba-Akran, Ikeja.


Kindly respond to this email and confirm your availability. Come with a copy of this invite to gain access and your updated CV with a valid means of Identification.


Best Regards,

HR JOY

www.brymedot.com

I also got similar invite today...


congratulations , based on recommendations, you have been shortlisted for a
recruitment seasion and accessment for a job offer, come along with CV
Date: 22/5/2019
Time: 9:00am
venue: chemline house 2nd gate, off forte oil oba akran Ikeja.
HR Judith
on behalf of outstanding cycle for more info visit
www.outstandingcycle.com.ng

pls is this real....
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by pagorino(m): 5:31pm On May 20
I just got an invite for the position of trainee Loan officer at Addosser mfb. Please does anyone knows about their salary structure for such position and the work condition? It's very urgent please.
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by mzhorlah(f): 7:44pm On May 20
decentjannie:
Sequel to our recent survey via our online advertorial page, HR portals and referrals, we are pleased with your background considering your Leadership, business and Human resourceful skills

In view of this you have been Shortlisted by the HR TEAM to attend a LEADERSHIP/BUSINESS ASSESSMENT and WORKSHOP for an INTERVIEW to be a Team/ Unit leader and Business partner.

OVERVIEW OF CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE


CFLEAD is the culmination of years of experience in the corporate and small business worlds, with a passion for raising businessmen and women, and we aim to achieve this through human capacity building and leveraging.


Our priority:- To assist individuals in having a befitting lifestyle, acquire their desire and live a healthy life, using capacity building and leverage as a critical tool.

What we do:- We specialize majorly into human resource development, leveraging and consultation services through information dissemination.

Office Address: 1st Floor Xpress House, Via, Ostra hotel, off Jobi fele way Central Business District (CBD) Alausa Ikeja, Lagos.

Date: Monday 20th May, 2019
Time: 9:00am.

NOTE:- You are required to tender this invitation either as a printed copy or soft copy, and a passport photograph at the point of entrance for security purpose.

It’s imperative to confirm your availability, do so by replying to this e-mail.

We look forward to you knowing you more and working with you.


BEST REGARDS,
HR TEAM LEAD
DYN 554

For further inquiries and directions, call the secretary on 07051369207 or please log on to www.cflead.org



Pls house how genuine is this...


Got their messages today, did you eventually go?
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by kayceelittle(m): 1:16pm On May 21
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If you lived through the recent real estate and economic recession, the very headline of this article might cause you some emotional pain. Less than five years ago, the country was swept with an economic crisis likes of which our generation had never seen. It felt like the market would never recover. Fast forward a few short years and now massive wealth is being built through real estate.

Cash Flow: Cash flow is the money you have left over from the rent you have collected after all expenses have been paid. Most real estate has expenses such as a mortgage, property taxes, insurance, maintenance, and property management fees. When you buy a property that pulls in more rent each month than the expenses you carry to own it, your cash flow is positive.

In the majority of investments (stocks, art, jewelry, bitcoin etc) you are hoping to buying something that will appreciate in value, then sell it later for a profit. In some it forms of investing (buying a poorly run business, for example ), you may be buying something that produces income and hoping to improve that assets performance in order to increase its values for most, this involves too much work and is undesirable. What we are left with is the subconscious understanding that to “invest” is to buy something you believe will be worth more Later. If this is based on sound principles, it can work. If it’s not, it’s really more like gambling.

Wise investors don’t bet on appreciation. They purchase properties on a sound judgment that the property will generate more income than it costs to own. For these folks who “cash flow” positively, they don’t care what the market does. If prices rise, they have more options.

Appreciation: That said, appreciation, or the rising of home prices overtime is how the majority of wealth is built in real estate. This is the “home run” you hear of when people make large windfall money. While prices fluctuate, over long run real estate values have always gone up, always, and there is no reason to think that is going to change.

Example if you buy a property for #200,000 and it appreciates to #220,000, your property had made you a 10% return. However, you likely didn’t pay cash for the property and instead used the banks money. If you consider that you may have put 10% down (#20,000), you actually have doubled your investment, a 100% return.

Depreciation: Even though the name can be deceiving, depreciation is not the value of real estate dropping. It is actually a tax term describing your ability to write off part of the value of the assets itself every year.

Example Imagine if a farmer bought a tractor for their business. That tractor is only going last for a certain number of years until the farmer needs to purchase another tractor. So the IRS (internal revenue service) be it state or federal allows the farmer to deduct a percent of the cost of the tractor from their taxes each year of deduction to offset the income the property is producing for you, helping to save money over time. How awesome is that?

Forced Equity: is a term used to refer to the wealth that is created when an investor does work to a property to make it worth more. The most common form of equity is to buy a fixer-upper type property and improve its condition.



Example of this would be adding a third or fourth bedroom to a property with only two, adding a second bathroom to a property with only one. Opportunities like this can be found with a little bit of hard work diligence, and the resulting forced equity can make a big impact on your bottom line.

Leverage: leverage is the concept that you can pay for something without coming up with the full cost. For real estate, you can use leverage by taking out a mortgage to buy a property and only put down a fraction of the real cost. Even though you only put down a small portion of the purchase price, you are still entitled to all of the benefits.
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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by TOMMYS: 3:56pm On May 21
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Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by TOMMYS: 3:57pm On May 21
[quote author=TOMMYS post=78589314][/quote]
this is a scam. i was there today. they were ordering Interviewee to stand up come and sit here. I was forced to ask what thier outsourcing firm name is?. they couldn't answer. can you imagine no pressing of phone. no side talk. I had to ask a man that why were they order people and that we are professionals. you should talk to us with respect.

graduates/youths are suffering in this country Aswear


job scam address
7, obasa road Chemline building, behind Forte Oil filling station, Oba-Akran, Ikeja.
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by ujunwa64: 6:22pm On May 21
TOMMYS:

this is a scam. i was there today. they were ordering Interviewee to stand up come and sit here. I was forced to ask what thier outsourcing firm name is?. they couldn't answer. can you imagine no pressing of phone. no side talk. I had to ask a man that why were they order people and that we are professionals. you should talk to us with respect.

graduates/youths are suffering in this country Aswear


job scam address
7, obasa road Chemline building, behind Forte Oil filling station, Oba-Akran, Ikeja.
seriously and am suppose to go there tomorrow
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by akinola105: 1:14am On May 22
Your SCREENING INTERVIEW holds on MON 20TH May 10am at N0 4, BY FFF Junction, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos. Details in your mailbox
Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by Tfranc: 6:42am On May 22
Did you later go?
smarthousz:
You are officially invited for an interview with the HR team of MDGL GLOBAL on TUE 14/5/19 by 9am at 8, Bisi Ogabi str, Balogun bstop, Ikeja. HR KOYI


please can someone help me to testify to the genuinty of this message, it's not just fair, the way job seekers turned to prey for scanners, everyone is aware most job seekers are not financially buoyant still some people will see them as the best set of people to dupe...

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