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Marriott Hotel Uk - APPOINTMENT LETTER FAKE OR REAL ??

 
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  suthesh
Appointment letter
Dear Sir/ Madam,

I have received an appointed letter & contract letter from Marriott Hotel , UK, I want to know this appointment letter for vacancy for computer operator is fake or real ??

how to know the below address and deplomats name is real ??

THE DESIGNATED DIPLOMAT CONTACT DETAILS IS BELOW:

Name- Diplomat Richard Stagg

British High Commission, Mumbai India.

Phone: [0] 22 32205150 / [0] 9967095226

Email: richards@diplomats.com


please let me know.
I would be thankful if you can give me advice regarding the same.

Regards,
Suthesh Bhaskaran

APPOINTMENT LETTER  FAKE OR REAL ??

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Dear Friend,

I am also received the Appointment Letter, please help if you have any information in regards the Job in Marriott Hotel London.

Regards
N.Shekhu


From:MARRIOTT HOTEL UK <marriotthotel@live.co.uk>
To: <shekhu_006@rediffmail.com>
Subject: APPOINTMENT / CONTRACT AGREEMENT LETTER
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 17:09:11 IST
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Dear Applicant,


SUB: APPOINTMENT / CONTRACT AGREEMENT LETTER.



This is an Affirmation that your Experience and Qualifications were found suitably qualified for the requirements of MARRIOTT® HOTEL, UNITED KINGDOM. Now, you have to contact the Diplomatic personnel appointed by The British High Commission in India with the copies of the appointment letter in the attachment for the procurement of your Valid Visa and work/residence permit papers as we are having a contract agreement with them for the easiest acquisition of employees necessary valid traveling document.



Now, you have to contact the Diplomat for acquisition of your Visa, work/residence permit papers which will empower you to live and work in United Kingdom also sign the Contract agreement Letter and send to him. Note that you must inform him that you got the below attach appointment letter from MARRIOTT HOTEL, UNITED KINGDOM®



THE DESIGNATED DIPLOMAT CONTACT DETAILS IS BELOW:

Name- Diplomat Richard Stagg

British High Commission, Mumbai India.

Phone: +91 [0] 22 32205150 / +91 [0] 9967095226.

Email: richard.stagg@diplomats.com



He will process our expatriates their valid travel papers from UK Embassy India because we have sent all document required for your two years work permit visa application to U.K embassy in India for Visa processing.



This diplomat was appointed by the British High Commission to process our selected candidate's visa in India to avoid refusal or denial of Visa/ Permits by UK Embassy in your country. We urge you to immediately Contact with him so as to enable you get your Valid UK Employment Visa, Work/ Residence Permit ASAP.



Note that you are to bear your travel documents processing expenses upfront to prove your seriousness and commitment to work with our reputable organization.



After your travel documents are ready, we shall proceed with the securing of your accommodation here in UK at the Company’s Estate, book your flight ticket and transfer to you. We must have confirmed your visa, your seriousness and willingness to join our team here in London.



Also remember that any Expenses you make on the process or registering your documents shall be refunded back to you on joining as you submit your expenses report.



Be informed that once the process is completed your hard copies of appointment letter/contract agreement will be delivered to you‚Via DHL Courier Service.



We look forward to receive your signed copy of the Contract Agreement for our confirmation to your acceptance of our Job Offer with the terms and conditions therein.



Contact the diplomat immediately to start visa processing because you have to resume in office on 20th October 2010. Update us with the process between you and the Diplomat in charge of your Visa, in case of advice where necessary.



Congratulations.

Regards,

Mr. Jonathan King.

Human Relation / Recruit Manager

Tel: +44 703 1822023 / +44 871 2375069.

Fax: +44 870 495993.
A May 24, 2012 by
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sushsmile  
 
i also received same kind of appointment letter and contract paper from Marriott hotel.

Congratulation once again.I received your mail and hereby informing you that your appointment has been confirmed with our organization, kindly contact your diplomat to start your visa processing immediately without any stress or delay. copy of your appointment letter has been submitted to UK embassy in India for your visa application.comply with your Diplomat and follow his instruction.

Air ticket and confirmation letter will be Dhl to your destination as soon as we receive information from British high commission in India through diplomat [Mark Ditton] that your visa has been stamped.Keep in touch with management, so that your cheque can get ready when you arrived in the office because all your expenses that take you down to London will be reimbursing back.
We wish you best of luck and welcome to our organization.

See You Soon,
Mr.Joseph Weaver
HR Manager
N Aug 19, 2013 by
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aarun007  
 
hey can you tell me its true or face...and any buddy get a job there...please give me the answer
N Sep 2, 2013 by
User
poltu  
 
Even I received the same from Novotel Hotel, England. I called that guy (DIPLOMAT). And when I asked about his office address. He could not reply correctly. Better if you contact The British High Commission Office, New Delhi directly.
British High Commission New Delhi
Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi 110021
India
Email
web.newdelhi@fco.gov.uk

General telephone
+91 (11) 2419 2100 (24 hrs a day)

Management fax
+91 (11) 2419 2492

Press & Public Affairs fax
+91 (11) 2419 2411

Economic & Commercial fax
+91 (11) 2419 2301

Defence fax
+91 (11) 2419 2252

Political fax
+91 (11) 2419 2464

Consular fax
+91 (11) 2419 2491 (not for visa issues)

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