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TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC
Elgin/Franklin Project Division
33 CAVENDISH SQUARE
LONDON,
W1G 0PW,
UNITED KINGDOM.



2nd September 2008

C/O
EM Recruitment
10 Northumberland Avenue,
WC2N5BX, London,
UK
Job Ref: TOTAL/PPR/07

ATTENTION: Arpit Saxena

Letter of Appointment

Total Exploration and Production UK PLC (Elgin/Franklin Project Division) is pleased to offer you a job as software engineer. We trust that your knowledge, skills and experience will be among our most valuable assets. You will report directly to Mr. Robert Stegler the Finance Manager, commencing with your start of employment on the 6th October 2008.


Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.

Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the Immigration Consultant.

The contract shall be a full-time contract; this is with effect from 6th October 2008, when the employee / expatriate assumes duty in the United Kingdom.

Yours faithfully,
Project Director





………………………………………..
Mr. Pierce Burton





************************************************************************
I have read, understood and accepted the conditions.

Print Name:………………………………………………………….



Signature:……………………………………………………………..



Date:………………………………………………………………….




ATTENTION: Arpit Saxena

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC, a corporation registered in the United Kingdom with International Oil and Gas interest hereinafter referred to as "Employer “, the undersigned,

Arpit Saxena, Herein referred to as “Employee” in consideration of mutual promises made herein agreed as follows:

ARTICLE 1. EMPLOYMENT
UAcceptance of Employment
Section 1.01. Employer hereby employs Employee and Employee hereby accepts employment with Employer as CIVIL CONSULTANT
Terms of Employment
Section 1.02. The employment period will commence from August 4th, 2008, or as agreed, for a total duration of 48 months after which time said employment shall ceased or be renewed for a further 4 years or as to be mutually agreed.


ARTICLE 2

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure that services input meet the Total Fina Elf UK. Specifications and requirements.
•Finally Interface and coordinate with the other Project personnel’s’ if deemed necessary throughout the Project execution.
. You shall also be required to participate in departmental board meetings, lectures/courses as necessary plus commissioning.
You shall also be expected to meet/liaise with the entire management board of the Total Fina Elf UK. For overview and updates bi-monthly as such all services must be rendered without negligence to the HSE operational policy.

ARTICLE 3
Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.
Section 2.01
Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the immigration Consultant.


Section 2.02. Employee agrees to devote all of his time, attention and energy to the performance of Employee's duties pursuant to this agreement, and shall perform such duties to the best of Employee's ability.
UAdherence to Rules
Section 2.03. Employee's at all times during the performance of this Agreement shall strictly adhere to and obey all the rules and regulations now in effect or as subsequently modified or enacted by Employer, governing the conduct of Employees.
Satisfactory Performance of Duties
Section 2.04. The employment shall continue only as long as the services rendered by Employee are satisfactory to Employer, notwithstanding any other provision contained in this agreement. Employer shall be the judge as to whether the services of Employee are satisfactory.

UObligations to Third Parties
Section 2.05. Employee warrants and represents that Employee has the ability to enter into this agreement, that entering into and performing under this Agreement will not violate Employee's agreement with any third party, and that there exist no restrictions or obligations to any third parties which will restrict Employee's performance of duties under this agreement.

ARTICLE 4. COMPENSATION

1BUBasic Compensation
Section 3.01.As compensation for services to be rendered under this contract, your basic salary will be £ 114, 000.00 GBP (One Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Pounds Sterling) per annum. Other allowances will be indicated in your letter of appointment.
UVacation
Section 3.02. Employee shall be entitled to paid vacation of 4 weeks. Although vacations will be granted at times requested by Employee, Employer reserves the right to determine or approve the vacation time. Employee shall not be able to accrue any vacation time in any year until the vacation time for the period year has been fully used.
UEffect of Termination on Compensation
Section 3.03.Contract is subject to a probation period of 6 months, the probation period will be performance based, and the contract will run to fullness only if mutually satisfied with performance and working environment. If mutually unsatisfied with working environments or working performance, we will give an additional equivalent of 3 months compensation pay. In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein
Section 3.04. After the 6 months probation period, In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein to the contrary. Employee shall be entitled to no further compensation following such date of termination.

ARTICLE 5 EMPLOYER'S RECORD/TRADE SECRETS
UNon-Disclosure of Records
Section 4.01.
a. All records of the accounts of Employer, of any nature, whether existing at the time of Employee's employment, procured through efforts of Employee or obtained by Employee's employment from any other source, and whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, shall be the exclusive property of Employer regardless of who actually purchased the original book, record or magnetic storage unit on which such information is recorded.
b. All such books and records shall be immediately returned to Employer by Employee on termination of employment, whether or not any dispute exists between Employer and Employee at, regarding and/or following the termination of employment.
c. During the term of employment under this Agreement, Employee will have access to and become acquainted with various trade secrets, consisting of formulas, programs, patterns, devices, inventions, processes, compilation of data and information, records, and specifications, all of which are owned by Employer.
d. All files, records, documents, drawings, specifications, programs, equipment and similar items relating to the business of Employer, whether they are prepared by Employer or by Employee, or come into Employee's possession in any other way and whether or not they contain or constitute trade secrets owned by Employer, are and shall remain exclusive property of Employer and shall not be removed from the premises of Employer under any circumstances whatsoever without the prior written consent of Employer .
e. Employee promises and agrees that Employee shall not misuse, misappropriate, give, sell, furnish nor disclose, whether for consideration or for no consideration, , and whether or not during or following his/her employment with Employer, or at any other time thereafter, any trade secrets described herein, directly or indirectly or use them in any way or manner, for his/her own benefit or the benefit of others, except as required in the course or scope of Employee's employment with Employer . Employee agrees and promises not to make known to other person, firm, or corporation, the names, addresses or any other information of any of Employer's customers or vendors, or call on, solicit, or take away any of the customers of Employee called on or with whom Employee became acquainted with during his or her employment herein.
f. Employee agrees that the use or dissemination of any trade secrets as described above, whether by Employee or by any other person or entity, constitutes unfair trade practices. Employee agrees to not employ unfair trade practices whether during the time of his employment or anytime thereafter.

ARTICLE 6 FAMILY STATUS ARRANGEMENTS
Family status arrangements can only be applied after at least three (3) months of service. The Application of family status arrangement indicates that an expatriate will
be entitled to a free visa and airfare for his wife or spouse or any other family member, which is to be provided by the Company through the Traveling Agency/Consultant.

Expatriates who intend to travel with their wife/spouse within the first three (3) months of contract engagement will have the cost of visa and air fare being borne by them
and can only be reimburse after three (3) months of service.

ARTICLE 7 FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation and feeding shall be provided for all expatriates, and by a Five Star Hotel in Metropolitan Area. All cuisine (Intercontinental/Continental) will also be
provided by the Company through the services of the assigned hotel.

ARTICLE 8 TRANSPORTATION
An official vehicle shall be provided on 24-hour daily basis to all expatriate for local transportation. A round trip flight ticket to cover the span of your contract engagement will be provided and delivered to you on the completion of your relevant travel documents and immigration particulars.

ARTICLE 9 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all expatriates by the company’s laundry and dry cleaning unit.

ARTICLE 10 TELECOMMUNICATION/INTERNET FACILITIES
There are standard Telecommunication Facilities and Internet services at the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be accessible to all personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or expenses to be incurred. Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local dealers/Service Providers in the United Kingdom, but must be used in accordance with the safety regulations on
Job Locations.



ARTICLE 11 GENERAL PROVISIONS
UNotices
Section 5.01. Any notices to be given by either party to the other may be effected either by personal delivery in writing or by mail, registered and certified, postage prepaid with return receipt requested. Mailed notices shall be addressed to the parties at their last known addresses as appearing on the books of the Employer.
UEntire Agreement
Section 5.02. This Agreement supersedes any and all agreements, either oral or written, between the parties with respect to the employment of Employee by Employer for the purpose set forth in article 2.01., and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to such employment whatsoever. Each party to this agreement acknowledges that no misrepresentations, inducements, promises or agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party, or anyone acting on behalf of any parties, which are not embodied herein, and that no other agreement, statement, or promises not contained in this agreement shall be valid or binding. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by the party to be charged.
ULaw Governing Agreement
Section 5.03. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom.

This Agreement is entered into on ______________ at _________________


___________________________
Employee’s Signature
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Dear Sir, i haver applied in your Company for a uitable Placement, & Forwarded My Detailed C.V. to you.

But after serching your web site through google search i come to know that FAKE APPOINTMENT LETTERS are also been sent to the Applicants as shown in your site.

I would like to add that i have got a same Appointment letter, Every words have been the same except the applicant name.
Therefore i would like to request you to please Guide me what should i do, wheather its a real job offered to me? I have been asked to contact Mr. Balwant Vekaria, his email is-(britishhomeofficeukunit)& contact No. # +44 7045723160.

I would appriciate if i get a proper guidance from you at the earliest, so i can avoid any kind of malfuntions & mis use of my money & emotions.
eagerly waiting to hear from you at the earliest.

Warm Regards,
Glenn Osborne.
 
CAN ANY BODY TELL ME HOW THE MAIL WAS FAKE AS NO SUCH COMMENT IS SEEN HERE.CAN ANY ONETHROW SOME MORE LIGHT ON IT. SO THAT SOME OTHER PEOPLE ALSO CAN BE BENIFITTED IN BOTH THE WAYS, i .e avoiding if fraud or making use if genuine.
 
Dear Sir, i haver applied in your Company for a suitable Placement, & Forwarded My Detailed C.V. to you.

But after serching your web site through google search i come to know that FAKE APPOINTMENT LETTERS are also been sent to the Applicants as shown in your site.

I would like to add that i have got a same Appointment letter, Every words have been the same except the applicant name and Post of job.
Therefore i would like to request you to please Guide me what should i do, wheather its a real job offered to me? I have been asked to contact Mr. Balwant Vekaria, his email is-(britishhomeofficeukunit) This email addressed is wrong b'case I was send the signing appointment letter for obtaining work permit in India for their so-ordination The details is given by EM recruitmrnt dept. Dr Stanley Morgan Is the Head of Recruitment Dept.
I would appriciate if i get a proper guidance from you at the earliest, so i can avoid any kind of malfuntions & mis use of my money & emotions.
eagerly waiting to hear from you at the earliest.

Warm Regards,

Kailas Patil
 
Dear Sir, i haver applied in your Company for a uitable Placement, & Forwarded My Detailed C.V. to you.

But after serching your web site through google search i come to know that FAKE APPOINTMENT LETTERS are also been sent to the Applicants as shown in your site.

I would like to add that i have got a same Appointment letter, Every words have been the same except the applicant name.
Therefore i would like to request you to please Guide me what should i do, wheather its a real job offered to me? I have been asked to contact Mr. Balwant Vekaria, his email is-(britishhomeofficeukunit)& contact No. # +44 7045723160.

I would appriciate if i get a proper guidance from you at the earliest, so i can avoid any kind of malfuntions & mis use of my money & emotions.
eagerly waiting to hear from you at the earliest.

With Regards

Digviz Kapadnis
A
User
jothi  
 
dear sir
i accept this job
 
Dear Sir,
i haver applied in your Company for a uitable Placement, & Forwarded My Detailed C.V. to you.

But after serching your web site through google search i come to know that FAKE APPOINTMENT LETTERS are also been sent to the Applicants as shown in your site.

I would like to add that i have got a same Appointment letter, Every words have been the same except the applicant name.
Therefore i would like to request you to please Guide me what should i do, wheather its a real job offered to me? I have been asked to contact Mr. Balwant Vekaria, his email is-(britishhomeofficeukunit)& contact No. # +44 7045723160.

I would appriciate if i get a proper guidance from you at the earliest, so i can avoid any kind of malfuntions & mis use of my money & emotions.
eagerly waiting to hear from you at the earliest.

Warm Regards,

praveen pandey
 
Dear Sir,
i haver applied in your Company for a uitable Placement, & Forwarded My Detailed C.V. to you.

But after serching your web site through google search i come to know that FAKE APPOINTMENT LETTERS are also been sent to the Applicants as shown in your site.

I would like to add that i have got a same Appointment letter, Every words have been the same except the applicant name.
Therefore i would like to request you to please Guide me what should i do, wheather its a real job offered to me? I have been asked to contact Mr. Balwant Vekaria, his email is-(britishhomeofficeukunit)& contact No. # +44 7045723160.

I would appriciate if i get a proper guidance from you at the earliest, so i can avoid any kind of malfuntions & mis use of my money & emotions.
eagerly waiting to hear from you at the earliest.

Warm Regards,

praveen pandey
 
well, i have received the same proposal, same money ect ... as a S Foreman, if it's not true and it's certainly aint . I hope these people will be grabed by the Balls .
 
They sent the same order to me, but my nature of work is differ from others. In that order they said my reporting head name and he is a Hr.Manager, but in the above comment the name is same but he becames as finance manager.

With out any pre-screening process they sent a order of appointment and other documents.

Hey people dont belive
 
Dear sir,
i got an Appointment & Agrement letter .i want to know that, whether it is Fake or note, herewith iam attaching the copy of appointment letter and agrement copy.
thanking you,
Vikas.P

APPOINTMENT LETTER

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC
Elgin/Franklin Project Division
33 CAVENDISH SQUARE
LONDON,
W1G 0PW,
UNITED KINGDOM.



4th September 2008

C/O
EM Recruitment
10 Northumberland Avenue,
WC2N5BX, London,
UK
Job Ref: TOTAL/PPR/07

ATTENTION: Vikas.P
Letter of Appointment

Total Exploration and Production UK PLC (Elgin/Franklin Project Division) is pleased to offer you a job as Soft Ware Maintainance Engineer.We trust that your knowledge, skills and experience will be among our most valuable assets. You will report directly to Mr. Robert Stegler the Finance Manager, commencing with your start of employment on the 6th October 2008.


Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.

Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the Immigration Consultant.

The contract shall be a full-time contract; this is with effect from 6th October 2008, when the employee / expatriate assumes duty in the United Kingdom.

Yours faithfully,
Project Director





………………………………………..
Mr. Pierce Burton





************************************************************************
I have read, understood and accepted the conditions.

Print Name:………………………………………………………….



Signature:……………………………………………………………..



Date:………………………………………………………………….




EMPLOYMENT AGREMENT


TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC
Elgin/Franklin Project Division
33 CAVENDISH SQUARE
LONDON,
W1G 0PW,
UNITED KINGDOM.

ATTENTION: Vikas.P

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC, a corporation registered in the United Kingdom with International Oil and Gas interest hereinafter referred to as "Employer “, the undersigned,

Vikas.P, Herein referred to as “Employee” in consideration of mutual promises made herein agreed as follows:

ARTICLE 1. EMPLOYMENT
UAcceptance of Employment
Section 1.01. Employer hereby employs Employee and Employee hereby accepts employment with Employer as full-time staff
Terms of Employment
Section 1.02. The employment period will commence from October 6th, 2008, or as agreed, for a total duration of 48 months after which time said employment shall ceased or be renewed for a further 4 years or as to be mutually agreed.


ARTICLE 2

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure that services input meet the Total Fina Elf UK. Specifications and requirements.
•Finally Interface and coordinate with the other Project personnel’s’ if deemed necessary throughout the Project execution.
. You shall also be required to participate in departmental board meetings, lectures/courses as necessary plus commissioning.
You shall also be expected to meet/liaise with the entire management board of the Total Fina Elf UK. For overview and updates bi-monthly as such all services must be rendered without negligence to the HSE operational policy.

ARTICLE 3
Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.
Section 2.01
Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the immigration Consultant.


Section 2.02. Employee agrees to devote all of his time, attention and energy to the performance of Employee's duties pursuant to this agreement, and shall perform such duties to the best of Employee's ability.
UAdherence to Rules
Section 2.03. Employee's at all times during the performance of this Agreement shall strictly adhere to and obey all the rules and regulations now in effect or as subsequently modified or enacted by Employer, governing the conduct of Employees.
Satisfactory Performance of Duties
Section 2.04. The employment shall continue only as long as the services rendered by Employee are satisfactory to Employer, notwithstanding any other provision contained in this agreement. Employer shall be the judge as to whether the services of Employee are satisfactory.

UObligations to Third Parties
Section 2.05. Employee warrants and represents that Employee has the ability to enter into this agreement, that entering into and performing under this Agreement will not violate Employee's agreement with any third party, and that there exist no restrictions or obligations to any third parties which will restrict Employee's performance of duties under this agreement.

ARTICLE 4. COMPENSATION

1BUBasic Compensation
Section 3.01.As compensation for services to be rendered under this contract, your basic salary will be £ 114, 000.00 GBP (One Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Pounds Sterling) per annum. Other allowances will be indicated in your letter of appointment.
UVacation
Section 3.02. Employee shall be entitled to paid vacation of 4 weeks. Although vacations will be granted at times requested by Employee, Employer reserves the right to determine or approve the vacation time. Employee shall not be able to accrue any vacation time in any year until the vacation time for the period year has been fully used.
UEffect of Termination on Compensation
Section 3.03.Contract is subject to a probation period of 6 months, the probation period will be performance based, and the contract will run to fullness only if mutually satisfied with performance and working environment. If mutually unsatisfied with working environments or working performance, we will give an additional equivalent of 3 months compensation pay. In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein
Section 3.04. After the 6 months probation period, In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein to the contrary. Employee shall be entitled to no further compensation following such date of termination.

ARTICLE 5 EMPLOYER'S RECORD/TRADE SECRETS
UNon-Disclosure of Records
Section 4.01.
a. All records of the accounts of Employer, of any nature, whether existing at the time of Employee's employment, procured through efforts of Employee or obtained by Employee's employment from any other source, and whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, shall be the exclusive property of Employer regardless of who actually purchased the original book, record or magnetic storage unit on which such information is recorded.
b. All such books and records shall be immediately returned to Employer by Employee on termination of employment, whether or not any dispute exists between Employer and Employee at, regarding and/or following the termination of employment.
c. During the term of employment under this Agreement, Employee will have access to and become acquainted with various trade secrets, consisting of formulas, programs, patterns, devices, inventions, processes, compilation of data and information, records, and specifications, all of which are owned by Employer.
d. All files, records, documents, drawings, specifications, programs, equipment and similar items relating to the business of Employer, whether they are prepared by Employer or by Employee, or come into Employee's possession in any other way and whether or not they contain or constitute trade secrets owned by Employer, are and shall remain exclusive property of Employer and shall not be removed from the premises of Employer under any circumstances whatsoever without the prior written consent of Employer .
e. Employee promises and agrees that Employee shall not misuse, misappropriate, give, sell, furnish nor disclose, whether for consideration or for no consideration, , and whether or not during or following his/her employment with Employer, or at any other time thereafter, any trade secrets described herein, directly or indirectly or use them in any way or manner, for his/her own benefit or the benefit of others, except as required in the course or scope of Employee's employment with Employer . Employee agrees and promises not to make known to other person, firm, or corporation, the names, addresses or any other information of any of Employer's customers or vendors, or call on, solicit, or take away any of the customers of Employee called on or with whom Employee became acquainted with during his or her employment herein.
f. Employee agrees that the use or dissemination of any trade secrets as described above, whether by Employee or by any other person or entity, constitutes unfair trade practices. Employee agrees to not employ unfair trade practices whether during the time of his employment or anytime thereafter.

ARTICLE 6 FAMILY STATUS ARRANGEMENTS
Family status arrangements can only be applied after at least three (3) months of service. The Application of family status arrangement indicates that an expatriate will
be entitled to a free visa and airfare for his wife or spouse or any other family member, which is to be provided by the Company through the Traveling Agency/Consultant.

Expatriates who intend to travel with their wife/spouse within the first three (3) months of contract engagement will have the cost of visa and air fare being borne by them
and can only be reimburse after three (3) months of service.

ARTICLE 7 FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation and feeding shall be provided for all expatriates, and by a Five Star Hotel in Metropolitan Area. All cuisine (Intercontinental/Continental) will also be
provided by the Company through the services of the assigned hotel.

ARTICLE 8 TRANSPORTATION
An official vehicle shall be provided on 24-hour daily basis to all expatriate for local transportation. A round trip flight ticket to cover the span of your contract engagement will be provided and delivered to you on the completion of your relevant travel documents and immigration particulars.

ARTICLE 9 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all expatriates by the company’s laundry and dry cleaning unit.

ARTICLE 10 TELECOMMUNICATION/INTERNET FACILITIES
There are standard Telecommunication Facilities and Internet services at the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be accessible to all personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or expenses to be incurred. Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local dealers/Service Providers in the United Kingdom, but must be used in accordance with the safety regulations on
Job Locations.



ARTICLE 11 GENERAL PROVISIONS
UNotices
Section 5.01. Any notices to be given by either party to the other may be effected either by personal delivery in writing or by mail, registered and certified, postage prepaid with return receipt requested. Mailed notices shall be addressed to the parties at their last known addresses as appearing on the books of the Employer.
UEntire Agreement
Section 5.02. This Agreement supersedes any and all agreements, either oral or written, between the parties with respect to the employment of Employee by Employer for the purpose set forth in article 2.01., and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to such employment whatsoever. Each party to this agreement acknowledges that no misrepresentations, inducements, promises or agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party, or anyone acting on behalf of any parties, which are not embodied herein, and that no other agreement, statement, or promises not contained in this agreement shall be valid or binding. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by the party to be charged.
ULaw Governing Agreement
Section 5.03. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom.

This Agreement is entered into on ______________ at _________________


___________________________
Employee’s Signature
N
User
Adam  
 
This is a job scam and is very common these days. If you are rare skill set holder, then also you would not get this kind of letter. To work in UK, there are two routes. Get Tier 1 visa (www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk) or get a work permit. Work permit are sponsered by Indian companies wuch as Tatas, InfoSys etc for their people to come to UK for few time. I am currently working in UK on Tier1 and have lot of people working through their Indian companies on workpermits.

I have heard a lot about these kind of offers and lot of people have been duped of their money. Be very cautious. In the letter, the first caution is the email ID. It is @yahoo.co.uk. Any reputed company will have their own email domain. But that can also be faked. Second, within UK you need not require insurance (For Tier 1 or work permit), however this email asks for insurance. Be alert guys. Internet has lot of cross-border communication possible, however there are these flip side which run on individuals curiosity to move abroad.

Hope it helps.

Take Care
A
User
Rajs  
 
I too got the same job offer mail, only the applicant's name and the post offered was different. And thanks to Adam for providing a valuable info to all... :)
 
I am Donkada Murali who is working in a Public Sector and have got 25 years of experience in Production and proction. I have been betrayed by stanley Morgan.
 
Dear sir,
i got an Appointment & Agrement letter .i want to know that, whether it is Fake or note, herewith iam attaching the copy of appointment letter and agrement copy.
thanking you,
rabi prakash

APPOINTMENT LETTER
September 8th 2008


C/O
EM Recruitment
10 Northumberland Avenue,
WC2N5BX, London,
UK
Job Ref: TOTAL/PPR/07

ATTENTION: RABI PRAKASH,

Letter of Appointment

Total Exploration and Production UK PLC (Elgin/Franklin Project Division) is pleased to offer you a job in your field. On arrival you would require further training after which you would be assign to your specific duties in Total Exploration and Production UK PLC .We trust that your knowledge, skills and experience will be among our most valuable assets. You will report directly to Mr. Robert Stegler the Admin Manager, commencing with your start of employment on the 20th October 2008


Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.

Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.

Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the Immigration Consultant.

The contract shall be a full-time contract; this is with effect from JULY 21ST, 2009, when the employee / expatriate assumes duty in the United Kingdom.

Yours faithfully,
Project Director





………………………………………..
Mr. Pierce Burton





************************************************************************
I have read, understood and accepted the conditions.

Print Name:………………………………………………………….



Signature:……………………………………………………………..



Date:………………………………………………………………….




TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC
Elgin/Franklin Project Division
33 CAVENDISH SQUARE
LONDON,
W1G 0PW,
UNITED KINGDOM.

ATTENTION: RABI PRAKASH,

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC, a corporation registered in the United Kingdom with International Oil and Gas interest hereinafter referred to as "Employer “, the undersigned,

RABI PRAKASH, Herein referred to as “Employee” in consideration of mutual promises made herein agreed as follows:

ARTICLE 1. EMPLOYMENT
UAcceptance of Employment
Section 1.01. Employer hereby employs Employee and Employee hereby accepts employment with Employer as Sales Executive.
Terms of Employment
Section 1.02. The employment period will commence from October 20th, 2008, or as agreed, for a total duration of 48 months after which time said employment shall ceased or be renewed for a further 4 years or as to be mutually agreed.


ARTICLE 2

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure that services input meet the Total Fina Elf UK. Specifications and requirements.
•Finally Interface and coordinate with the other Project personnel’s’ if deemed necessary throughout the Project execution.
. You shall also be required to participate in departmental board meetings, lectures/courses as necessary plus commissioning.
You shall also be expected to meet/liaise with the entire management board of the Total Fina Elf UK. For overview and updates bi-monthly as such all services must be rendered without negligence to the HSE operational policy.

ARTICLE 3
Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.
Section 2.01
Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the immigration Consultant.


Section 2.02. Employee agrees to devote all of his time, attention and energy to the performance of Employee's duties pursuant to this agreement, and shall perform such duties to the best of Employee's ability.
UAdherence to Rules
Section 2.03. Employee's at all times during the performance of this Agreement shall strictly adhere to and obey all the rules and regulations now in effect or as subsequently modified or enacted by Employer, governing the conduct of Employees.
Satisfactory Performance of Duties
Section 2.04. The employment shall continue only as long as the services rendered by Employee are satisfactory to Employer, notwithstanding any other provision contained in this agreement. Employer shall be the judge as to whether the services of Employee are satisfactory.

UObligations to Third Parties
Section 2.05. Employee warrants and represents that Employee has the ability to enter into this agreement, that entering into and performing under this Agreement will not violate Employee's agreement with any third party, and that there exist no restrictions or obligations to any third parties which will restrict Employee's performance of duties under this agreement.

ARTICLE 4. COMPENSATION

1BUBasic Compensation
Section 3.01.As compensation for services to be rendered under this contract, your basic salary will be £ 114, 000.00 GBP (One Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Pounds Sterling) per annum. Other allowances will be indicated in your letter of appointment.
UVacation
Section 3.02. Employee shall be entitled to paid vacation of 4 weeks. Although vacations will be granted at times requested by Employee, Employer reserves the right to determine or approve the vacation time. Employee shall not be able to accrue any vacation time in any year until the vacation time for the period year has been fully used.
UEffect of Termination on Compensation
Section 3.03.Contract is subject to a probation period of 6 months, the probation period will be performance based, and the contract will run to fullness only if mutually satisfied with performance and working environment. If mutually unsatisfied with working environments or working performance, we will give an additional equivalent of 3 months compensation pay. In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein
Section 3.04. After the 6 months probation period, In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein to the contrary. Employee shall be entitled to no further compensation following such date of termination.

ARTICLE 5 EMPLOYER'S RECORD/TRADE SECRETS
UNon-Disclosure of Records
Section 4.01.
a. All records of the accounts of Employer, of any nature, whether existing at the time of Employee's employment, procured through efforts of Employee or obtained by Employee's employment from any other source, and whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, shall be the exclusive property of Employer regardless of who actually purchased the original book, record or magnetic storage unit on which such information is recorded.
b. All such books and records shall be immediately returned to Employer by Employee on termination of employment, whether or not any dispute exists between Employer and Employee at, regarding and/or following the termination of employment.
c. During the term of employment under this Agreement, Employee will have access to and become acquainted with various trade secrets, consisting of formulas, programs, patterns, devices, inventions, processes, compilation of data and information, records, and specifications, all of which are owned by Employer.
d. All files, records, documents, drawings, specifications, programs, equipment and similar items relating to the business of Employer, whether they are prepared by Employer or by Employee, or come into Employee's possession in any other way and whether or not they contain or constitute trade secrets owned by Employer, are and shall remain exclusive property of Employer and shall not be removed from the premises of Employer under any circumstances whatsoever without the prior written consent of Employer .
e. Employee promises and agrees that Employee shall not misuse, misappropriate, give, sell, furnish nor disclose, whether for consideration or for no consideration, , and whether or not during or following his/her employment with Employer, or at any other time thereafter, any trade secrets described herein, directly or indirectly or use them in any way or manner, for his/her own benefit or the benefit of others, except as required in the course or scope of Employee's employment with Employer . Employee agrees and promises not to make known to other person, firm, or corporation, the names, addresses or any other information of any of Employer's customers or vendors, or call on, solicit, or take away any of the customers of Employee called on or with whom Employee became acquainted with during his or her employment herein.
f. Employee agrees that the use or dissemination of any trade secrets as described above, whether by Employee or by any other person or entity, constitutes unfair trade practices. Employee agrees to not employ unfair trade practices whether during the time of his employment or anytime thereafter.

ARTICLE 6 FAMILY STATUS ARRANGEMENTS
Family status arrangements can only be applied after at least three (3) months of service. The Application of family status arrangement indicates that an expatriate will
be entitled to a free visa and airfare for his wife or spouse or any other family member, which is to be provided by the Company through the Traveling Agency/Consultant.

Expatriates who intend to travel with their wife/spouse within the first three (3) months of contract engagement will have the cost of visa and air fare being borne by them
and can only be reimburse after three (3) months of service.

ARTICLE 7 FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation and feeding shall be provided for all expatriates, and by a Five Star Hotel in Metropolitan Area. All cuisine (Intercontinental/Continental) will also be
provided by the Company through the services of the assigned hotel.

ARTICLE 8 TRANSPORTATION
An official vehicle shall be provided on 24-hour daily basis to all expatriate for local transportation. A round trip flight ticket to cover the span of your contract engagement will be provided and delivered to you on the completion of your relevant travel documents and immigration particulars.

ARTICLE 9 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all expatriates by the company’s laundry and dry cleaning unit.

ARTICLE 10 TELECOMMUNICATION/INTERNET FACILITIES
There are standard Telecommunication Facilities and Internet services at the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be accessible to all personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or expenses to be incurred. Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local dealers/Service Providers in the United Kingdom, but must be used in accordance with the safety regulations on
Job Locations.



ARTICLE 11 GENERAL PROVISIONS
UNotices
Section 5.01. Any notices to be given by either party to the other may be effected either by personal delivery in writing or by mail, registered and certified, postage prepaid with return receipt requested. Mailed notices shall be addressed to the parties at their last known addresses as appearing on the books of the Employer.
UEntire Agreement
Section 5.02. This Agreement supersedes any and all agreements, either oral or written, between the parties with respect to the employment of Employee by Employer for the purpose set forth in article 2.01., and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to such employment whatsoever. Each party to this agreement acknowledges that no misrepresentations, inducements, promises or agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party, or anyone acting on behalf of any parties, which are not embodied herein, and that no other agreement, statement, or promises not contained in this agreement shall be valid or binding. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by the party to be charged.
ULaw Governing Agreement
Section 5.03. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom.

This Agreement is entered into on ______________ at _________________



Rabi prakash
Employee’s Signature
 
Dear sir,

I received same appointment letter and contract paper. I am also confused regarding to these. If it is fake appointment letter. Please take actions towards it. Otherwise somany people will caught by these fraud recruitment agency. If it is true appointment letter. Please informed me.

Thanking you sir.

Samir Lad
 
someone tell me please that the recretment of total production is true or now i m a tunisien people
 
Dear Sir

Really I was happy when I received this offer by email, then my happiness disappeared once I came to know may be it is fake offer

I want your kind reply please is it fake or not, I am still in confusions
 
DEAR SIR I GOT ONE APPOINTMENT LETTER FOR THE POST OF SENIOR PIPING ENGINEER
PLEASE TELL WHERE IS IT FAKE OR TRUE THE APPOINTMET CONTRACT AS FALLOW

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC
Elgin/Franklin Project Division
33 CAVENDISH SQUARE
LONDON,
W1G 0PW,
UNITED KINGDOM.



ATTENTION: SHRIKANT G. BHELE

EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION UK PLC, a corporation registered in the United Kingdom with International Oil and Gas interest hereinafter referred to as "Employer “, the undersigned,

SHRIKANT G. BHELE, Herein referred to as “Employee” in consideration of mutual promises made herein agreed as follows:

ARTICLE 1. EMPLOYMENT
UAcceptance of Employment
Section 1.01. Employer hereby employs Employee and Employee hereby accepts employment with Employer as SENIOR PIPING DESIGN ENGINEER
Terms of Employment
Section 1.02. The employment period will commence from 24th November 2008, or as agreed, for a total duration of 48 months after which time said employment shall ceased or be renewed for a further 4 years or as to be mutually agreed.


ARTICLE 2

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure that services input meet the Total Fina Elf UK. Specifications and requirements.
•Finally, Interface and coordinate with the other Project personnel’s’ if deemed necessary throughout the Project execution.
. You shall also be required to participate in departmental board meetings, lectures/courses as necessary plus commissioning.
You shall also be expected to meet/liaise with the entire management board of the Total Fina Elf UK. For overview and updates bi-monthly as such all services must be rendered without negligence to the HSE operational policy.

ARTICLE 3
Salary: Annual gross starting salary of £114, 000.00 GBP paid in monthly installments by your choice of cheque or direct deposit
Performance Bonuses: Up to three percent of your annual gross salary, paid quarterly by your choice of cheque or direct deposit.
Allowances: £2, 400.00 GBP as monthly housing allowance
Holiday allowances: £3, 000.00 GBP
Benefits: Standard, Total-provided benefits for salaried-exempt employees, including the following.
(a) Child daycare assistance
(b) Education assistance (c) Vacation and personal days

Transportation: This shall be provided for you during your working hours.
Hour of work: Your normal hours of work will be as follows: Monday-Friday...7.30am to 4.30 pm inclusive of public holidays. You shall be required to work such times as are reasonably necessary for the performance of your duties and will be entitled to receive any additional remuneration for work performed outside your normal hours.
Section 2.01
Mobilization: The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before you embark on your journey to assume duty, after the British Home Office has approved your work permit application. This is to enable you settle all domestic needs before travel. This will be possible after you have finished all arrangements with the immigration Consultant.


Section 2.02. Employee agrees to devote all of his time, attention and energy to the performance of Employee's duties pursuant to this agreement, and shall perform such duties to the best of Employee's ability.
UAdherence to Rules
Section 2.03. Employee's at all times during the performance of this Agreement shall strictly adhere to and obey all the rules and regulations now in effect or as subsequently modified or enacted by Employer, governing the conduct of Employees.
Satisfactory Performance of Duties
Section 2.04. The employment shall continue only as long as the services rendered by Employee are satisfactory to Employer, notwithstanding any other provision contained in this agreement. Employer shall be the judge as to whether the services of Employee are satisfactory.

UObligations to Third Parties
Section 2.05. Employee warrants and represents that Employee has the ability to enter into this agreement, that entering into and performing under this Agreement will not violate Employee's agreement with any third party, and that there exist no restrictions or obligations to any third parties which will restrict Employee's performance of duties under this agreement.

ARTICLE 4. COMPENSATION

1BUBasic Compensation
Section 3.01.As compensation for services to be rendered under this contract, your basic salary will be £ 114, 000.00 GBP (One Hundred and Fourteen Thousand Pounds Sterling) per annum. Other allowances will be indicated in your letter of appointment.
UVacation
Section 3.02. Employee shall be entitled to paid vacation of 4 weeks. Although vacations will be granted at times requested by Employee, Employer reserves the right to determine or approve the vacation time. Employee shall not be able to accrue any vacation time in any year until the vacation time for the period year has been fully used.
UEffect of Termination on Compensation
Section 3.03.Contract is subject to a probation period of 6 months, the probation period will be performance based, and the contract will run to fullness only if mutually satisfied with performance and working environment. If mutually unsatisfied with working environments or working performance, we will give an additional equivalent of 3 months compensation pay. In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein
Section 3.04. After the 6 months probation period, In the event of termination of employment, Employee shall be entitled to compensation accrued and earned prior to the date of termination as provided for in this Article 3.03, computed pro-rata up to and including the date of termination. Other than as may be provided herein to the contrary. Employee shall be entitled to no further compensation following such date of termination.

ARTICLE 5 EMPLOYER'S RECORD/TRADE SECRETS
UNon-Disclosure of Records
Section 4.01.
a. All records of the accounts of Employer, of any nature, whether existing at the time of Employee's employment, procured through efforts of Employee or obtained by Employee's employment from any other source, and whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, shall be the exclusive property of Employer regardless of who actually purchased the original book, record or magnetic storage unit on which such information is recorded.
b. All such books and records shall be immediately returned to Employer by Employee on termination of employment, whether or not any dispute exists between Employer and Employee at, regarding and/or following the termination of employment.
c. During the term of employment under this Agreement, Employee will have access to and become acquainted with various trade secrets, consisting of formulas, programs, patterns, devices, inventions, processes, compilation of data and information, records, and specifications, all of which are owned by Employer.
d. All files, records, documents, drawings, specifications, programs, equipment and similar items relating to the business of Employer, whether they are prepared by Employer or by Employee, or come into Employee's possession in any other way and whether or not they contain or constitute trade secrets owned by Employer, are and shall remain exclusive property of Employer and shall not be removed from the premises of Employer under any circumstances whatsoever without the prior written consent of Employer .
e. Employee promises and agrees that Employee shall not misuse, misappropriate, give, sell, furnish nor disclose, whether for consideration or for no consideration, , and whether or not during or following his/her employment with Employer, or at any other time thereafter, any trade secrets described herein, directly or indirectly or use them in any way or manner, for his/her own benefit or the benefit of others, except as required in the course or scope of Employee's employment with Employer . Employee agrees and promises not to make known to other person, firm, or corporation, the names, addresses or any other information of any of Employer's customers or vendors, or call on, solicit, or take away any of the customers of Employee called on or with whom Employee became acquainted with during his or her employment herein.
f. Employee agrees that the use or dissemination of any trade secrets as described above, whether by Employee or by any other person or entity, constitutes unfair trade practices. Employee agrees to not employ unfair trade practices whether during the time of his employment or anytime thereafter.

ARTICLE 6 FAMILY STATUS ARRANGEMENTS
Family status arrangements can only be applied after at least three (3) months of service. The Application of family status arrangement indicates that an expatriate will
be entitled to a free visa and airfare for his wife or spouse or any other family member, which is to be provided by the Company through the Traveling Agency/Consultant.

Expatriates who intend to travel with their wife/spouse within the first three (3) months of contract engagement will have the cost of visa and air fare being borne by them
and can only be reimburse after three (3) months of service.

ARTICLE 7 FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation and feeding shall be provided for all expatriates, and by a Five Star Hotel in Metropolitan Area. All cuisine (Intercontinental/Continental) will also be
provided by the Company through the services of the assigned hotel.

ARTICLE 8 TRANSPORTATION
An official vehicle shall be provided on 24-hour daily basis to all expatriate for local transportation. A round trip flight ticket to cover the span of your contract engagement will be provided and delivered to you on the completion of your relevant travel documents and immigration particulars.

ARTICLE 9 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all expatriates by the company’s laundry and dry cleaning unit.

ARTICLE 10 TELECOMMUNICATION/INTERNET FACILITIES
There are standard Telecommunication Facilities and Internet services at the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be accessible to all personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or expenses to be incurred. Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local dealers/Service Providers in the United Kingdom, but must be used in accordance with the safety regulations on
Job Locations.



ARTICLE 11 GENERAL PROVISIONS
UNotices
Section 5.01. Any notices to be given by either party to the other may be effected either by personal delivery in writing or by mail, registered and certified, postage prepaid with return receipt requested. Mailed notices shall be addressed to the parties at their last known addresses as appearing on the books of the Employer.
UEntire Agreement
Section 5.02. This Agreement supersedes any and all agreements, either oral or written, between the parties with respect to the employment of Employee by Employer for the purpose set forth in article 2.01., and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to such employment whatsoever. Each party to this agreement acknowledges that no misrepresentations, inducements, promises or agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party, or anyone acting on behalf of any parties, which are not embodied herein, and that no other agreement, statement, or promises not contained in this agreement shall be valid or binding. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by the party to be charged.
ULaw Governing Agreement
Section 5.03. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United Kingdom.

This Agreement is entered into on ______________ (date)

___________________________
Employee’s Signature
 
To whomsoever it concerns,
I wish these people do something more constructive in life than wasting precious time in duping. I wonder how much they earn by this way of work.
Surprised that the organisation in question has not taken any legal action on such happenings, which, if had been done, would have stopped such malicious mails from circulating.
RLL
 
Dear Sir,
Below is the message I received from some people who claimed to be working for you, just like the other complaints above, except my name and the position applied for, all other things are the same, word for word. Please, is this real or fake, if fake, please do something about it.
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Segun.

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APPOINTMENT/AGREEMENT LETTER
Friday, October 31, 2008 9:45 AM
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"Stanley Morgan" <drstanleymorgan13@yahoo.it>
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Dear ODUKUNLE SEGUN JAMES,
Congratulations!!! Your CV was reviewed and chosen for the Immediate
position available in your field at Total Fina Elf In London by the board.You would be
given a one month orientation before you assume duty fully. Attached is your Letter
of Appointment and Employment Agreement which describes the terms and
conditions of your appointment, You are to sign them and send a scanned copy to us and another
to the Uk work permit company by email(britishhomeofficeukunit1@yahoo.co.uk)
TOTAL FINA ELF UK would welcome you on your arrival at our office in London on
your resumption date.
Please note you require a Work permit to be able to work in London. Sign
the Appointment/Agreement letter and submit it to the Uk work permit company through the
email given below and also contact the uk work permit agency for enquiries on how to obtain a
uk work permit .

Their contact details are seen below.
NOTE: You are to contact them via the email address/ phone number below.
Work Permit Agency
Mr Balwant Vekaria
britishhomeofficeukunit1@yahoo.co.uk
+447024034541
Immigration and Nationality Department
2 Marsham Street, London,
SW1P 4DF
London, United Kingdom
The Work Permit agency will also assist you in obtaining a UK working Visa
from the British Embassy in your country after your work permit is issued
The Company would proceed with your travel arrangements to london as soon
as your work permit and OTIP certificate is obtained .Please note that the job has been secured
for you by the Management of the Company.
Congratulations once more!!!
Dr Stanley Morgan

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