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Scam Jasmijn Energy Group genuine?

juan.ocasio

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this email just came in

Dear Juan,

Thank you for your email. I will further instruct you on the supplier's details for payment by Wednesday.

I will be in the USA between the 3rd and 4th week of February, I would love to meet you in person if convenient with you. I will be in New York and will be going to Buffalo town to oversee the final assessment of the proposed project site and level of facility construction. Let me know if you will be available for a few hours between 22nd & 26th February and be assured Jasmijn Energy will be responsible for your local flight and reservation (if you require one), Jasmijn Energy will discuss your personal cost for this meeting with you as we finalize arrangements. I can adjust my calendar to fit your timing if necessary.

I will make details of my trip available as they unfold.

Best regards
Justin Sano.
 

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This seems to be a pretty elaborate scheme. Thanks for sharing those details!
 

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Oh WOW!

Thank You Very Much, Thomas!

I've noticed some red flags during the process of communication. One of them, that I've never could figure out is How they found me to begin with.

They're basically offered me to be their "Business Partner Representative" in the US with specific salary plus 5% as a bonus for my performance. Their website looked legit from the first glance, and they're said they've got 2 projects starting in the JFK and Pearson airports for the aviation-grade kerosene storage facilities.

My role would be to collect funds from the investment firm (capital ventures company) Bluecoop Investment Management - "Bluecoop Company" with specific person's name and email address to get in touch with and request the release of funds ....

Now that I've checked that domain, it's been registered in Aug. 2020.

Sure is a clever looking operation ...

It's funny, that after I did send an email to the specified person at "Bluecoop Company", the original sender has deleted or deactivated his email account: Jasmijn Energy Groups <[email protected]> and I'm getting a bounced back auto replies:

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Sorry, we were unable to deliver your message to the following address.

<[email protected]>:
No mx record found for domain=jasmijngroup.com
======================

Lesson learned from these financial scammers and criminals for sure ...

By the way, the very first email came from the same person "Justin", but a different email address: [email protected]

Be very careful out there everyone!

Thank You Very Much again for your HELP!!!
 
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Here we go again:

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Hello Alex​

Mar 26 at 5:12 AM​
Richard Quansah Amissah <[email protected]>
To: [email protected] <[email protected]>

We are currently in need of your service for Oil & Gas construction and
equipment management. Get back for details.
=======================

What are the chances, that it's the same company ?

I'll start this game just to get the name of this Scammer Company.
 

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"baocorporation.com" was registered six weeks ago, probably their latest playground.
 

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I just received an offer from "Justin Sano" as well. Exactly the same M.O.

By the way, a certain "lee xia" from POSCO Korea kept on bugging me for weeks before "Justin" sent me an email. I'm fairly certain that these guys from the same scam/money laundering group.
 

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"baocorporation.com" was registered six weeks ago, probably their latest playground.


Here we go:

Re: Hello Alex​

Mar 30 at 6:27 PM
Boa Yamaki - SND Oil Company, Ltd. <[email protected]>
To: Alex <[email protected]>
Business Subsidiary Manager: Part-Time.
SND Oil Company.
$126,000 a year


Dear Alex,
Thank you for reaching out about this Business Subsidiary Manager opportunity.
The opportunity has arisen for us to open a Business subsidiary. We seek a Part-Time Business Subsidiary Manager who will be responsible for a broad range of activities including client support, coordinate maintenance, and generate investment-related initiatives outside oil drilling and construction. We are accepting applications currently and expect to schedule interviews in the next couple of weeks.
PAY: $126,000 PA and other benefits.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION it redirects to our application page. These slots fill quickly, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible. We are very pleased with the opportunity to deepen our partnership with a Subsidiary Manager and believe our idea provides the most comprehensive approach for SND Oil to execute its strategy successfully. This initiative is critical for SND Oil to differentiate its service delivery model during an industry shift towards growing customer share.
Our diagnostic work earlier this year suggests that a successful Subsidiary program for equipment rental and sales program could boost the company revenue up at least 200% over the next 12-24 months and add $480 to $556 million in annual revenues.
As important, a successful redesign of existing operating processes will allow SND Oil to substantially improve turnaround times for customers and free up time-consuming tasks carried out by frontline staff in Japan. We, therefore, view operations transformation not simply as gaining efficiencies in group office processes, but as a strategic catalyst to lower cost, reduce international frontline work, improve customer service, increase operations and efficiency outside Japan, and increase SND Oil’s capabilities as we offer more complex products and services to the market.
As such, the Subsidiary Manager (Part-Time) is an integral part of our customer-centric strategy that must be executed in full alignment with SND’s new strategic direction. To submit an application, "CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION"
Business Manager Job Responsibilities:
Provides materials, equipment, and supplies by directing receiving, heavy construction equipment, and distribution services; supervising our business, Provide quality customer service, Create and coordinate sales associates’ schedules, Handle cash, check, direct deposit and card transactions.
Business Manager Job Duties:
§ Maintains receiving, cranes, rigs, and distribution operations by initiating, coordinating, and enforcing lease/rental program, operational, and personnel policies and procedures.
§ Controls inventory levels by conducting physical counts.
§ Maintains physical condition of our equipment; inspecting equipment; issuing work orders for repair and requisitions for replacement.
§ Achieves financial objectives by preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
§ Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
§ Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.
§ Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Business Manager Skills and Qualifications:
Supervision, Developing Budgets, Safety Management, Developing Standards, Managing Processes, Surveillance Skills, Inventory Control, Reporting Skills, Analyzing Information, Equipment Maintenance, Judgment
If you have any difficulties applying for this job, feel free to email me.

Best,
Boa Yamaki
President and Representative Director,
SND Oil Company, Ltd.
+81 50 5534 6076


Since this is a new company, it may need to be posted as a separate thread, but I just wanted to update this post with followed up details.
Granted, I won't even waste my time with them, like I did with the Jasmijn Energy Group.
 

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Thanks for the heads-up! I'll start a new thread for Boa or SND, but I'm sure it won't be the last we hear of Justin Sano's "business empire".
 

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I agree, they keep growing (popping up) like mushrooms after the rain ....

Thank You thomas for your help !!!
 

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Here we go:

Re: Hello Alex​

Mar 30 at 6:27 PM
Boa Yamaki - SND Oil Company, Ltd. <[email protected]>
To: Alex <[email protected]>
Business Subsidiary Manager: Part-Time.
SND Oil Company.
$126,000 a year


Dear Alex,
Thank you for reaching out about this Business Subsidiary Manager opportunity.
The opportunity has arisen for us to open a Business subsidiary. We seek a Part-Time Business Subsidiary Manager who will be responsible for a broad range of activities including client support, coordinate maintenance, and generate investment-related initiatives outside oil drilling and construction. We are accepting applications currently and expect to schedule interviews in the next couple of weeks.
PAY: $126,000 PA and other benefits.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION it redirects to our application page. These slots fill quickly, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible. We are very pleased with the opportunity to deepen our partnership with a Subsidiary Manager and believe our idea provides the most comprehensive approach for SND Oil to execute its strategy successfully. This initiative is critical for SND Oil to differentiate its service delivery model during an industry shift towards growing customer share.
Our diagnostic work earlier this year suggests that a successful Subsidiary program for equipment rental and sales program could boost the company revenue up at least 200% over the next 12-24 months and add $480 to $556 million in annual revenues.
As important, a successful redesign of existing operating processes will allow SND Oil to substantially improve turnaround times for customers and free up time-consuming tasks carried out by frontline staff in Japan. We, therefore, view operations transformation not simply as gaining efficiencies in group office processes, but as a strategic catalyst to lower cost, reduce international frontline work, improve customer service, increase operations and efficiency outside Japan, and increase SND Oil’s capabilities as we offer more complex products and services to the market.
As such, the Subsidiary Manager (Part-Time) is an integral part of our customer-centric strategy that must be executed in full alignment with SND’s new strategic direction. To submit an application, "CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION"
Business Manager Job Responsibilities:
Provides materials, equipment, and supplies by directing receiving, heavy construction equipment, and distribution services; supervising our business, Provide quality customer service, Create and coordinate sales associates’ schedules, Handle cash, check, direct deposit and card transactions.
Business Manager Job Duties:
§ Maintains receiving, cranes, rigs, and distribution operations by initiating, coordinating, and enforcing lease/rental program, operational, and personnel policies and procedures.
§ Controls inventory levels by conducting physical counts.
§ Maintains physical condition of our equipment; inspecting equipment; issuing work orders for repair and requisitions for replacement.
§ Achieves financial objectives by preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
§ Maintains staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.
§ Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.
§ Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Business Manager Skills and Qualifications:
Supervision, Developing Budgets, Safety Management, Developing Standards, Managing Processes, Surveillance Skills, Inventory Control, Reporting Skills, Analyzing Information, Equipment Maintenance, Judgment
If you have any difficulties applying for this job, feel free to email me.

Best,
Boa Yamaki
President and Representative Director,
SND Oil Company, Ltd.
+81 50 5534 6076


Since this is a new company, it may need to be posted as a separate thread, but I just wanted to update this post with followed up details.
Granted, I won't even waste my time with them, like I did with the Jasmijn Energy Group.
Well, thank you for this. I have the same "offer letter" and it is intriguing. Fortunately, I landed here and can see through this clever scam.
 

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Thanks for all your contributions! It's good to know that this thread helps others avoid falling prey to those scammers.
 

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I received a job offer from a different company, SND Oil, that has all the same issues as those listed in the other posts. What's really interesting is that my original contact was a veterinarian in Ontario, Canada. Responded back with a list of questions, we'll see what happens from here.
 

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I received a job offer from a different company, SND Oil, that has all the same issues as those listed in the other posts. What's really interesting is that my original contact was a veterinarian in Ontario, Canada. Responded back with a list of questions, we'll see what happens from here.

Thank You, Just an FYI:

That SND Oil company has a separate thread:

 
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