You should definitely question this offer. There are similar situations in which unsuspecting new employees are asked to process financial transactions to ensure their position. This, of course, turns out to be fraud. Your offer contains none of the normal parameters expected from an international employer. Even though it looks attractive, you should proceed with much caution and undertake a thorough background check, including references from other recruits. My first reaction would be to ignore this “to good to be true” offer. For more information, consult The International Job Search (for registered users).
I received an offer of employment from a company in Spain after submitting my resume and completing an application. I never thought I’d get it, because I don’t have much experience, but they told me that I was selected for the job. I was expecting them to interview me, but they haven’t even asked me any questions. I really want to go, but I want to make sure I’m doing the right thing. Help!
-Male, 22, West Haven. CT