Fake superior energy services job postings are scam

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Rob in San Antonio, Texas

29 months ago

There are fraudulant job posts by "superior energy services" for EH&S/Safety/Safety Specialist. These postings are scams, please do not apply or send your resume to these postings if the job post DOES NOT send you DIRECTLY to superior energy services website or the email registers at superiorenergy-services.com. the real web address is superiorenergy.com. if you asnswer the fake post you will be sent an official looking email with a 2 year contract to train in the UK and offer of 9559 brittish pounds per month. they offer to pay your 1st check before you leave for the UK in an attempt to get you bank account information. I was smart and contacted the real superior energy human resources. if you recieved any emails with the web address superiorenergy-services.com with the name of Bain Taylor or Richard McAlister, please contact the real superior energy human resource.

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Persie Jonas in San Antonio, Texas

28 months ago

Thanks for sharing Rob;
I received a similar e-mail for Chemical Engineer position and Richard McAlister as their HR Admin and a 10 page questionaire!!
I usually search people on Linkedin and this time it did not match anyone.
Saved some time for me.

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Keith Austin Sr in Denham Springs, Louisiana

7 months ago

I was in the process of completing the application with them and something told be to stop. So, I stopped completing the application and clicked off. I kept getting e-mails from them to remind me to finish. I have not. I am glad to see this post. WoW, that sixth sense is real. Thanks, Keith

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