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Recruitment Fraud

Recruitment Scam
 It has come to Al Hosn Gas attention that false vacancy announcements or job offers are being circulated on the internet. The purpose of these announcements is to obtain privileged information from individuals, or to induce people to pay a fee for services related to recruiting or training.
The aforementioned individuals are in no way authorized to act on behalf of Al Hosn Gas, therefore the said offers are completely fake and not valid. We treat such abuse seriously and have already taken steps with competent local law enforcement to investigate and prosecute these kind of illicit activities and by publishing details of such abuses we aim to reduce the opportunities for the scammers to profit from their activities and to prevent individuals falling victim to fraudulent practices. Therefore, if you receive a request, either electronically or verbally, for an interview of a job offer that you believe is or might be fraudulent or suspicious, please disregard them.
Please note that genuine Al Hosn Gas vacancies are announced only on Al Hosn Gas official website as well as any job offer on behalf of Al Hosn Gas should be received officially only through the official channels. Please be aware that Al Hosn Gas doesn’t charge or authorize the charging of any fees in recruiting or facilitating recruitment processes. Should you have any doubts about the authenticity of any email, letter, or telephone communication purported from, for, or on behalf of Al Hosn Gas, please send us an email query to; before taking any further action in relation to the correspondence.
The following are some examples of signs of recruitment fraud in violation of Al Hosn Gas’s employment processes and ethical practices:
•The email address indicated is not sent from an official Al Hosn Gas email which ends by “”, but from a free e-mail service such as: Hotmail, Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo,...
•The person you are supposed to deal with does not have a direct telephone line / who never answer when you call their number, but return your call later (from a different number).
•You are asked for private or confidential information or interview over the phone or via an instant-messenger type program.
•You are requested to pay a fee in order to process your visas, work permits etc.
•You are requested to complete fake recruitment documentation, such as an application or employment visa forms, (the Al Hosn Gas name and logo could be counterfeit and featured on the documentation without authority).
•Insistence on urgency.
We sincerely regret any inconvenience caused by these individuals which are beyond our control. We reject any responsibility or liability as a result of a fake job announcement, offer or a scam on the internet which involves our business. We remain at your disposal for any clarifications you may need.