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Tuesday, August 02, 2016

LISTS OF RECRUITMENT AGENCIES WITH CANCELLED LICENSES


Job recruiting services is a money-maker but with job postings sites just about anywhere with the advent of free or cheaper internet access all over the world, we should be wary of recruitment agencies, and online job posting sites. Some agencies manages a website, but we should always verify not only the validity of the job advertising but also the employment agencies online if they are valid or accredited. 

Going abroad is not easy.There are lots of different stories entailed everyone who are already working abroad or even those who are planning to work outside the country.Some of them sell properties,being deeply indebted just to meet all the requirements and paying the medical,processing and the placement fee.Most OFWs can tell the hardships they underwent just to work abroad,from applying  to actually being finally hired.

Unfortunately,not everyone who apply for work and pay the fees are lucky enough to be deployed.Some of them are being victimized by illegal recruiters.Lured by sweet promises and enticing ads,they fall victims of the heartless recruiters without their knowledge.
As our advice to those who are planning to work abroad: 

Be wise.
Verify the agency thru POEA website if they have legal job orders and valid licenses issued by the POEA.
To avoid being victimized by these scheme,we provided you with the lists of recruitment agencies to avoid.



HERE ARE THE LISTS OF RECRUITMENT AGENCIES WITH LICENSES CANCELLED BY THE POEA

1. MARI HUMAN RESOURCES, INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
2. CHOSEN DIVINE MERCY MANPOWER SERVICES CORPORATION - Excessive collection of placement fees, Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
3. KOSEN INTERNATIONAL INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
4. AL-WALIH INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES CO. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a worker bearing a false overseas employment certificate (OEC)
5. CHANCETEAM INTERNATIONAL SERVICES INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker with a cashier visa
6. TRUSTWORTHY INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER CORPORATION - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
7. PRESTIGE SEARCH INTERNATIONAL, INC. - Excessive placement fees
8. TCI RECRUITMENT CORPORATION - Illegal exactions involving a domestic worker
9. VALENTINO PROMOTION RECRUITMENT INTERNATIONAL AGENCY, INC. -- Illegal exactions involving a domestic worker
10. UNI-LINK OVERSEAS PLACEMENT AGENCY CORPORATION - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
11. MID-SOUTH SHIP AND CREW MANAGEMENT INC. – For charging or accepting directly or indirectly any amount of money from an applicant seafarer.
12. WONDER STAR CORPORATION - Illegal exactions involving a domestic worker
13. RAYSA INTERNATIONAL SMART EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (RISES) CORPORATION - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
14. M.R. INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC. (formerly M.R. INTERNATIONAL TALENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES) - Excessive placement fees
15. KIMOBO INTERNATIONAL PERSONNEL SERVICES INC. - Excessive placement fees
16. SPRING RESOURCES MANAGEMENT & PROMOTION INC. - Excessive placement fees
17. AL-MASIYA OVERSEAS PLACEMENT AGENCY INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving workers with fake OWWA pre-departure training certificates
18. BEST ONE INTERNATIONAL SERVICES & CONSULTANCY INC. - Illegal exactions and Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
19. ACCESGLOBAL INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC. – Misrepresentation (3rd offense) in securing or renewal of license through falsification of job orders
20. GUTS INTERNATIONAL SERVICES CORPORATION - Excessive placement fees


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21. MARIE GOLD INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES - Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
22. WANDA RESOURCES AND MANPOWER CORPORATION - Excessive placement fees
23. LAM HEALTHCARE STAFFING CORPORATION - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
24. FILSCANDIA MANPOWER RECRUITMENT SERVICES INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker with a physical fitness trainor visa
25. MMS ASIA GROUP RESOURCE CORPORATION -Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker processed as a saleslady
26. EFFICIENT INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC. -Excessive placement fees and Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
27. STRONGHOLD MANPOWER INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY CORPORATION - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
28. EASYWAY INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY CO. -Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
29. GREENGATE MANPOWER SERVICES CO. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a domestic worker
30. ZAREIKO PRODUCTIONS, INC. - Excessive placement fees
31. RILEY INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICES - Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
32. SML HUMAN RESOURCES INC. - Illegal exactions involving a domestic worker and Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
33. THE LAMPLIGHT INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES - Excessive placement fees and Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
34. MAYAN INTERNATIONAL STAFFING AGENCY, INC. - Illegal exactions and Misrepresentation (3rd offense) involving a caregiver
35. ELBEITAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC. - Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
36. AL-NIEL INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT - Misrepresentation (3rd offense)
37.IDM MANPOWER SERVICES-excessive placement fees

RECRUITMENT AGENCIES  ,TRAVEL AGENCIES AND TRAINING CENTERS  CLOSED DOWN BY POEA FOR  ILLEGAL  RECRUITMENT ACTIVITIES

LEADWAY PLACEMENT CAREER SERVICES

POINTERS CAREER CONSULTANCY (ORBIT HUMAN RESOURCES LIMITED)

GROSELEX MANPOWER SERVICES

CIRCLE OF 8 (formerly JMP POLARIS NAVIGATION INC.)

PEARL ASIA TRAVEL AND TOURS

KIWI ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING CENTER

ROSELINK TECHNICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING CENTER, INC

ROVEJANE MANPOWER SERVICES

GEMELLI TRAVEL AND TOURS

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SEE ALSO:  WARNING: Recruitment Agencies with Suspended,Delisted, Cancelled and Revoked POEA Licenses (2015 and BEYOND)

2016 LIST: SEARCH THE STATUS OF RECRUITMENT AGENCIES THAT ARE ACCREDITED OR LICENSED BY POEA

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Dominador Say, undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), said that talks are underway with Chinese embassy officials on this possibility. China’s five major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen will soon be the destination for Filipino domestic workers who are seeking higher income.
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