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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your Correct Fees

Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.
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Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.  Advertisement           Sponsored Links             Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants.   (I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)      Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.  Please refer to the tables below for reference.      Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions.   The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.  OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.  Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich

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Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.  Advertisement           Sponsored Links             Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants.   (I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)      Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.  Please refer to the tables below for reference.      Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions.   The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.  OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.  Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants. 
(I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)

Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.  Advertisement           Sponsored Links             Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants.   (I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)      Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.  Please refer to the tables below for reference.      Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions.   The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.  OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.  Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.
Please refer to the tables below for reference.
Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.  Advertisement           Sponsored Links             Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants.   (I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)      Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.  Please refer to the tables below for reference.      Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions.   The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.  OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.  Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Due to lack of job opportunities in their country, the existing age limit for job hiring and inadequate salary, Filipinos resort to working abroad. In order to be deployed, they would seek the help of recruitment agencies and believe and follow what the recruiters would tell them to do. Many agencies make a good fortune by "helping" people land on their desired job. Some job applicants even do desperate things to produce the needed money just to make sure that they will get that overseas job. Some even sell their valuables such as parcels of land, cars, and they even find someone to lend them cash to the extent that they would be neck deep in debt. Little that they know that some illegal and even legal recruitment agencies take advantage of them by asking too much money without even issuing a receipt. POEA strongly warn all overseas job applicants to be vigilant and smart enough not to fall victim to these schemes.  Advertisement           Sponsored Links             Many recruitment agencies, including those which are duly accredited and licensed by the POEA, collects fees and not issuing the appropriate receipts to the applicants.   (I can attest to that because even my recruitment agency collected placement fee before my deployment several years ago but instead of giving me a receipt, which I asked them to give me, they gave a small piece of paper where the amount was written saying that it was a payment for my expenses bound to my country of destination. It was my first time working overseas so I hardly know about anything about it.)      Knowing the right prices could save you from abusive recruiters. In the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) program of POEA where OFWs were informed about being an overseas worker, some module talks about how much you should be paying.  Please refer to the tables below for reference.      Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions.   The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.  OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.  Read More:  Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs  Look! Hut Built For NPA Surrenderees  Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    Skilled Workers In The UAE Can Now Have Maximum Of Two Part-time Jobs    Former OFW In Dubai Now Earning P25K A Week From Her Business    Top Search Engines In The Philippines For Finding Jobs Abroad    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
Do not be fooled by the recruiters. Should you need anything to pay, do not refrain from demanding a receipt. If your agency still insists not to give you, you may report them directly to POEA for appropriate actions. 
The only reason why these kinds of abuse still exist is that nobody wants to oppose and expose it.
OFWs are modern heroes, we should not remain to be milking cows of anyone.


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