Below are email addresses and other details of known scammers. For your own protection, you are recommended never to respond or send requested documents to these email addresses or entities.
donotreplyjobprogress @ gmail.com
ombroapplicationdocument @ gmail.com
supremeappointments @ gmail.com
universeappointmentsdirect @ gmail.com
any domain ending in .tk (a small island in the South Pacific)
"Maggit School" supposedly in Dubai
fax numbers: 0866590609, 0866503018
There are/will be many, many more such nonsense email addresses/domains/names. But the scams are actually quite easy to spot. First of all, if you try to browse to the website of the relevant domain (eg humanresource.com) you may find it is "for sale". Also, small mistakes in idiomatic English may be another dead giveaway, for example the missing "s" in humanresource.com.
- They usually start off saying that you responded to one of their job ads.
They then request, "in order that we can process your application", that you fax them a whole host of documents including CV and photo.
They may urge you to do this urgently because "positions are limited."
They may finish by saying that if you don't hear from them within 10 days "you can assume that your application was not successful, this time."
Everything is generic. You are addressed as "Dear Jobseeker" or suchlike, not by name.