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I've received an appointment letter from HUSKY ENERGY INC i want to know if it's real r not

Jul 26, 2019
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i had been sent an appointment letter from HUSKY ENERGY INC in which my name itself is misspelled and i don't c the contact number matching the companies contact details
they contacted me through this mail: info.canadia.joboffer@gmail.com
PHONE: +12892324071
but i didn't c this one as their contact details in any of their official website
only gud part is they didn't asked for any payment yet

i have been offered ELECTRICAL ENGINEER post for a monthly pay of 10500 per month

i just want to know is this a real one r fake
 
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i had been sent an appointment letter from HUSKY ENERGY INC in which my name itself is misspelled and i don't c the contact number matching the companies contact details
they contacted me through this mail: info.canadia.joboffer@gmail.com
PHONE: +12892324071
but i didn't c this one as their contact details in any of their official website
only gud part is they didn't asked for any payment yet

i have been offered ELECTRICAL ENGINEER post for a monthly pay of 10500 per month

i just want to know is this a real one r fake
Fake.
 

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Is there any means i can get a job over there from here in India?

cos i would like to move over there
It is almost impossible to get a job offer from outside Canada unless you have a unique skill not readily available given employers are not willing to spend the money or time when local candidates are available.

Nothing to stop you looking through sites such as Indeed or Linkedin but do not expect any responses and be aware of all the scams that are out there such as this one waiting to take your money.

If you cannot qualify through express entry then the odds of moving to Canada are slim.
 
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This one is fake for sure. I have worked in a team responsible for recruitment for various oil and gas companies, and we keep getting such scam notifications every other day.

All the official correspondence by an organization is done by a registered email address (for eg. <contact name>@<companyname>.com

Don't fall for such tricks. If you are abroad, the best bet is to try and optimize your resume to Canadian style, make connections with Canadian recruiters and company contacts over LinkedIn and look for relevant opportunities to apply and ask recommendations from.

Now I'm not sure how much active you are on LinkedIn, or how well you've crafted your resume to suit the Canadian market, but here are some resources I recommend to new Canadians to help them get jobs. Might be helpful to you as well:
Also, these are resources that help (and have helped) people who are new to Canada to find good, office jobs easily. Since you are not here, I recommend going through the Express Entry Calculator and testing out your qualifications. Here's Canada government's official calculator: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/crs-tool.asp

Remember: If you don't qualify, please do not risk your money and time on fake promises made by travel agents and immigration agencies. Please focus on building your skills meanwhile. Companies do recruit international candidates from time to time, especially for skills that are short in their homeland. Focus on them.
Good luck!