Pablo Ruiz-Viajessalvattiera.com Travel Agency Job Scam

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9 Responses

  1. mike says:

    ADMIN, don’t be an idiot, the person who posted under STEVEN SHOVA works for the scammers trying to deflect your suspicions that the travel agency in question is a scam, which it certainly is.

    • admin says:

      Oh I assure you, I’m definitely no idiot, my suspicions was not deflected by Steven Shova at all! Didn’t you notice that he never responded to my questions??

      However it is a fact that there is a legitimate agency at http://www.viajessalvatierra.com (one “t”) located in Alcalá de Guadaira, Spain, and their Facebook page is located here: https://www.facebook.com/departamentocomercial/. Just like I previously stated, this company is in no way associated with Pablo Ruiz and Viajessalvattiera.com (2 “ts”) or the most recent domain viajesalvatiera.com (registered 11/28).

  2. Ashlee says:

    I also received an email from this company and “pablo”. Seems many people try to convince he is real, like person above, but some thing seems fishy about the company.

    • admin says:

      There is a legitimate Travel Agency called Viajessalvatierra (only one “t” in the spelling) and it’s possible there may be someone named Pablo that works for them. However, what has happened is that scammers registered a domain called Viajessalvattiera.com (two “t’s in the spelling) and then set it up as a redirect on their host so when visitors clicked on their domain link they was redirected to the actual legitimate business website. The scammers then used the fraudulent domain they registered for the email server only in order to recruit and trick jobseekers into beleiving they were the legitimate company and was being offered a real job. These scammers has several different domains they have registered that are similar names to actual real Travel Agencies. They also registered another version of this same domain name under this spelling viajesalvatiera.com on 11/28. This was after we published this article.
      So they are obviously running quite a few of these scams. Be careful.

  3. Ashlee says:

    I recieved an email from this company also.

  4. Steven Shova says:

    I checked the legitimacy of the company. They fully meet all legal regulations for working in the United States. I also learned that Pablo works in this organization for a long time, someone hacked into his mailbox and decided to deceive people. I warned the company about this and they have already decided this issue.

    • admin says:

      What agency or person did you contact to verify the legitimacy of this company and what documentation did you obtain that proves they fully meet all legal regulations for working in the United States? Would you care to share that information please? Or did you simply take their word for it from whoever you talked to at Viajessalvattiera.com?

      As we reported in the article, Viajessalvattiera.com was just registered by someone in Russia in September and since we published this article the website is now no longer online. So just how long is “a long time” that Pablo worked for this “organization”? What is the legal name of this Organization since all of their websites have different business names and different contact info?

      This same person in Russia registered 8 domains in Sept and 3 more in November so far and some of them redirect to totally different domain names and websites registered to someone else in different countries which has been online for many years. This is another well known tactic that scammers use to deceive potential victims.

      There is a legitimate Travel agency at http://www.viajessalvatierra.com. Notice there is only one “t” in the spelling. The scammers stole the identity of this business and created the website Viajessalvattiera.com to lure jobseekers into a money mule scam. They set up a redirect on the website that sent visitors to the legitimate website and used the fake domain for their email to contact victims.

  5. Steven Shova says:

    I read your review and decided to write a letter to the company, try to get a job and to find out if it’s true. It seems to me that you exaggerate, because I was already working on a similar company and it is honestly fulfilled its obligations.

    • admin says:

      If you worked for a similar company and it was legit, that’s great. I never said ALL Travel agency jobs are a scam. But I assure you, this is no exaggeration, this particular Travel Agency is a money mule scam based on my conversation with the victim who now has to pay her bank back plus fees for the bad check he sent her. Plus she is now worried that her identity has been stolen! So I’m sure they will be more than happy to hire you and get their hands on your money as well.


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