The Emirates notified on their official website tips on how to identify a fake job from a real offer.
The statement says,
“It has come to our attention that various people and organisations unrelated to the Emirates Group are sending emails or otherwise contacting individuals offering fraudulent employment opportunities in the Emirates Group. These people and organisations may request personal information or money from you in order to progress the application. We would therefore advise that you never provide your bank account or credit card details as part of a job application.
During our recruitment process you would always meet in person with an Emirates Group employee or representative for an interview before any formal offer of employment is made.
Emirates Group will never ask for money transfers or payment of any kind from job applicants., and will never ask for advance payment from you towards travel expenses or visas/work permits if your application is successful. Be wary of anyone who asks you for money in order to take up a job opportunity with Emirates Group as this offer will be fraudulent.
If you receive an email that appears to be from Emirates that instructs you to send replies to an email address other than one ending with “@emirates.com” or from “email@example.com” please treat it as fraudulent and notify us through the recruitment help desk so we can take appropriate action as quickly as possible.”
Source Credit: Khaleej Times