Unethical Recruitment Agencies in the Philippines

POEA List of Cancelled Recruitment Agencies

Hans Leo J. Cacdac, the Administrator of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), has warned overseas Filipino workers not to deal with recruitment agencies whose licenses have been cancelled.

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The following was shown on his Facebook Account on 9th April 2015

POEA List of Cancelled Recruitment Agencies for 2014 — cancelled on account of unethical recruitment practices and violations of PHL recruitment laws and regulations:

A-M Phil. Professional Services Corporation
Al-Siq International Placement and Manpower Services, Inc.
AFT International Manpower Services
Aguila Management and Resources Corporation
Al-Ahram International Group Services, Inc.
Al-Sadiq Manpower Corporation
Apex Grande International Labor Agency
Asian International Manpower Services Inc.
Asmara International Placement Agency, Inc.
Batie International Manpower Services, Inc.
Bobstar International Recruitment Agency, Inc.
B & E Overseas Manpower Services Corporation
Chronos International Manpower Corporation
Creative Artist Placement Services, Inc.
Dalandan International Manpower Inc.
Dream Fame International Manpower Corporation
Dywen International Manpower Agency
Expeditor International Manpower Services Co.
Experts Placement Agency Inc.
Findstaff Placement Services, Inc.
France Asia International, Inc.
Global Care International Manpower Services
Global Unlimited International Manpower, Inc.
Globrec Manpower Services Inc.
Gerardo J. Santos Manpower
Goodman International Manpower Incorporated
IDM Manpower Services
Inter-Globe Manpower & Consultancy Services, Inc.
Jade Jobwell Philippines, Inc.
Japhil 2000 International Agency Corporation
Jenar Maritime, Inc.
Jovineria Manpower Services
Kabayan Ko Overseas Manpower Placement
Kookies International Recruitment Agency, Inc.
Meccaj Manpower International Services
M.G.M International Recruitment Services, Inc.
Mind Resources Corporation
Nahed International Manpower Services
Non-Stop Overseas Employment Corporation
Pacific Mediterrenian International Manpower Agency, Inc.
Perfect Employment Agency Corporation
PERT-CPM Manpower Exponents Company, Inc.
Renaissance Staffing Support Center, Inc.
Ridzkey Human Resources International Services
Sacred Heart International Services, Inc.
Sand-dune International Manpower Services
Saranay Philippines, Inc.
Seven Ocean International Manpower Corporation
Sherine Manpower Services, Inc.
Sunshine Recruitment Agency, Inc.
Sky Top Service Contractors, Inc.
Sunshine Recruitment Agency, Inc.
Tuem International Manpower Corporation
Wandy Overseas Placement Agency, Inc.
YMC International Manpower Services

The current status of recruitment Agencies can be checked at: http://www.poea.gov.ph/cgi-bin/aglist.asp

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  2. Over 100 jobseekers lose up to P215k to illegal recruiter

    April 7, 2015

    An alleged illegal recruiter milked P130,000 to P215,000 in processing fees from 130 men and women from Manila, Ilocos, Abra, and Bicol in a job scam promising work abroad.

    The victims were recruited through Facebook and promised employment in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and South Korea after they paid the processing fees, according to the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO), which discovered the scam.

    The CFO said after paying the fee, the victims were instructed to meet with a fixer to arrange their attendance in the required Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) at the CFO’s main office in Manila on March 27.

    But upon checking, CFO officials said the receipts for payments presented by the victims were not registered with the Bureau of Internal Revenue. The inspection revealed that the men and women were victims of an illegal recruitment operation.

    More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/465594/pinoyabroad/crime/over-100-jobseekers-lose-up-to-p215k-to-illegal-recruiter

  3. The POEA has also cancelled the licenses of two recruiters involved in the deployment of an abused domestic worker.

    Administrator Hans Leo J. Cacdac said that WMG International Recruitment Agency and TCI Recruitment Corporation were involved in a classic case of reprocessing of job orders wherein a recruitment agency uses the job order of another agency in the processing of employment documents and deployment of an applicant for overseas job.

    Details at: http://www.poea.gov.ph/news/2015/PR_April2015_TCI_WMG.pdf

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