We have been informed by Amjet Executive that someone is impersonating one of their employees and offering pilots and flight attendants false job opportunities on a number of aviation recruitment websites. This note is to highlight this scam to the wider aviation community as prior to offering a job offer, the person falsely representing Amjet is asking for an upfront payment for pre-employment training. This activity has been highlighted to the authorities by Amjet's legal team.
If you or any of your colleagues receive an unsolicited email from someone suggesting they are recruiting on behalf of Amjet Executive then we suggest that you speak with someone from Amjet (via the contact details on their website http://www.amjetexecutive.com/en/) to pass on the details and certainly scrutinise any job offer that demands an upfront payment for pre-employment training. It is most unfortunate that this is occurring in our industry but by highlighting it we can hopefully ensure that no-one is fooled by this elaborate scam.
For information, the real Amjet is a European air charter company operating business jets, headquartered in the Greek city of Athens with a brokerage department based in Geneva, Switzerland. It flies Dassault Falcons, an Airbus A319CJ and a corporate-configured McDonnell Douglas MD-83