2017 March 13 13:45 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID28255) may contain the following files:
Name | Size in Bytes | MD5 Checksum
crew particulars.zip / crew particulars.pif
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: RE: MV " TBN " - CREW EXCHANGE
RE: MV " TBN " - CREW EXCHANGE
Dear Madam or Sir, good day!
We are the crew manager of the above mentioned vessel and kindly ask you to assist us in arranging a crew exchange when M/V
" TBN " is calling your good port ETA. 21.03.2017.
Copy of joiners Passport, Seaman’s Book, visa copy and contact details with Respective personal data and flight details are
Please assist with immigration, transportation and reasonable accommodation if required.
Kindly apply for Exit Visa for the Off-signer.
Kindly arrange for visa upon arrival / OK TO BOARD (where applicable) and revert with copy of same at your earliest
We will await your confirmation that all is in order & thank you in advance for your assistance.
We will appreciate if you can send us latest copy of the DCL of all joiners for our perusal and confirm readiness to join
as per scheduled crew change.
Kindly note that all original documents MUST be onhand prior crew dispatched.
We only accept invoices and disbursements in PDF format by email to E-ACC-Crew-INV@Doehle.de
Please address all crew related invoices and disbursements as follows:
MLC, 2006 Compliance
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