This one is a classic. Has been around quite a lot.
It's good you did not send any money.
The domain of their email "immigrationservicedept.com" was created last month (2017-01-26) according to WhoiIs: http://whois.domaintools.com/immigrationservicedept.com If you go to that page, you will find the email address of their registrar, name.com (based in Denver CO): email@example.com where you can report them.
I had received an employment offer from:
Mr. Abi Noor Ashok (Principal)
Kolej Yayasan Saad Melaka
P.O Box 495,
75670 Ayer Keroh, Melaka,
Call us +60 626 3157/+60 14 3707 790
Mr. Ashok then asked me to contact:
Malaysian Immigration Service Department
Mr. Idelhaj Jamali Usman, Head of Immigration Officer
Things looked fairly ligit to this point, so I submitted requested documentation. Then Mr. Usman subsequently sent me an invoice for an amount exceeding $2,000 US ($9,360 MYR) for two-years employment visa, national ID card, teaching certificate, tax clearance, courier delivery service, and one year flight ticket, with instructions to make a bank transfer to a CIMB bank account.
The Malaysia Immigration service says that only the sponsor/employer can apply for the work visa. And common sense tells us that official funds would not be paid through a bank transfer to a personal account.
I have reported this to two different departments of the Immigration Department of Malaysia.
This makes two horrible experiences with employers in Malaysia. KYP then this one. It's a shame that these institutions bring such shame on Malaysia and its people.