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All Scam Types
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Getting job offers that are way too good to be true.
Example of a scammer pretending to be the HR personnel of a company that's offering high pay for easy tasks:
Scammers pose as HR representatives or agents, posting fake job listings on social media and legitimate job sites.
They entice victims to share personal info, money, or complete tasks under false pretenses.
They promise high pay or rewards for 'easy tasks' without prior interviews.
They might request upfront fees for job application processing, training materials, or related services. Then, they will vanish after receiving the payment.
They may also solicit your personal banking details for further scams.
Do your research & check with credible sources.
Do not bank into individual accounts or non-related job accounts on request for deposit, passport clearance arrangement, etc.
Do not share your bank account or banking details.