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Job Advertising scam
The crunching economy of South Africa, and my empty
wallet lead me to the hunt for some extra job that can be done after hours.
After I looked at numerous job sites my eye caught this advertisement on
This job is suitable
Sep 10, 2012
Nov 9, 2012
This is a Freelance position and you will be
working as a Data Processor from the comfort of your home.
Applicants need the following in order to function effectively:
• Internet connection
•Word processing software
• Basic marketing knowledge
• Good command of English
• Valid E-mail address and bank account
•South African citizens only
For further information please E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org After I e-mailed the contact person, he/she came back to me with an e-mail stating, I can apply for the job but I need to buy a Training Manual of R180. Only there after I can start working. After I did all the above mentioned, and paid the R180 for the manual in the following account: S Viljoen ABSA Acc nr: 9273400163 Br nr: 632005 The person send me a Training Manual stating I should do exactly what she did to me with other people. Which is basically making advertisements, posting them on websites and selling this manual that says you should do the same. According to my judgement this is a major scam, tricking people into paying money into your account. I want this crime to stop, what do you recommend I do??? I have got all the e-mails and the manual, please contact me for more info??
|Crime Date/Time:||20 Sep 2012, 00:09 AM|
|Reported Date:||26 Sep 2012, 21:09 PM|