Job Mail is NOT Giving Away a New Polo Vivo!
Job Mail is continuing its mission to inform the public about scams that aim to defraud South Africans. A fake competition scam has stuck out its ugly head over the last few days. This time Job Mail users (employers and job seekers) are being targeted via SMS. The SMS is being sent from 079-3403104 / 081 2516654 and users are informed that they have to contact Mr James / Mrs Laureen Brian on 071-4931885 / 081 259 7572 with their personal information in order to win a brand new Polo Vivo. The scammer also provides users with a reference number similar to “JM 01012za” or “JM 05012ZA”.
Job Mail is NOT running this competition. This person is not an employee working for Job Mail, he’s a scammer trying to defraud Job Mail users out of money
The Job Mail team would like to remind you about the following when it comes to competitions at Job Mail:
- All Job Mail competitions are announced on the Job Mail Blog.
- Notification of all Job Mail competitions are sent out via Job Mail Newsletters (from the firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address)
- Notifications of all Job Mail competitions and winners will be posted on the Job Mail Facebook page.
- Entrants are not required to pay money to enter any Job Mail competitions
- Competition Winners are not notified via a response e-mail on their Job Mail profiles.
- Competition Winners are not notified via SMS
If you receive the SMS from Mr James, please ignore it and delete it from your cell phone. Report the number(s) that you are receiving the SMS from to the service provider (in this case Vodacom).
Be Smart, Be Savvy, Be Safe and Avoid this attempted scam. If you encounter this scam or any other fraudulent activity via Job Mail, please report it to our Job Mail Care consultant via e-mail at email@example.com or telephonically on 012-3423840 x2620 (during office hours).