Watch out for local job-scam
Rustenburg/ Northam – The Platinum Bushvelder newspaper, the Platinum Weekly’s sister publication, was contacted by a community member, who is a victim of the latest local job scam, on Friday, 3 November.
A man promises community members employment at Glencore, saying that he works in the human resources (HR) department. He then asks his victims to pay anything between R750 – R2500, and then promise them “this would secure them a job”.
“He has targeted victims in Rustenburg, Northam, Thabazimbi, Brits and Amandelbult,” the Platinum Bushvelder was told. He uses a Brits residential address.
He promises his victims that they must go to Thabazimbi for a medical check-up, that they will go to Northam Platinum for training, and that they will get work in Brits.
DO NOT fall for this scamster!
Genuine communication related to recruitment by Glencore will never require the job seeker to make payments at any point in the recruitment process.
Glencore has become aware of a number of job scams in which fraudsters try to extract personal information and money from people looking for jobs with Glencore and our related companies. Glencore put together this five-step guide to help you identify fake job postings and correspondence and help us all to beat these recruitment frauds.
How to spot a fraudulent job posting, email or other recruitment-related communication:
Read more on: http://www.glencore.com/careers/how-to-avoid-job-scams/
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