Anti-Scam


Anti-Scam

Protect yourself against Internet fraud!

The vast majority of ads are posted by honest people and trust. So you can do excellent business. Despite this, it is important to follow a few common sense rules to prevent any attempt to scam.

Our advices

  • Doing business with people you can meet in person.
  • Never send money to any recruiter or employer
  • Never send money abroad.
  • Ask about the person you're dealing with his name, address and telephone number.
  • Keep copies of all correspondence (emails, ads, letters, etc.) and details of the person with your next of kin or someone close to you.
  • If a job seems too good to be true, there is every chance that this is the case. Refrain.

Recognize attempted scam

  • The majority of scams have one or more of these characteristics:
  • The person is abroad or traveling abroad.
  • The person refuses to meet you in person.
  • Payment requested for a position and it is through Western Union, Money Gram or check.
  • The messages are in broken language or incorrect use of sentences (English or French or ...).
  • The texts seem to be copied and pasted.
  • The deal seems to be too good to be true.