Beware, This is the Latest Mode of Fraud through Interview Invitations

Beware, This is the Latest Mode of Fraud through Interview Invitations

Posted by MisterSeekers.com
24 December 2019

Beware, This is the Latest Mode of Fraud through Interview Invitations

Beware, This is the Latest Mode of Fraud through Interview Invitations - Followed on the official website of jobstreet.co.id titled Beware, this is the Latest Mode of Fraud Through Interview Invitations. If you get an interview invitation from a company, the first thing you make sure of is your application history and the position you are applying for. Is it true that you feel you have applied at a company for a particular position for which you have just received an interview invitation. For the next step, you can crosscheck on the company's website as part of a career, is it really open to recruitment, do not hesitate to also contact the company to dismiss your doubts. 

Fraud Mode


Fraudsters or what we usually call Scammers will send interview invitation e-mails to the candidates. After they email, fraudsters will immediately call or SMS requesting that the email be responded to. To convince the candidate, the fraudster will take the name of the invitation from a bona fide company or one of the leading state-owned companies in Indonesia. The invitation will consist of several pages, but of the many descriptions which have a high degree of urgency are the conditions of accommodation & transportation. In this section, candidates are led to transfer a sum of money as soon as possible, with a certain time limit. If the candidate receives an email in the morning, the transfer limit they set is in the evening of the same day.

Why transfer? Because the fraudster informs that the interview will be held outside the candidate's domicile town and they will direct the candidate to transfer a sum of money for accommodation costs to the one name stated on the invitation. To be more convincing, the invitation letter also stated that all costs will be borne by the company but through a reimbursement system or reimbursement of money when the candidate arrives in the city that has been determined.

Transfer will be replaced later; Latest mode of fraud through job advertisements . It is from the "transfer in advance" mode that they "take" candidate money. Now all the information is available at your fingertips, including staying alert. Gather as much information as possible to convince you. And most importantly, make sure you only apply for jobs through trusted media to avoid unwanted things.