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Unmasking A New Wave of Fake Job Scams

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September 15, 2023 · 3 min read

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Following on from our previous investigations of the fake job scams linked to the domains, “AirNow“, “SimPalm” and “BookingBuddy Tour“, our analysts have identified yet another group of similar scam domains. While we are yet to confirm whether they have the same operators behind them, we deemed it imperative to notify our readers immediately.

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A New Set of Dubious Domains

During our recent research, we have identified several domains that, at face value, seem to be offering legitimate job opportunities. However, upon deeper analysis, these domains show all the red flags of classic scam tactics. While we continue our investigation into the root source of these fraudulent domains, we aim to arm you with knowledge and caution.

Please note: Until we gather enough evidence and conclusively link these domains to the known scams, we urge you to approach these sites with extreme caution. Never send money to any entity or individual associated with these domains.

Immediate Precautionary Measures

If you come across or have already been in touch with entities from these new suspicious domains, here’s what you should do immediately:

1. Cease all Communication: Do not engage or reply to any emails or communications from these domains or related contacts. Ignoring and blocking are your best defences.

2. Do NOT Send Money: As with all fake job scams, these fraudsters often lure individuals with the promise of high-paying jobs, only to trick them into sending money for ‘training’, ‘initial investment’, or other bogus reasons. NEVER send money.

3. Report to Cybertrace: If you have any details or have been a victim of such scams, please report to us at Cybertrace. Your information could be vital in helping us and other potential victims.

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Stay Alert, Stay Informed

Fake job scams evolve over time. Fraudsters adapt to new strategies, making it challenging for ordinary individuals to differentiate between genuine job offers and scams. That’s why it’s crucial to stay informed, updated, and cautious. Always verify job offers, and when in doubt, reach out for a second opinion.

Remember, while technology has its pitfalls, it also provides us with the tools to stay one step ahead of scammers. Use these tools, be cautious, and always prioritise your safety.

We will keep our community updated as we uncover more about these new domains and potential scams. In the meantime, remember: Knowledge is power, and being informed is your first line of defence against cyber fraud.

More scam domains will be added shortly.

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  • DMN 4 months ago

    I add another website that scams people: https://www.theappmaster.cc
    Same modus operandi: they contact you via socials and the the scams begins (40/40 tasks, crypto deposit via TCR20 and so on)

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