Beware of fake job offers that promises easy money
Anonymous | 18 Mar 2023
On March 16, 2023, I received a part-time job offer from an individual named Chao Yan, who claimed to be from Malaysia and contacted me using the phone number +60 1128986851. After expressing interest, Chao Yan referred me to her colleague, Jacky, who further elaborated on the job offer. Jacky stated that the basic salary for the job was $2,800 per month with a requirement to complete three sets per day for seven days, earning $700 SGD every week. He also claimed that I could earn $4,000 to $5,000 per month if I had better abilities and that finishing one set could earn me around $60 to $250 SGD.
On March 18, Jacky provided me with a website link, "poegrowrasia.com," and claimed that he was from the advertising company, Popper Asia. However, after checking the website on Scamadvisor.com, it was reported to be a scam, and the scammer was posing as Popper Asia. The website's registration page required personal information such as my phone number, email address, and date of birth. When I asked for his company's name and registration number, Jacky responded that he was from "Popperasia ah," and his English was poor. Additionally, the website images he sent had grammar mistakes. I am 99% certain that this is a scam, and I did not register an account with them.
Please be cautious and aware of such fraudulent job offers.