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The "Department of Labour: Jamaica" Scam

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The "Department of Labour: Jamaica" Scam

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The website, reward-pack.com, is a fake operated by online scammers. The fake website sends out fake WhatsApp and other social media messages to their potential victims asking them to take surveys in order to receive some form of reward.

The "Department of Labour: Jamaica" message below is one of the many scams created by the fraudulent website. Therefore, recipients of messages with links that go to www.reward-pack.com are asked to delete them and should never follow the instructions in them.

The "Department of Labour: Jamaica" Scam

Department of Labour: Jamaica

"The workers who worked between the 1990 and 2018, have the rights to get the benefits of 300000 JMD by Department of Labour of Jamaica. Check if your name is in the list of the people who have the rights to withdraw this benefits:

http://bit.ly/Labour-JM

freward-pack.com/JamaicaJob/"

Department of Labour: Jamaica

The workers who worked between the 1990 and 2018, have the rights to get the benefits of 300000 JMD by Department of Labour of Jamaica.

Check if your name is in the list of the people who have the rights to withdraw this benefits:

1. Are you over 18?

Yes

No"

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • December 6, 2018 at 5:22 AM by an anonymous user from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

    whatif you already click the yes or no. How do they go about scamming you. And, how do you stop it?

    remove

    • December 6, 2018 at 6:36 AM by info

      You have nothing to worry about.

      After completing and sharing the survey, you will be taken to phishing websites where the scammers will attempt to steal your personal and credit card information, or online account credentials.

      You may also be taken to spam websites where you will be tricked in purchasing products and services you do not want. These purchases are usually recurring, which means you maybe charged continuously until you have cancelled your credit card or other methods of payment.

      remove

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The "Department of Labour: Jamaica" Scam