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The capital police urged job seekers to be cautious and not be taken in by fraudulent employment websites, which deceive people and claim to offer job opportunities that require the payment of fees, noting that credible employment companies do not charge fees or ask for personal information.
The Abu Dhabi Police also stressed that imposters take advantage of job seekers, contact their victims through fake websites on the internet and demand fees.
The Abu Dhabi Police further said that victims of this type of fraud are not limited to job seekers in the UAE, but also throughout the world, noting that fraudsters use social media or fake websites to contact job seekers and claim that they are accredited employment companies, before asking victims to provide them with personal and banking information, while demanding specific fees.WAM
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