Please be aware of Job Scams
WHAT IS A JOB SCAM?
Scammers advertise jobs the same way legitimate employers do — online (in ads, on job sites, social media, and messaging platforms). They promise you a high pay job with very little time commitment or effort, but what they want are your money and your personal information.
BEWARE OF ONLINE HIRING SCAMS
Reeracoen Malaysia has recently learned of a Job Scam involving persons posing as a recruiter or falsely claiming to represent the company.
Please be aware of this scam. If you receive WhatsApp/ Telegram/ Email/ any kind of messages solicitations from anyone posing as the company, its group affiliates, or company officers that appear even remotely suspicious, contact us immediately.
Do not respond to WhatsApp/ Telegram/ Email/ any kind of messages or communicate with the sender; do not provide the sender with any personal or financial information. Also, avoid clicking on links included in WhatsApp/ Telegram/ Email/ any kind of messages, or attachments, as doing so may result in malware or a virus being loaded on the recipient's computer.
JOB SCAMS: REAL STORIES
WhatsApp Job Scams
Telegram Job Scams
HOW TO STAY SAFE?
1. Don’t respond to dubious job offers
If you receive an unsolicited job offer, always verify the authenticity of the offer with Reeracoen through our official channels.
2. Don’t use unverified apps
Do not download unverified apps from unknown sources to apply for a job.
3. Don’t pay to secure a job offer
Reeracoen does not charge nor takes any form of monetary payment from our candidates. Our candidates are not required to pay us when they get a job placement. Any form that may require candidate(s) to pay us is deemed to be a form of fake consultant that is conducting scams and fraud.
4. Don't click on suspicious links
Suspicious links can be used to con users into downloading malicious software that these fraudsters can use to take over the device.
5. Verify the email domain
Does the email address match Reeracoen's owned domains? We use our own domain names in an email (@reeracoen.com.my). To verify who sent the email, check the sender's full email address. It could be a phishing scam if the sender's email is coming from public domain email addresses like Gmail and Hotmail.
Please be aware of fake accounts, frauds, and scammers pretending to be our consultants via various forms of social media or messaging platforms. If you come across a job post that looks suspicious and you are unsure of, we advise you to call us directly to verify the job ad or mail us.
Reeracoen Malaysia’s only Official Social Media Accounts are:
Xiao Hong Shu: Reeracoen Malaysia