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HOW TO DETECT SCAMMERS or ILLEGAL RECRUITERS

Posted December 29, 2021

 

It was noted that unauthorized individuals have been emailing alleged job vacancies in different countries using the name of GRAND PLACEMENT & GENERAL SERVICES CORPORATION (GRAND).  The PUBLIC is hereby warned against these unauthorized emails; are not official emails of GRAND.

Here are some tips to know if you are dealing with a SCAMMER / ILLEGAL RECRUITER:

1) GRAND PLACEMENT will not collect monies during application or attending our FREE online orientations or seminars.  If you are asked to pay for APPLICATION FEE, RESERVATION FEE, ORIENTATION/SEMINAR FEE or INTERVIEW FEE, that is an ILLEGAL RECRUITER!

2) GRAND PLACEMENT will inform Applicant of selection and there is NO RESERVATION once Applicant is selected.  If you are asked to pay for RESERVATION FEE or SELECTION FEE, that is an ILLEGAL RECRUITER!

3) Payment to GRAND PLACEMENT is only via (a) official GRAND-CASHIER or (b) GRAND PLACEMENT bank account.  If you are asked to pay to an INDIVIDUAL PERSON thru bank transfer or other mode of payment such as GCASH or the likes, that is an ILLEGAL RECRUITER!

4) GRAND PLACEMENT’s domain email address is @grandplacement.com; if you received an email from GRAND PLACEMENT but does not indicate @grandplacement.com that is an ILLEGAL RECRUITER!

 

ONLY TRANSACT WITH AUTHORIZED GRAND-PERSONNEL.

If in doubt, please call (02) 8525-1031 or email inquiry@grandplacement.com

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