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Common cents: Scams to look out for in UAE
Don’t lose your money to fraudulent transactions. Beware of these scams this month
Small companies in dubai ask job seakers to attend training for their job, and job seeker is asked to be the sales man, selling books and other stuff for the company on foot, after few days of sales, the jobseaker is told to exit the country for the visa processing and never hear back .
muhammad maroof, dubai, United Arab Emirates
Always remember that free cheese is only found at mouse trap!
Jamal, Dubai, Uzbekistan
good job GN, thank you for enlightening the public. job seekers especially need to be extra vigilant, i know of many that have been trapped in these pay-cash-and-get-a-job scams. its a pity that some unscrupulous people have to take advantage of others' misfortunes! I have also been approached by a number of pyramid schemes but always said NO, there's no shortcut to success and as one wise man once said ,WHEN THE DEAL IS TOO GOOD, ALWAYS THINK TWICE. this is what has always kept me alert!
Albert O, dubai, United Arab Emirates
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