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Beware Of FRA Job Scams, Police Investigation Underway

If you are a victim of a scam, please report the matter to the nearest police station
12 Jul 2020 17:24
Beware Of FRA Job Scams, Police Investigation Underway
Jonathan Moore.

A police investigation is currently underway in regards to a false recruitment process related to non-existent job openings making rounds in the Northern Division.

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Moore says the scammer is obtaining financial advantage by deception of $150 for the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), with current total amounting to $3000 in order to secure jobs at the organisation.

Mr Moore has warned job seekers to refrain from paying as this is not a prerequisite to get a job and to not provide any personal information such as bank account details, birth certificates, identification cards etc.

“We do not request for money for any employment opportunities or for the PPE, and all our vacancies are advertised in the local daily and our website www.fijiroads.org. All applicants will be required to send their application for advertised positions trecruitment@fijiroads.org.”

He said job seekers are urged to enquire first at the organisation should they have any suspicions about advertised positions at the FRA.

If you are a victim of a scam, please report the matter to the nearest police station.

Members of the public can contact the FRA on toll free number 5720 or 3100114.

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