Lady left broken hearted after traveling to Jozi for scam interview

Lady left broken hearted after traveling to Jozi for scam interview

- A young lady has taken to Twitter to explain how she had traveled from her home to Johannesburg for an interview

- Unfortunately upon arrival in Jozi, she found out that the interview turned out to be a scam

- Locals were soon sharing similar experiences in the comment section, many of them also sympathizing with the young lady

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Getting a call for an interview after desperately searching for a job can bring so much hope - this is the same hope a young lady experienced recently. Unfortunately, her hope was soon crushed after she traveled all the way to Johannesburg for a supposed job interview.

Taking to Twitter, @gomii_meje explained how she had left her home after receiving news that she had an interview ìn the City of Gold. However, after she arrived here she sadly found out that the interview was a scam.

"Not me coming to Jozi for an interview only to find out it ain’t legit," wrote the broken hearted Gomii.
SA lady explains how a Joburg interview turned out to be a scam
SA has reacted sadly to a woman who traveled to Joburg for a scam interview. Source: @gomii_meje
Source: Twitter

It seems like she was not the only one who had been caught out or singled out by scammers. Many locals were soon in the comment section sharing how they too were caught or nearly caught by those looking to scam hopeful job-seekers.

Read a few of their comments below.

@LithaNgaleka said:

"I went for an interview too in Joburg yesterday in Maboneng. I got scammed."

@MakamuWiseman said:

"Askies dear better do a background check before you go on another one."

@Mo_Mothapo said:

"Expose the scammers."

@_dennic1 said:

"Every time you are going to an interview make sure you are accompanied by at At least 2 male friends and let everyone close to you know that you are going to an interview. Anyway I am sorry and better luck next time may God be with you."

In other news, The Hawks have arrested two men accusing them of impersonating the crime-fighting unit and for trying to scam businessmen for R50 000. Hawks swooped down on two men aged 24 and 27 who had allegedly approached a Limpopo businessman who had received a tender to supply Covid-19 personal protection equipment (PPE).

According to the business owner, one of the men contacted him alleging to be a member of the Hawks and said that a case of corruption had been opened up against him.

After receiving R20 000 the two men were immediately arrested. The Hawks have determined that the two men are not members of the crime-fighting unit and found them in possession of fake documents with the Hawks logo on them.

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Source: Briefly News

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