Surge in job scams: Stay vigilant, Ghana

January 16, 2024
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TLDR: The Cyber Security Authority (CSA) has issued a warning to Ghanaians about the surge in job scams. The CSA has received reports of victims losing over GH₵124,000 to scammers posing as recruiters and offering lucrative job opportunities. The authority advises citizens to remain vigilant and cautions against offers that seem too good to be true.

The Cyber Security Authority (CSA) is cautioning Ghanaians to be vigilant in their pursuit of job opportunities as job scams surge across the country. The authority has already received reports of victims losing over GH₵124,000 to scammers who pose as recruiters and offer high-paying jobs with minimal work demands. The CSA urges citizens to be cautious and to report any suspicious activity through their cybercrime reporting channels.

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