SCAM

SCAM ALERT - Be alert to receiving WhatsApp messages claiming to be a WorkPac Recruiter

BY: Tracey Mesken30/09/2022

Edit ​November 2022 – Beware of WhatsApp messages posing as a WorkPac recruiter.The first scam message states that a recruiter from workpac Recruitment is looking for candidates. The second scam message used a WorkPac recruiter's name and image with false contact details and false job ad information, there are grammar errors and it requested bank account details.Remember – WorkPac does not communicate using WhatsApp. If you are unsure about any email, SMS or message, please call our recruitment team on 1300 967 572. If you have identified something as potentially fraudulent or a scam account, please screenshot it, before deleting it from your inbox and delete items or your device. ReportingPlease report this scam from your app: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/q7OQCBNqNZIPOryzIztIvL?domain=faq.whatsapp.comWhen you report someone:WhatsApp receives the last five messages sent to you by the reported user or group, and the sender won’t be notified. WhatsApp also receives the reported group or user ID, information on when the message was sent, and the type of message sent (image, video, text, etc.).You can also choose to report an account by long pressing a single message.Please forward a copy to contactus@workpac.com​​​​​