It has come to our attention that there have been numerous instances of unknown individuals and telephone numbers claiming to be affiliated with Jumix HR or recruitment agents and reaching out to individuals via WhatsApp.
Please be advised that Jumix or any of its related or partner companies do not conduct job offers or recruitment through WhatsApp or any other personal messaging platforms.
These messages are not officially endorsed or sanctioned by Jumix or any of its affiliates and are to be considered false and potentially fraudulent.
A victim reported on 21 Mar that the victim was tricked into transferring RM1,500 for a non-existent part-time job that wasn’t offered by us.
We immediately reported the incident to the police.
We urge all individuals to exercise caution and not to provide personal or financial information to any unknown parties claiming to be affiliated with Jumix.
Please do not respond to any suspicious messages, emails, or links, as they may contain malware or viruses. Additionally, we have provided a list of reported phishing numbers below, but please note that this list may not be exhaustive:
+6018 – 2473 093
+6011 – 2161 5233
+6011 – 3795 7798
+6017 – 2602 399
+6011 – 2149 3046
+6011 – 6383 4800
+6011 – 6422 3036
+6011 – 2839 6514
To avoid falling victim to these scams, we advise job seekers to follow these precautions:
- Do not respond to suspicious job offers.
- Do not download unverified mobile applications.
- Do not reveal personal information such as IC or passport numbers.
- Do not click on suspicious links.
- Be wary of job offers that seem too good to be true.
We encourage everyone to stay vigilant and to be aware of fake accounts and fraudulent activities.
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