There are a number of phishing/scam messages being sent across WhatsApp, Telegram and other messaging apps, where the sender impersonates an Amrop employee, promoting fake jobs and trying to obtain your personal data.
If someone contacts you on WhatsApp claiming to be from Amrop and it appears to be a phishing message, we advise you to block the number and report the number via the app.
All Amrop employees conduct themselves in a professional manner and will never make any suspicious requests. We appreciate those who have forwarded us evidence of this scam. If you would like to report something to us, please reach out to one of our local offices.
You can read more about these scams here.
How can you spot a phishing message?
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