POLOKWANE: The South African Police Service (SAPS) in Limpopo warns the public about ongoing recruitment scams aimed at misleading job seekers by promising employment within SAPS in exchange for financial compensation.

According to information, these scammers call the prospective applicants for Police Job, to pay a certain amount of money through the ewallet and cash send procedures in exchange for receiving competent results after writing their psychometric assessments

The Police have already received several complaints across the province regarding these scammers. The management has initiated investigations into these fraudulent schemes to bring the perpetrators to justice.

“Community members
should know that our recruitment processes are transparent, merit-based, and do not require any form of payment at any stage of the process, ” remarked Acting Provincial Commissioner Major General Jan Scheepers.

“We therefore call upon all the victims who have fallen prey on these scammers to come forward and report to their nearest police stations,” added Major General Scheepers.

For accurate information regarding recruitment, please visit the official SAPS website or Report Criminals on toll-free number 0860010111 or the nearest Police Station or Use MySAPSApp.

Police investigations are continuing.

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