A few hours ago we witnessed another unpleasant news - the rape of the 22-year-old girl in the hellhole apartment.
No one can still believe how a nearly blind and overweight man found the sickening power to trap a young woman, immobilize her and rape her.
According to the police, the perpetrator had "trapped" the house with cameras. When the girl entered the apartment it seems that he managed to immobilize her by drugging her. He then tied her to an armchair and raped her, even using sexual similes. The police seem to have found several such aids and dummies in the room which indicates a troubled individual.
Audax Cybersecurity had carried out a detailed research on the fake job search ads invented by some people and unfortunately the research proved that, many ads that exist on the internet are fake. So wanting to protect and inform we are publishing tips on how you can tell if such an advertisement is real or not.
Don't trust advertisements showing great opportunities abroad from websites or other sources of dubious reliability.
Don't trust ads that are only distributed via email. If the advertisements refer you to a website, check whether it is the official website of the company or an imitation with convincing copies of its logo.
Search the company's details online using keywords such as the company name or phone numbers. There may be other websites through which the same company is presented, so they may be fake.
Look for information about the company or organisation offering the job from sources other than the advertisement.
In the case of a job offer abroad, ask the consulate of the country where the company is based if the company exists and request official contact details to ask if the advertisement exists. Also, contact the Greek consulate in the country where the company is based and ask for the relevant information.
In cases of job offers to organisations in our country, please contact them in person to investigate whether they are indeed looking for new employees.
Do not trust advertisements that contain several spelling mistakes or are a poor translation of a foreign text.
Do not give out your personal information from the internet. Once you are hired, you will be asked in person by the company representative.
Insist on meeting the company representative at their offices for an interview, even if it means travelling to another country. Be concerned if he or she avoids meeting with you or providing additional details related to the job you are being asked to do.
Before you send money to your potential employer abroad for a work card, check with the country's consulate in Greece for the cost of issuing a work card and the procedure to follow. You usually have to apply for the card in person.
Be concerned if different people or different information about the company is presented when contacting the company representative.
Do not trust work-from-home ads that ask you to invest an initial capital in a range of products in order to receive profits from sales or sales quotas of people you recommend to the company yourself (pyramid scam).
In case of fraud or attempted fraud, you must contact the competent police authorities, providing all the information available to you, in order to facilitate investigations to identify the perpetrators.