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BEWARE OF INDIVIDUALS USING THE NAME OF THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY IN RECRUITMENT SCHEME

It has come to our attention that certain individuals are using the name and logo of the Philippine Embassy, posing as Embassy employees, and/or alleging to have connections to the Embassy, in recruiting Filipinos and offering employment in Singapore.

The recruiters will then require payment of exorbitant application fees and later on will be unresponsive after receiving the payment from the interested applicants.

Please be informed that the Philippine Embassy is not involved in any kind of recruitment activities, nor in facilitating the hiring process for a third party, including conducting interviews and accepting employment application fees. The Embassy has also neither authorized any person nor availed of any services of third party recruitment agencies for Filipinos seeking employment in Singapore.

PHILIPPINE SENATOR ALAN CAYETANO VISITS SINGAPORE ANTI-SCAM CENTRE

PRESS RELEASE PR-015-2024 8 March 2024, Singapore. The Philippine Embassy in Singapore accompanied Senator Alan Peter S. Cayetano, Chairperson of the Philippine Senate Committee on Science and Technology, in his visit to the Anti-Scam Centre of the Singapore Police Force on 6 March 2024. The visit was an opportunity for the Philippine delegation to gain …

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