Phishing and Spam Attempts
There was once a day when a topic like this never had to be discussed. Well, that was then and this is now. Recently, there have been many cyber-attacks intended to trick people into handing over personally identifiable information (like identity cards, SIN numbers, credit card numbers, utility bills, etc.) in an effort to steal money, or outright take identities to obtain new personalities for criminals. This is despicable and the people who perpetrate this sort of activity really have no purpose living among us!
One of the latest schemes is to post an ad on social media or job log websites offering work available at a known website or company. Alternatively they advertise merchandise at ridiculously cheap prices! Work seekers reply to quickly receive a job offer with a ridiculously high wage rate after filling out a phony job application on-line. Bargain hunters go to a website to purchase the items in question. To get the job/item, they will have to send certain personal documents for 'payroll' or 'sales' purposes. It is true such documents are needed for 'payroll' or 'sales', if this were a legit business, but sadly, they want that information to scam you.
With that said, we want to pre-empt these attempts at using DISKERY's good name:
IF YOU ARE HERE BECAUSE OF A JOB AD OR SOMETHING CHEAP WAS FOR SALE > YOU GOT SCAMMED!!!
Here's how to know you have the genuine DISKERY.COM:
Diskery is not responsible for the actions of such third party criminals nor can we help you in any way if you have fallen victim. Contact the police if you feel you have been scammed! Remember: NEVER give personal ID information over the internet! If you wish to verify if an individual from Diskery may have REALLY contacted you, or to report that our good name is being used as part of a criminal activity, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
File record #: 59