Beware of bogus recruiters for Idol


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  • Wednesday, 11 May 2005

THE festive mood of the Malaysian Idol road show, to audition talents for its second season, was marred by certain parties taking advantage of the event to sign up temporary workers from among those who came for the tryouts, Berita Harian reported. 

This was stated by 8TV business development manager Lam Swee Kim, who was quoted by the paper as advising the public, especially the youngsters, to be wary of such opportunists who claim to represent the station. 

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