Made to work only to be deceived

PETALING JAYA: A different type of job scam is being pulled off on social media, with victims being asked to perform tasks that range from following the pages of celebrities to buying products from online stores to increase pageviews and ratings.

These scams are usually advertised as part-time jobs on popular social media platforms.

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