Weird message this morning
Thread poster: Camille Thompson

Camille Thompson
France
Local time: 07:15
English to French
+ ...
Mar 2

Hi all,

I received a message this morning in French, via Proz, asking me if I'd want to "make some money while translating" and including a link to click on (rebrand.ly/pcsma82ad). I obviously didn't click on that link, it seems like some kind of phishing attempt.
The sender is a new Proz member called Kev Wang, registered just a couple of days ago, with no Proz info whatsoever on his profile.

I'm just dropping the hint, I don't think this is legit!icon_smile.gif


 

Alejandro Cavalitto
SITE STAFF
This is a scam Mar 2

Hello Camille,

The message you received is indeed a scam. The profile who sent has been removed, and blocked from using the site. Thank you for reporting this.

Best regards,
Alejandro


 


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