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Phone Sex Operator Jobs: The Scam Moves and How to Avoid Them

Filed in Job by on February 22, 2021

Phone Sex Operator Jobs: The Scam Moves and How to Avoid Them.

With an alarming increase of women willing to work as Phone Sex Operators or PSOs, there is also an increasing number of scams making rounds over the internet.

These scams are dangerous because you can become a victim of major identity theft and fraud networks that operate within and outside Nigeria. This article provides you with all you need to know about phone sex operator jobs.

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Also, when most people think about work from home jobs, they are most likely to think about writing and watching movies for money. It’s okay, but then again who wants to stay at home all day just staring at the computer screen? Not me!

Therefore, let’s take a look at the frequent PSO Scam Moves which are making rounds on the internet these days.

Avoiding Common Phone Sex Operator Job Scams

Before we delve into these scams, I strongly advocate you to go to the Nigerian CyberCrime website that alerts residents about varied sorts of online scams.

Also, verify the Crime & Safety Report Lagos for extra information on how to forestall scams.

Now, let pop right into the main discussion of Phone Sex Operator Job (PSO)’s scam moves.

Telephone Chat for Phone Sex Operator Jobs

After you apply on the internet and provide your phone number, you should expect a call within thirty minutes to one hour. The caller will then ask you to undergo some sort of telephone test and then they will transfer the call to a fake customer.

You can expect all sorts of intimate questions and requests during such tests. Remember, the test itself is a scam. The caller records your calls. Then once you’re done, they blackmail you by saying that all the intimate requests and questions and calls to the fake customer will be made viral on social media and other platforms.

If you get such calls, alert your local police or the e-crime police immediately. Blackmail is a serious crime in Nigeria and therefore the law protects victims and criminals are facing stiff penalties by the law.

Request for Pictures

This is another painful lie.

When you apply for Phone Sex Operator jobs, the scammer will request you your image and CV/Resume. It’s of great value to remember that legit company’s do not all request such important documents on the phone. So, therefore, any company that makes such an absurd request is definitely a scam!

There are serious ways and methods a scammer will abuse your picture and documents. It may vary from blackmail to ID theft (419) and even posting those documents online. Therefore, by no means should you send such documents to them, or will any intercourse service make such a request of you in any way.

Registration Fees

This is another original scam. Once you apply, you may anticipate an email saying that their network is profitable. But to get a job that pays you a certain amount of money per hour or extra, you want to pay a registration charge.

Please, never ship money to these people or their websites by way of financial institutions such as your debit card, bank card, or wire switch transfer. The demand for a charge is 419.

You will receive the ‘Apply for Phone Sex Operator Jobs’. At their finest, you’ll even get responses saying that you are on some unusual waitlist to begin work as a Phone Sex Operator.

Here scammers accumulate as many private particulars as doable for their identity theft. Or what is formally known here in Nigeria as 419 because it violates section 419 of the Nigerian criminal code.

Remember in the past years almost 14.9 million Nigerians fall victim to id theft or 419ers.

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Avoiding Phone Sex Operator Job Scams

There’s just one way to keep away from phone sex operator job scams, and that’s by applying to legit companies that actually hold a legit license to operate as phone sex services.

Or, you can not apply at all. It’s up to you, really.

You can find some legit phone sex operator jobs on legit websites like Upwork and Flexjobs. However, there aren’t very common. A few jobs do appear occasionally on Glassdoor.com and Indeed,com

If you have any doubt about the legitimacy of a company or their website, check their credentials here on Better Business Bureau Website. There is also a veritable guide on wikiHow about how o check whether a company website offering a job as a phone sex operator is legit or a scam.

Also, find out if their website has a genuine stone-and-cement address or if it’s merely a PO Box address.

Finally, you can use Google Maps to check the exact location of the business and see whether it’s genuine or not. I suggest you consider all pros and cons before working as a Phone Sex Operator PSO and take adequate steps to avoid PSO scam moves. Since the job involves sensitive issues, proper precautions are of absolute importance.

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CSN Team.

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