Not everything that glitters

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We know times are hard and everyone is looking for that perfect opportunity to better themselves. But be careful of who you give your monies to in seeking overseas employment.

Check out the experiences of the following people.
Two persons have been taken into custody in connection with a job agency scam.

It is understood that the two are a man and a woman.

Last Thursday, according to RJR News a group comprising 50 men and women, who paid money to secure jobs in Barbados, turned up with luggage at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston but did not get on a flight.

They were about to board a flight to Barbados, only to be told their tickets were cancelled.

The persons said they were promised jobs in the hotel and construction industries by the alleged suspects.

The group was waiting at the airport, along with the alleged con woman.

However, a few minutes after their arrival at the airport, members of the group reported that the woman took off leaving her luggage in which several passports and other travel documents were reportedly found.

Some of the passengers said they paid the woman from $17,500 to $35,000 for the jobs.