TFP doesn't charge candidates any money.

TFP will never ask candidates for any recruitment fees. Please be cautioned that individuals/organisations are misusing the TFP Solutions brand name to demand money in exchange for interviews, or jobs with TFP Solutions or clients of TFP Solutions. Do note that they are wrongfully using the company’s registered trademark on fake job advertisements and emails to harm innocent victims.

your safety during the job search process is our priority.

Unfortunately, some job seekers may accidentally fall victim to job scams in Malaysia. Our recruitment consultants adhere to a structured process to ensure we maintain the highest level of integrity.

what is a job scam?

Recruitment scams often involve fake online job ads in social platforms and untrusted job portals offering high paying jobs. Victims may also receive unsolicited text messages, or messages from Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram, WeChat or Viber that offers jobs that do not exist. Job scammers will ask victims to share personal information such as your mobile number OR transfer or remit a small sum of money to secure the fake interview or for more information about the fraud jobs. 

how to spot fake job postings?

Identify fake job offers with this 10 warning signs of scam.

  1. If money is involved. You’ve been asked to transfer money for medical check, work pass application or to attend the job interview
  2. The company has no website or official/corporate social media account 
  3. Job offer sent from a personal email, a “noreply” email, and not from TFP Solutions email domain
  4. You did not apply for the job
  5. The job is too good to be true 
  6. Job description is unclear or too short
  7. Poor use of the English language with multiple typos and grammatical errors in the job advertisement or text messages
  8. You found the job posting in a random social media community
  9. Communication channels are only limited to social media channels and messaging platforms such as Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram, WeChat, Viber and etc.
  10. They ask you for your personal information such as your mobile number or ID photo on messaging platforms

When looking for a job, please do not respond to fraudulent job advertisements that are often shared in unsolicited Facebook groups or messaging platforms. 

You should not respond to suspicious job offers in email or messaging platforms (Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, Telegram, WeChat, Viber, etc.) or calls from unknown numbers. 

Remember that it is never safe to disclose your personal and/or banking details to anyone you do not know. 

beware of online hiring scam.

Recruitment scams often Social media and messaging platforms are the newest channels used by scammers. These are some examples of fake job ads. They come in different styles and forms, so always stay vigilant! 

whatsapp job scams.

whatsapp is a hot spot for scams. Do not share any personal information such as your mobile number and real name on whatsapp. You can set your privacy settings to only receive messages from people who are already on your contact list to better protect yourself.

telegram job scams.

Telegram is a hot spot for scams. Do not share any personal information such as your mobile number and real name on Telegram. You can set your privacy settings to only receive messages from people who are already on your contact list to better protect yourself.

Fake Job Offers

Bogus jobs may be posted by a fake recruiter account or from a post on a legitimate Facebook group page. Here is an example to help you be wary of scammers.

how to report a scam?

If you have been exposed to a fake job advertisement on a messaging platform or social media network, received a fake job offers in email or fraudulent job opportunity from an individual and/or organisation or are an unfortunate victim of such a job scam, we advise you to file an official report with the local police immediately. 

File a report with the local authorities. By reporting a scammer to the police, you are helping us raise awareness of job scams and protecting your family and friends from becoming victims of scams. Please provide the local police with all the information you have, such as: 

  • Sender’s name and contact information 
  • A copy of the fraudulent job advertisement 
  • Your chat history with the individual and/or organisation
  • The bank account details that you’ve been asked to remit money to 
  • The banking remittance details (if payment has already been made) 

At TFP Solutions, we do not condone any illegal activities carried out by individuals and/or organisations based on local laws. If you come across a job post that looks suspicious and you are unsure of, we advise you to call the respective TFP Solutions offices directly to verify the job ad or mail us.

TFP Solutions Malaysia's only official social media accounts are:

report a scam. email us with attached evidence to: