Applicants Misled Over Job Descriptions
By nisha
Applicants attending an interview for a position advertised as "marketing executive" received the shock of their life when they found out what the job really entailed. Hundreds of people who applied for the job at an address in Wan Chi, Hong Kong were told their job would be to promote mainland football. However, it was revealed to them during the interview that they were expected to collect illegal sports bets. An undercover reporter from 'Sing Tao', discovered that he would receive a salary of $8,000 plus 8% commission on bets collected. He was told he could expect to collect bets somewhere in the region of $500,000 which would yield around $40,000 in commission. Applicants were also told they would be expected to open up bank accounts in which to deposit the cash, presumably to free the company from tax , and that they would remain solely responsible if bettors failed to pay up. The operation has shocked the nation, and has come at a time where the government is cracking down on overseas gambling.
 
 
 
 
 
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