CATCH THE BACKER 2022 Contest

 

CATCH THE BACKER 2022

Mechanics

Participants should give leads/information about a scammer or backer/fixer. Once the information or lead is valid and proven true, the participants will win $100 EACH.

 

  • What is a fixer/backer?

A fixer/backer is someone who intervenes with the application process by providing unfair assistance, cheat sheets, and other unethical practices to applicants in order for them to pass the assessment and circumvent the hiring process.

 

  • What is a scammer?

A person who asks for monetary value and commits or participates in a fraudulent scheme or operation.

 

How to win

Look for backers/scammers who might be doing the following:

  • Giving answers online for Cyberbacker assessments or them answering the assessments for you.
  • Asking for fees to apply in Cyberbacker.   

 

Evidence needed:

  • Lead the scammer/backer to have a video chat with you. Participants should submit a video/screen recording of their video call as strong proof that the person is a scammer/backer. (Voice call only is not allowed.)
  • Share your full conversation with us by uploading the screenshot of your messages. 
    • Conversations must show that they are asking for money or anything of value in exchange for a favor, assistance, or help to get in Cyberbacker, or the likes. 
  • Submit the link of the account used by the scammer.
  • Other information of the scammer/fixer:
    1. Name
    2. Mobile number
    3. Gcash name or Gcash number or any proof that money or anything of value was being asked.   
    4. Email address, etc

 

Disclaimer: Participant/s must be willing to attest and affirm that all the information and evidence provided was personal, true, and correct.

 

Qualifiers

Leads must be proven true by the Cyberbacker Inc. through the following:

For video evidence: 

  • Lead the scammer/backer to have a video chat with you. 
  • Participants should submit a video/screen recording of their video call as strong proof that the person is a scammer/backer. e.g. Giving answers online for Cyberbacker assessments, answering the assessments for the applicant, asking fees to apply in Cyberbacker, etc. 

 

For photo evidence:

  • Screenshot of messages from Facebook Messenger or other social media platforms.

 

Disclaimer: 

  • All Facebook and online accounts must be validated as owned by the person being reported.
  • The scammer/fixer and the reporter must be Facebook friends, actual acquaintances, or friends of the reporter. 

 

Upload the evidence and necessary information in this form:

 

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