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Camair-Co hits out at cabin crew scam

Posted 25 April 2013 · Add Comment

Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co) has put out a warning on its website following an online scam.

The Douala-based airline said scammers were deceiving the general public into believing that Camair-Co is currently recruiting cabin crew (air hostesses).

“They do this,” said the company, “by sending adverts using fake email addresses and later on proposing fake contracts to victims in a bid to extort money from them after having sent out contract offers.

“Cameroon Airlines Corporation denounces these acts and calls upon the public to be vigilant.”

The company added: “Recruitment opportunities in Cameroon Airlines Corporation are exclusively announced on the company’s website ( and published in the Cameroon Tribune.

• Meanwhile, the carrier is back to operating its full summer programme with the return, last week, of one of its two Boeing 737-700 aircraft from the Lufthansa Technics aircraft maintenance workshops in Hamburg.


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