Jobfished: the con that tricked dozens into working for a fake design agency
When our technology-powered economy collided with the pandemic economy, it created a space where a completely imaginary company with an imaginary office building and imaginary senior leadership could hire unwitting professionals to work for six months without anyone ever getting paid. It's quite a story of our times.
Full article by Leo Sands, Catrin Nye, Divya Talwar and Benjamin Lister at BBC, with video features.
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