Every advert has a reference number which can be verified against opportunities posted to the Afrizan website.Please note that neither Multi Choice nor its suppliers will ever offer to drive you to an interview. If you're interested in working for Multi Choice, you can look for opportunities and submit our CV on our careers page on the Multi Choice website.Phishing scam Customers receive an email informing them that they’ve won a cash gift card or huge sums of prize money from a Multi Choice competition or that they’re being rewarded huge sums of money for being loyal DStv customers.The email then asks the customer to provide their personal details in order to claim the prize.
Like receiving an email or SMS from us claiming that you’ve won a huge prize for a DStv competition you never entered and for which you must either pay a fee or verify yourself by sending your personal details – sounds too good to be true? Multi Choice will never request your personal details via email or SMS – please do not hand over your personal information to anyone claiming to be from DStv.
Also, do not make payments directly to an individual claiming they are from Multi Choice or DStv – use one of our direct platforms to make your payments to your DStv account.
If someone offers you a discounted DStv subscription at a once off payment, treat this with suspicion and check it with us.
To check if someone is a DStv accredited installer – ask them for their DStv ID card, which specifies their qualification as well as the accredited company they work for. Hints and tips to help you identify a scam While some scams are difficult to identify, there are usually tell-tale signs that can help you spot if something is a scam.