Scams target Disney fans, job seekers
A number of scams have surfaced in connection with the opening of the Shanghai Disney Resort on June 16.
Media reports in the city said a fake website mimicking the resort hotel site had ranked among the top search results. But when a reporter called the website number to reserve a room, she was asked for her credit card details, including the three-digit security number, and her mobile phone and ID numbers, according to kankannews.com.
Consumers were warned not to reveal such key information as the security number.
In the past two months, at least 200 people claiming they could provide job opportunities at the park have been exposed by police.