I registered with ALS with fake details and got 12 job offers
After reading about Jajo the rabbit I decided to register with ALS. I had (have) no intention of working for them. I only wanted to see how far I could go and how incompetent ALS is.
So I registered with a fake name (the name of a fictional character), a fake address (a well-known official residence of a head of state), a mobile number with only 10 digits and an obviously fake Skype name. No qualifications, no experience, no security vetting.
Two days after I registered I got my first job offer, a 45 minute job at a court in central London. Soon after that I received an email inviting me to take the assessment test, I did not reply, but I carried on receiving job offers. In total, up to now, I have received 12 job offers.
To me it’s very clear that:
1 – anyone can register online on the ALS website and ALS will not check their identity, qualifications, experience, security vetting, etc.
2 – they offer jobs to people who register on their website without even checking the profile/details people give when they register – if they did, they would have realised that all my details were fake.
I have screenshots of my fake profile and the 12 job offers emails.