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Scam AlertBeware of the scam emails (source:xxxThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Telephone: +27 (0) 12 770 2789- Fax +27 (0) 86 663 5724) going around requesting quotations from prominent and innocent service providers (particularly SMMEs). The Scammers pretend to be working from the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services and provide the names of some officials working in the Department as the contact persons for their scams. They also provide counterfeit documents with the Department’s logo and address which may appear to be real DTPS documents (Click here to view the counterfeit document). The current RFQs are requested for the procurement of 74 SR4350E POWER LINKS with the BID NO: DTPS/11/2018/19/A.

DTPS would like to confirm that such emails or the sender thereof have no relations to the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services and/or its State Owned Entities (SOEs). We would like to caution the public to keep vigilant and take reasonable precaution against such email requests.

DTPS would also like to confirm that the names of the people used in this RFQs have not been provided by any employee of the Department and that the Department is not aware of the systems used to obtain the names used in this regard. Thus, no person should make an assumption or allegation of any employee’s involvement in the scam merely by seeing a name of any employee of the Department in the counterfeit documents.

Kindly share this information with your colleagues, friends, and families and be cautious about scams such as this one in the future.
The following are the key suspicious indicators of these kinds of scams:

  • Email addresses with a different domain from government domain, e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will be the correct domain. Anything with email address or website that ends with: or or .com or .net or, etc should raise alarm of being counterfeit.
  • The Department has two telephone number identifiers, i.e. 012 427 and 012 421. Any other telephone number should raise alarm.
  • There is no tender number for RFQs. Thus any RFQ with a tender number should raise alarm to be counterfeit RFQ.
  • Departmental order numbers start with OR- and followed by five numbers, e.g. OR-012345. Any order number that is different from this format should raise alarm.

If you have any suspicion regarding RFQs send to you, do not hesitate to call the Department and ask for SCM officials on the following number: 012 427 8000 or fax to 012 427 8110 to verify the RFQs. To report any scam, use these numbers and request for the Ethics Office or the Risk Management Directorate.

The Ethics Office