It's a fraud!: HEART/NSTA Trust refutes claims it is facilitating employment in Cayman

The HEART/NSTA Trust says it is aware of promotional material being circulated in social media that the organisation is working with the Jamaican Consulate of the Cayman Islands to facilitate employment in Cayman.

However, the training agency says this is not so and has moved to distance itself from the promotions.

In advertisements in the Sunday newspapers, the HEART/NSTA Trust said it is “not associated in any way with this advertisement or the publishers and does not accept any liability for any associated loss, however caused”.

“The public is warned that this claim is fraudulent and invalid and we strongly advise individuals to exercise extreme caution if they receive this flyer for overseas employment in the Cayman islands,” the advertisement added.

The Trust said it is not mandated to facilitate/guarantee overseas employment and as such, would never conduct promotional activity of any kind, making any such claims.

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