SANRAL has warned that special care should be taken when dealing with any company which purports to deal with or claims to represent the roads agency in some way.
The South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) would like to warn you on the increase in the number of scams purporting to request quotations on behalf of SANRAL.
These involve companies creating the impression that they have a SANRAL tender – when they do not – to procure and deliver specified products.
The latest is one from a company named Breece Allessio Technology.
SANRAL has warned that special care should be taken when dealing with any company which purports to deal with or claims to represent SANRAL in some way.
Vusi Mona, General Manager: Communications at SANRAL, said: “There are tell-tale signs that the public can look for to establish whether they are dealing with SANRAL or not. For instance, SANRAL will never use a Gmail account or a .NET account for official business.
“Please verify any given information like telephone numbers, email, addresses, etc. by phoning or going online. The agency’s internet domain is www.nra.co.za ”
Note that SANRAL does not charge any fee for tenders or quotations.
The public must contact SANRAL directly to verify any requests purporting to be from SANRAL where payment is requested. The number is 012 844 8000