Ladera resort issues scam alert

Press Release:-It has come to the attention of the management of Ladera Resort that some person or persons referring to himself/themselves as “Kevin Smith” is representing himself/themselves as an employee of Ladera Resort and is contacting young women with offers of interviews and employment at Ladera.

 No one by the name of “Kevin Smith” is employed at Ladera or by Ladera in any way.

 This person has contacted people using Facebook Messenger and other social media platforms. He has provided an email address (which is in no way affiliated with Ladera) for young persons to send resumes and CVs to.  The email address “[email protected]” is NOT part of Ladera Resort, and we do not see or receive any emails from that address.

 Ladera handles all matters of employment in a professional way.  We do not use social media apps to discuss working at Ladera.

 Any individuals who have been contacted by “Kevin Smith” in regard to Ladera Resort are urged to make a report to the police, as they are potential victims of a fraud.


  1. Anonymous
    February 2, 2017 at 4:48 pm

    Whilst I condone the actions of the individual or individuals who went about scaming innocent people businesses should try to protect their brand from such scams.
    Take for example Donald Trump he is known to have purchased every domain name online which contains the name ” trump” to prevent scams of people creating fake sites or email addresses containing the brand name.

    1. The Advocate
      February 3, 2017 at 6:47 am

      U condone that behaviour?

  2. Anonymous
    February 2, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    They scam people Everyday ,charge you for the best rooms then give you (Word deleted),guess it the beginning of their “KARMA”