Employment Scams

In this scam you will see a job vacancy online or even receive an email from a recruiter asking you if you would like to apply to a certain position. The job vacancy listing or the recruiter look legit so you decide to apply. Once you apply you will get a call back from a hiring manager, with an offer, without even having a previous interview. After you are fake hired the company will ask you to do a certain training for which you will have to provide your personal and banking information to run a credit check or set up direct deposit. You may also receive a fake check with too much money, from which you will have to return the difference. Or maybe buy from them expensive equipment to work at home.

What are Pay to Click Scams? There are many forms of Pay-to-Click (PTC ) scams. Examples of PCT scams are where you get paid to: Click on
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What are Job & Employment Scams? As people are looking for work, many criminals are using their job search to scam them. In this article, we
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What are Work from Home Job Scams? In this article, we focus on scams around working from home. If you are interested in Pay to Click Job scams or
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This blog post is to alert the public, targeted individuals, and relevant authorities about a scam being perpetrated under the guise of a fictitious
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Im have invested in puremlm to be saying home based job to earn through home based work.
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Dear, CandidateSend your all required documents in this mail.id –*****@gmail.comAnd deposit the Documatations fees in this bank account.SKYWEST
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This story comes straight from our old Scamadviser Forum. Thank you for member 'Luck_Laowai' for putting forward the scam in his original
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