Jobs that sound too good to be true should raise a red flag.  Beware of the following items in a job posting. These are likely indicators of jobs that are not legitimate or scams:

  • They want you to pay for something
  • Application & Interview require a registration fee
  • Many openings for the same position
  • An insider calls you to offer interview tips at a fee.
  • Pre-work training comes at a fee
  • Fake unprofessional email
  • Fake Website
  • No location, Only a post office box
  • Skills not required
  • Vague Job Requirements and Job Description
  • You need to supply your credit card or bank account information
  • Too good to be true
  • You’re Asked to Provide Confidential Information​
  • Your “Gut” Says It’s a Scam​

Fake jobs can be attempts to steal personal information, money or your bank account information from you. Be cautious, research the employer and look for red flags

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