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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Scamming signs when looking job oppurtunity!

Looking for new jobs? Beware to scammers especially those fresh graduates.

Here are common signs you need to known about SCAMMERS:

1. If they demand cash for you to get the job right away or they want you to pay for something. Legitimate companies don’t ask for money.  (Beware of this, they are tricky to catch you up). Don’t be fooled just because the interview questions sound real.
2.You didn’t contact them, they contacted you.
3.The pay or offer is great.
4. Vague Job Requirements and Job Description. (Requirements are so ridiculously simple that almost everyone qualifies).Job scam emails usually don’t include clear job descriptions, either. Beware of this phrase “Don’t worry, we’ll train you.”
5. Unprofessional Emails: Some emails from scammers are well-written, but many aren’t. If the email contains spelling, capitalization, punctuation or grammatical mistakes, be on your guard. 
6. Always research the company and its representatives before you agree to an interview. But if yu do never give out confidential information such as your bank account, credit card or Social Security numbers. ALWAYS contact the REAL company or business and ask if this employee exists, that is how I found out this employee was a fraud.
7. Your “gut” says it’s a scam: Report to the authority with the relevant information. Many of their victims are those who came to the poor section of the that badly needed a money and went to the city to find better opputunity but was fallen because of those scamming sites. They do not have permanent address, for they are moving and moving so that the authority would have difficult time to find them.

Contacts:

Submit your legal query here: http://www.dole.gov.ph/queries/submit
Hotline: You may call DOLE Hotline: 1349 from your fixed-line phones.
Directory of Regional Offices: http://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/view/22

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