If a job posting has to explicitly state “our company offers absolutely legal work,” the work they want you to do is probably not legal.
Yes there are real companies that pay people to wrap their cars in advertisements. No, you shouldn’t pay money for a list of companies that do because you probably aren’t a likely candidate anyway.
You are in control over your private information. Don’t let someone bully you into revealing anything you don’t want to reveal.
They have some good advice for anyone looking for a job both in-person and online.
Work at home job seekers now have something new to worry about: fake job postings designed to sign you up for high monthly charges on your credit card.
Phishing scams are getting craftier and more complex. Make sure you can tell the difference between a real email from someone you trust and a fake email from someone trying to steal your identity.
Is scamming becoming too easy or is this attempt just really that bad?
Scams these days aren’t exactly varied. They more or less follow the same structure but replace a few words and numbers here and there. Once you’re able to recognize one scam, you should be able to recognize them all.
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