Characteristics of Job Vacancies Fraud

September 12, 2017

Job vacancies are what those who do still do not have a job look for the most that they tend to not hesitate to try applying for a job they want without knowing more about the company offering the job. However, it is actually important for those of you as a job applicant to know more about the company before actually applying as now there is job vacancies fraud used to deceive people. By knowing the company first, you will be able to know whether the job is true and also whether the company is good, like Kyani, for example.

So, if you do not want to be one of the victims, it is essential for you to know the characteristics of job vacancies fraud that you will be able to avoid them. Here are some of the characteristics:

1. COST

One of the characteristics of fraud job vacancies is the cost, there are some cases of fraud victims will be promised to enter into the Company by using administrative costs, no company that uses the cost of administration to enter as Workers into the company,

2. COMPANY LOGO

Fraud with this type often puts additional logos in addition to the company logo and is usually an unrelated instance. For example, the healthcare company’s logo is juxtaposed with the health ministry logo or even an unfamiliar company.

3. LOCATION TEST OR INTERVIEW

It is better for applicants to check first the location of the interview on Google or the company’s official website, to ensure the address in accordance with the head office or branch of the company. Often fraudster on behalf of job placement location, so the applicant is obliged to come to the certain city which far from its domicile or even not according to the city of proposed placement.

4. CONTACT PERSON OR HRD

The HRD section of an authorized company can be found on the company’s official website. In addition through the website, applicants can find their true identity through LinkedIn or Google.

5. FAKE EMAIL ADDRESS

Characteristics of Fraud The first job openings are fake emails, many cases of fake emails to recruit potential job applicants, they deliberately bought some very similar domains to deceive potential victims, but there are still scammers on behalf of companies using free e-mail addresses.

Eula G. Snow

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