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How to prevent job scams, employment scammer and their rotten scams are exposed here...

Job fraud, and how to ” Red Flag ” them!

Or in plain English “How to tell if a job is a scam”…

any online job seeker , searching the web for employment, must be aware of the Con Artists, operating in the cyber space job market.

Doctor Google and ScamCrusader Tips

Get your very own Dr.Google…

to do some research, about the company, or people who are offering you work, on... and off line.

Find out about the specific job you’re interested in.

Is it advertised vacant, on their corporate web site?

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If the company refuses…

any simple information, about themselves, and their operations…Don’t bother

You’ve just Red flagged possible cyber criminals at work.

Go a step further and use Scam Crusader’s…..” Scam Detector” or Check Scam Lists.

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ScamCrusader Tips

Check with organizations…

like the Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission, in America or your own National

Trade commission, to see if the company, has been reported as a job scammer, and find out the whole story about “your possible new job” prospect.

How much “Show me the money”

One of the most important part of the job!

If it isn't listed in the job posting, try to find out if there's a wage, or if you're paid on commission, only.

Beware of the employment sharks!...

Employment sharks scams by ScamCrusader

Most employment frauds are paid by commission only!

Ask how much you're paid

when you’re paid, and how you’re paid.

Be straight up front and take the “Bull by the Horn” as we say “Down Under.”

Don’t “Pussy foot” around, most Bosses like a fair minded employee.

If the company , doesn't pay…

an hourly rate or a salary, carefully investigate, all the relevant details.

Remember the “Red Flag” for job scams, is it showing? If so, it’s most probably another job Scam con.

Rule No 1 never ever…

Pay any fees, money, or “deposits” when looking for any work, if asked, maybe cyber fraud operators, are at work!.

Legitimate companies do not…

require employees to “fork out” any monies, before they start their new employment, that includes “Home directories” (which we’ll deal with later)and other agencies, hawking jobs.

Remember “ a fair days work, for a fair wage”

is still the motto for to-days job seekers, don’t think the “Get rich quick theme” works…it doesn’t, in any short term scenario…guaranteed.

Beware and prayerfully consider…

As my beloved wife tells us all the time, “If it sounds too good to be true…it most often is” and therefore most likely, cyber criminals, are at work!

All job offers…

must be diligently read out, get mum and dad, or friends to help out.

Employment scams are often…

Involved with, hidden into in the employment “offer”, a gentle request for personal financial information , for ”Direct Debit” purposes, in other words when your wages, are paid to you directly, into your bank account, nominated by you, the employee, at the start of your job commencement.

job scams flagged by ScamCrusader

These well thought out job scams…

Can be so difficult to “Flag” as they’re cleverly written, and often looks genuine and presentable.

Always look for the “Red Flag” sign, whenever you pertain to do the following business online:

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ScamCrusader Tips

• Looking for jobs and business
• Shopping for “Bargains” globally
• Searching for any home based marketing “Opportunities”
• Seeking Romance through Dating services
• Any Investment possibilities

If you have been involved in job frauds…
as a victim, or perhaps you’re the one,we’re talking about.. the perpetrator

Job Scammer comes clean by ScamCrusader

Come clean and share…

you past job scams and how you operated, we’ll keep it confidential and make sure you won’t be recognized, and vilified, because of your past activities.

While we’re out to get any bad internet fraud operator, we’ll be fair and extend Grace and God’s forgiveness to anyone, who comes forward.

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