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Job fraud
There is an increasing number of fake job offers soliciting fees from applicants circulating on the Internet. Below are some tips to stay away from fraud.
Please note that ReliefWeb makes all attempts to ensure the authenticity of each job vacancy published on the ReliefWeb site, and that ReliefWeb does not allow advertisers to charge any fees to applicants. Please report any violations to us.
What are some warning signs of a potential scam?
How you can determine if a job offer is a fake?
What you can do if you believe you have been the victim of a scam?
Scams can be reported to local authorities. In the U.S, complaints can be filed with The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
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