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There is a substantial number of fraudulent training offers circulating on the Internet. Below are some tips to stay away from fraud.
Please note that, while ReliefWeb makes all attempts to ensure the authenticity of each training published on its site, it is not liable for any fraudulent training advertisement that appears in its space, per ReliefWeb’s Terms and Conditions.
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