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Are You Applying For A Job? Beware of Job Scams A Job scam as the name suggests is nothing but a scheme of extorting money in lieu of either a Job Guarantee or arranging a favourable Job Interview. In simple words, job seekers are asked for money in lieu of open or implied promises of Employment or setting up a Job Interview in the favour of the applicant.

The job market for Fresher’s in all streams has slowed down. This creates the perfect opportunity for unscrupulous individuals and agencies to create lucrative honey traps for those looking for jobs. Particularly, vulnerable are those who are entering the job market for the first time or are desperate for a job. Job sites provide them with avenues for online job search, post resumes and apply for jobs. Job sites are unable to check each and every job post due to huge volume.


Job sites are unable to check each and every job post due to huge volume or Job posts. Also, not every employer is made to verify their credentials via KYC either. So a substantial number of scammers are putting out job posts and flooding inbox of job-seekers with emails to call them for assured jobs. These emails are loaded up with phrases like “Congratulations! Your job search ends here! Great salary packages and unlimited incentives! Call now to apply for job. Also, there’s only a first name mentioned in the emails with the Prefix “HR” along with a mobile number. There’s no company information and no physical address specified. If the job seeker happens to call this number, they are asked to report to an office or site for preliminary inquiry after a short telephonic conversation. During the interview they would be asked simple questions and asked to deposit an initial amount as a registration fee for getting an offer. They are even handed a vague receipt to tell them they have been selected for a job. Thereafter the job seeker is instructed to report to a training centre for basic training. They may be charged an additional sum again as a training fee. Post this alleged training; the job seeker might receive a certificate of some sort and receive instructions to report for a final round. Depending on their interview performance or employer preferences, they might get employment offer or not sometimes. Its these middle level scammers, posing as employers, bona fide HR representatives and trainers are scamming job-seekers out of their money and wasting their precious time. So, beware next time and if you receive an email with offer similar to the description above then it may be a scam. Post resume on trusted online job search site to apply for job.

If you are Applying for Job Beware it can be a Job Scams  

If you want to give a growth to your career then should know about what is wrong and right. If you are applying for a job so beware it can b...

If you are Applying for Job Beware it can be a Job Scams  

If you want to give a growth to your career then should know about what is wrong and right. If you are applying for a job so beware it can b...

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