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Beware of job fraud
Here are some tips so that we can avoid fraud under the guise of vacancies:
- Save your money, don't pay for administrative fees or other things.
- Ignore large companies that use free e-mail addresses like @yahoo @gmail @hotmail @asia @mail and others. Email famous companies usually use the suffix .co.id example: email@example.com
- Avoid sending personal data before you believe about the company.
- Look out for PO BOX addresses or postal boxes. For postal mail users, names, addresses and telephone numbers and company boxes must be complete.
- Ignore job advertisements that promise you work in government or state-owned institutions because this is a fraud tactic so that you deposit money as a test or training fee.
- Pay careful attention to the description of the ad listed. If you feel awkward, just ignore the vacancy.
- If you get a text or email call from a company, first investigate the company can be via the internet, ask friends or relatives or you can go directly to the company location to chat with local employees.
- When you are forced to have an interview, observe the atmosphere of the company. If the situation is suspicious, you have the right to expressly reject the interview agenda. Don't give out any identity before you leave the office environment.
- Beware of job advertisements that include excessive ad language in their ad descriptions, such as "prey to apply", "remember, limited position", "placed according to domicile" or "don't need experience"
- If you finally come to a company for an interview, but in the front office you are asked for registration or form money etc., immediately undo your interview intention and leave the company.
- Also avoid companies that need employees but ask for your original diploma as collateral.
- If at any time you are hired and have to sign a work contract. Please, study the contents of the contract so that in the future there will be no misunderstanding that could harm you.
Remember and think twice before accepting jobs that look easy with large salaries such as a home business, MLM, data entry or administrative positions to avoid work fraud.
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