If an opportunity is too good to be true, it probably is. In the following post, learn five ways job seekers can avoid getting scammed in their searches for employment.
The company promised consumers they would land federal jobs after they paid for study materials or counseling services to pass an exam.
Except many of the federal jobs do not require a test, and the company, Government Careers Inc., was operating a con and has been permanently banned from selling employment-related products or services.
Another company made bogus promises of nonexistent sales jobs, and advertised them on major career boards, then charged consumers $97 after they agreed to pay $38 for assistance landing the “work.”
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