If you’re looking for job opportunity abroad it’s always good to be safe then to be sorry especially with the numerous accounts of scams popping up every day. Here are some tips and tricks to sets scams apart from the real thing.
1. If it’s too good to be true it probably is.
Scammers will sell you a dream to distract you from the negative side of their job offer. Example: An email promising employment at a hospital in United States at no cost to the applicant. But applicants will have to pay for medical tests and interview coaching in the Philippines.
2.Never hesitate to validate the legitimacy of any job offer.
Real job postings show you the description of the job and the list of requirements as well as the contact information. Do your homework and check into Recruiters using search engines like Google a very powerful tool. Other tools at your disposal – POEA or POLO. http://www.poea.gov.ph
3. Don’t be forced into making a quick decision on the spot
Scammer s will create a situation that forces you to make a decision without thinking it through. These Scams come in different forms such as emails, phone calls and even in person as well form foreigners.
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