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Online job search is an important tool but should be approached with caution. Read these important tips:• Jobs ARE NOT offered during online interviews, by email, text, chat or instant message services like Google Hangout, Yahoo Messenger, etc. Read more.• Scammers use personal email accounts like @yahoo.com, @gmail.com ... Email from a real business ENDS with the company name like @starbucks.com, @walmart.com ...• Promised money, a check, a job or something valuable and asked for personal/financial information. NEVER give bank account, credit card, personal information, deposit a check or send money to anyone you don't know and trust.• If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is not true. More Tips for Avoiding Job Scams.
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