Via Oil Offshore Marine:
This is not new. And it’s not good either. Internet-based job scams have developed very rapidly taking advantage of the fact that, when surfing the internet, the online system can be used to disguise one’s real name or position, thus allowing scammers to make false claims and earn easy money by fooling their victims.
What is a job scam? A job scam is a form of FRAUD where certain persons (scammers), posing as recruiters (agencies) or as employers offer really attractive employment opportunities (which seem too good to be true); subsequently, the jobseeker (candidate looking for a good job) is required to pay them [the scammers] money in advance, usually under the guise of work visas, air travel expenses, and out-of-pocket expenses . . . . . Click here to read the full information.
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