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"PREVENT YOUR ACCOUNT FROM INTERNET FRAUD
At XXXX Job Board, it is our priority to provide you with a safe and secure environment to search and apply for jobs. We understand how stressful the job search can be, and we want you to understand that we are very careful to protect your personal information.
PLEASE TAKE THESE PREVENTATIVE MEASURES WHEN DEALING WITH PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYERS:
- Do not give your social security number in any circumstance.
- Do not provide credit card or bank numbers, or engage in any monetary transactions whatsoever.
- Do not provide any non-work related personal information (i.e. eye color, marital status, etc.) over the phone or online. Do not provide copies of photo identification cards or drivers licenses.
- Be cautious when dealing with contacts outside of your own country.
FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING INTERNET FRAUD, YOU CAN VISIT: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/menu-internet.htm"
<Note from JobFairy.com: You will rarely get a job from an out-of-state recruiter, let alone an out-of-country one. Don't give out your mother's maiden name. Don't put in a pin number. Be wary of signing up for an account on a recruiter site with your email address and password; unscrupulous ones know that you tend to use your real password so that you have less to remember. You rarely sign up with recruiters at their site; they usually get your information off of places like monster.com and dice.com. (The only exception was Atlantis Partners/TechieGold.com and they're not worth your time anyway; they're also not in business in Colorado anymore as far as I can tell.) Listen to your instincts; if it smells, don't do it.>