How To Spot Work-From-Home Scam
I found myself ways to work from home more and even snagged a couple of 100% work-from-home jobs in the past (but working in I.T. is perfect for that).
But not every listing on a legit online job board is actually legit. Yes, a lot on the internet is very scammy. Especially ads for work-from-home jobs and scams. Read on to learn more!
If you see vague job listings anywhere online (not just job boards) that lack detail, are generic or seem fishy in any sense – it is best to steer clear.
The Job Posting and Description Lacks Detail
If a work-from-home job ever requires you to pay any fees upfront in order to get started working, that’s an immediate red flag.
They Require Payment Up Front
Always do your research and fair vetting of the company you want to apply for a position at!
You Can’t Find Any Information About The Company
If you see aspects of a job listing that seem too good to be true, turn to the trusted internet once again and start doing your research.
When Things Are Too Good to Be True, They Usually Are
If you know what to look out for and have realistic expectations when searching online for work-from-home jobs, then you will be able to avoid most of these.
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