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Better Business Bureau (BBB)
- Request for bank account numbers.
- Request for Social Security number (SSN).
- Request to "scan the ID" of a job seeker, for example, a drivers' license. Scam artists will say they need to
- scan job seekers' IDs to "verify identity." This is not a legitimate request.
- A contact email address that is not a primary domain. For example, an employer calling itself "Omega Inc." with a Yahoo! email address.
- Misspellings and grammatical mistakes in the job ad.
- Dealing with persons overseas
- Dealing with agents
- Dealing with companies registered in the Cayman Islands
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Tips on How to Identify a Scam or Fraud at ConsumerRraudReporting.org.
How to avoid a check overpayment scam: at ftc.gov
How Not to Get Hooked by a ‘Phishing’ Scam
Fraud at CarBuyingTips.com/
last updated 10 Aug 2007