I received this in my email box today:
We are happy and very excited about the potential you and your experience will bring to the table!
XXX-XXX is offering you to join our business and help it grow working distantly and then in a new office.
You will be working from your home office during your probationary period (3-4 weeks). At the end of the probationary period you will have earned $1,920.

I am sure that this is a scam but I wanted to... see more

You’re right it is a scam I tried that out and watch it because before you know it they ask you for your credit... see more

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Artificial Intelligence Changes Employment

We have been hearing a lot about Artificial Intelligence over the past several years. Some experts predict that AI will eliminate half of all jobs that require humans. Yet, others say that we have nothing to fear, because AI may rid many jobs, but it will also create new employment opportunities.

According to a new Brookings Institution report, robots aren’t replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S... see more


This is so true. It's here now.

I had an online interview with an AI if you can believe it!
I got an email that... see more

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Hey all,
Just wanted to bring this situation to light, although you may be already familiar with it: FAKE INTERVIEWS! So this company reached out to me regarding my resume, saying they got it from an employment search engine that I posted it on. They proceed to conduct an interview with me, online, because they are a German based company. (I looked them up as well as the recruiter, and it all matched up). We go through a lengthy online interview... see more

Do you have employers wanting you to go to google hangouts for interviews? Those seem to be scam to me.

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I applied on ZipRecruiter for many positions but one in particular that said Office Assistant like many others out there I received an e-mail two days later from the day I had applied.A Mike Tencredi emailed me saying Thank You for sending us your resume but think and believe that you will make a great candidate for the position.He then proceeded to send me a questionare composed of 7 questions,I answered them all successfully.The good news was I... see more

I have been scammed like this also. My bank kept the check that was sent to me and told me that they would contact... see more

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Over the last 2 days I have had 3 job offers by 2 different companies offering jobs working from home. They use legitimate company's to do this scam and here is a little of how it works.

They send you an email of a job offer to work from home using a real company's name that does do some positions remotely and they say the positions pay anywhere from $15 to $28 an hour.

Then when you reply they want to set up an interview but the interview is... see more

This same exact thing happened to me I’m on my second week in though and finally got this task and found this I’m... see more

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Just confirmed it was fraud when I got my check today

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I got this email today and a call from someone, who spoke in length about this position. I am an attorney and was being offered this position without an interview. I have been looking for employment for a while now, but I urge everyone out there to not fall for stuff like this, just because you may need work. I think its not a genuine thing, but since I am young and very new to the industry, I want the opinion of fellow job casers. FYI I havent... see more

Is there a way get back the money paid for the training, I got a call from Rajveer Malhotra from Nexus systems

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Reliance Capital Limited want's to pay me $30 a hour to work in their Customer service/Human Resources/Project Manager/Administrative Assistant/Operation Manager/data Entry Skills/. Entry level they say, no prior training necessary. BS!!! I would never pay anyone without the necessary the skill for those position that dam much. Yet I just got their text for a Interview.

i got a similiar email!! They did not mention hourly pay, though. Whey do these scammers play these games.

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Recently I have seen an alarming increase in posts from people inquiring as to whether a position they have applied for is a scam. Sadly, more often than not if you suspect a potential position for which you have either applied for or have been contacted about is a scam, it usually is. Below is an e-mail I received with regard to a position I never applied for which in my opinion is most definitely a scam:

hrmanager@daewoong-pharmaceutical-co.... see more

There is a man who wants me to pay $319 for the watch starter kit and so I'm no longer than a free user in their website. I told him I can't afford it but he keeps pressuring me. I would only make 10% commission. I think the website is HTTPS://myworldgn.store.booksandstitches.com

I signed up as a free user but can't afford the expensive kit. Any advice?

Oh Lucinda! Through some more digging I found out that HELO is affiliated with the World Global Network, which is a... see more

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Thank you Emily! I appreciate your help. I figured it was probably an MLM and I couldn't afford the initial... see more

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I myself fell prayed to a scam recently it was a company by the name of Kroger and they wanted to hire me to do things here in the city I live. They mailed me cashier's checks to purchase equipment to use. They wanted me to deposit the cashier's check electronically to my ATM, fortunately my ATM rejected it. I then turned and called the banks that these cashier's checks were issued upon, they ended up being totally bogus. I was drug along for... see more

i know some people is not that smart to fall for something like that i for myself had over $13,000 in bogus check... see more

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I’ve seen a lot of posts in the community about finding a work-from-home job. That’s why I wanted to share a few tips on how to find one, so you can avoid running into any scams or dead-end job positions.

Use keywords like “remote” and “virtual”: If you’re performing a job search, avoid using “work from home” in your search. Instead, use words like “remote” and “virtual”. These are more common in legitimate job descriptions.

Check out company... see more

Thanks for the advice

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