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Kenji Yamacya
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Which job search platform are you using? I always think that job search platform should have a responsibility of reviewing and verifying the job postings, it can be applied at an easiest level rather than costing the job search platform too much to develop something elegant or complicated. For example, they can give the job seeker a reminder if the job postings have been complained by other job seekers or the job posting is trying to ask for a personal information from you.

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I understand your frustration. Unfortunately, there are scammers out there taking advantage of job seekers. It's important to stay cautious and do thorough research on any remote position before applying or disclosing personal information. Stick to reputable job search platforms like Jobcase, Indeed, LinkedIn, and others that have measures in place to verify job postings. If something feels off or too good to be true, trust your instincts and move on to the next opportunity.

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Laura Thebodeau
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Hi @Sara Crews - I've been working remotely for over 30 years - scams are everywhere & creative...

I'd take a look at the job board https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/results?q=&l=Remote

Many legit job posts include the company name - you can go to the company's website to verify and apply on their career page.

I've seen a lot of data entry jobs using the search term "healthcare remote", too.

Good luck with your search!

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LEON YOUNGBLOOD
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It’s because they are they sell your information and you get telemarketing calls day and night

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