Unemployment Fraud

It is a shame that criminals prey on people when they’re at their must vulnerable, because as unemployment rates have increased, so has the incidence of unemployment scams and unemployment fraud.

If you’ve just lost your job, you’ve got so much to worry about – you certainly don’t need the added burden of getting taken by a scammer.

We give you a checklist on how to identify and avoid these criminals and their scams:

How To Identify Unemployment Scams

If you’ve been a victim of an unemployment scam or any kind of job scam or internet scams, or have some suggestions of your own, please post it in the comment section below, or in the job forum.

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