Leading ‘work from home’ jobs provider Searchline Database Pvt. Ltd. has come up with some simple ways to differentiate between real and fraudulent companies. These tips could com real and fraudulent companies. These tips could come handy to freshers who are looking for reliable companies that offer ‘work from home’ jobs.
- Unprofessional emails
Real companies hire professional writers to write even the shortest of emails. Although some scam mails are well-written, may aren’t. If the mail contains spelling and grammar mistakes, be on your guard.
- Vague job descriptions
If you have ever searched for a job online, you must know that recruiters include job descriptions and requirements in their emails. In order to sound real, most of the scammers do the same too. However, their job descriptions and requirements are so vague that almost everyone fits in. According to experts at Searchline Database, if it’s a real job, requirements will be quite specific.
- Too good to be true
If something is too good to be true, it probably is. If you receive a mail or a call offering you a lucrative job with sumptuous salary, but requires immediate joining, it probably is a scam.
- You are asked to provide confidential information
No real company asks you to provide any information that is supposed to be confidential. Some scammers tactfully make you blurt out sensitive information so that they can ‘put you on company insurance’.
- Emails sent from a personal email id
Some interviewers make an excuse for using a personal email id by saying that the company is facing too many problems with spam or the company’s servers are down or the company hasn’t set up its email system yet. It’s a good bet that it’s a scam.
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