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Here’s how to identify fake jobs in Nigeria
Fake job messages come in different forms and the scammers behind it have overtime proved to be very smart.
If you are receiving any message like this, “Dear applicant, your CV was received and we sent you the N.N.P.C recruitment form. Print it out, fill it and send back to us. Call Mr. (NAME) (NUMBER) for more info” then you should be very careful because fake job agents have already got you on their list.
Fake job messages come in different forms and the scammers behind it have overtime proved to be very smart. One needs to understand how they operate to avoid falling into their trap. Here are five ways you can spot fake jobs in Nigeria.
1. No credible online presence
Any company that is is sending you recruitment updates or interview messages in 2018 is expected to have an online presence.
The company must either have a website, blog or a social media page. If you receive a job message and you can’t find any useful information about the company online, ignore it.