See below the types of vacancies that should be reported to Jooble customer service:
- Fraudulent vacancies
Jooble is committed to the safety of our users. The quality control department checks thousands of vacancies, websites, and employers for fraud on a daily basis. But unfortunately, sometimes fraudulent companies manage to post a vacancy on our site.
If the employer asks you to provide personal information (passport or bank details) before an official invitation to work or to pay to get a job, it's a scam.
Mistake in the vacancy
Description, salary, region, or contact details specified in the vacancy are incorrect.
Response to the vacancy on a paid basis
Jooble services are completely free of charge for our job seekers. If you find a job on Jooble, and then the source site asks you to pay to apply, please let us know.
The job you have found on Jooble is unavailable on the source site.
Prohibited work that involves violating the law (performing illegal actions). For example, escort services, Webcam modelling, distribution of drugs/weapons or other prohibited items.
Report the vacancy
To report the vacancy, contact us via the portal. In your request, please specify:
The link to the vacancy
If the job is no more available on our site, or you cannot find it, provide all the information you have about it. It can be the full name of the job or the company, the date of response to the mentioned vacancy, or the letter you have received from the fraudulent company.
Proofs of fraud
An employer provides a screenshot or scan copy as a proof of fraud. Besides, if the job seems suspicious to you (for example, a salary too high compared to the market-based one), you can report it, specifying the reason for your request.
Jooble does not participate in hiring people for jobs and cannot provide any kind of information concerning a positive or negative decision of the employer as to the candidate's application. You can contact the employer directly to clarify all the points you are interested in.