These tips will help you recognize an untruthful employer or a fraudulent job opportunity and prevent you from applying for such vacancies.

  • Corporate mail is not specified. Typically, the company's email addresses share a domain with the company's website. Messages from company representatives cannot, therefore, be sent from personal email addresses such as Gmail or However, small businesses and private entrepreneurs can sometimes use regular email addresses. So, if you're uncertain, use Google to check this email for feedback.
  • There is no information about the company, its profile, or website, and the data is quite vague. A high-quality job advertisement includes the company name, complete contact information, the company's field, and other information (responsibilities, working conditions, and requirements).
  • Conditions are far too appealing. Typically, a suspiciously high income can be proposed in the interview or easy money offered. We advise you to pay attention to vacancies where conditions are not described clearly. That is, after reading the job description, you do not have a clear idea of the duties, working conditions and requirements.
  • Payment is requested. During the interview, the employer asks to pay for materials, registration, employment. Please note that bona fide employers do not require payment for courses, starter kits, the purchase of literature, or anything else.
  • After responding to a vacancy, the employer asks for personal data, photos, screenshots, or a signed contract. A legitimate employer may also request documents, but only after you have gone through several stages of interviews and received an official job offer.
  • New website domain. Scammers often use " one-time" websites. You can check a suspicious employer on the Internet.

If you have any doubts about your communication with an employer or if it matches any of the points mentioned above, please contact Jooble Support immediately. You can reach us via or the link.

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