In the quest for a getting a job, . and fraudulent job opportunities will splash you in the. Many at times, these individuals behind fake job interviews perfect their schemes that it is difficult to tell it from the real ones.
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. has itemized fast procedures to uncovering fake interview invitations irrespective of where it may have emanated from.
1. Search up the email address
Searching up the email address of the company or organization offering the vacancy is key in understanding if it is . or not. According to Nigeria Latest Opportunities, once the name on the advert is at tandem with what is on Google search then you are on track.
2. Look up the office address
Another necessary thing to search to is the office address. Look up the address on the advert on Google search, once it matches the one on the company’s website on Google then it is an authentic invitation.
3. Search up the company name on a search engine
Another thing worth looking up is the name of the company. A comprehensive search on a popular search engine will save you from falling for the wrong job invite.
4. Search results don’t add up
After doing your research and it keeps returning with different results, then it is a sign that the job invitation is fake.
CareerAddict asserts that some scammers go to the point of creating fake websites to deceive unsuspecting job hunters. Scamwarners will help you screen out and identify those with fraudulent tendencies.
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Meanwhile, . previous reported about 7 important things job applicants should do before going for an interview.
One is to know about the company. It is important to know about the company before going for that interview. You could get information about the company on their website or go on Google to know more about the firm.
You can chip in some of the info about the company in the course of the interview.
Another is to speak with someone that works in the company. Though you may not know anyone working in the said company, you can always find a way around it.
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