Job Fraud Alert
We have observed that from time to time, fake job postings are listed online and non-existing job offers are sent via email to illegally collect personal information and/or money from unsuspecting job seekers. Please note that VJC OVERSEAS | JOB does not approve of, or represent any employer or recruiter sending such fraudulent communication, which in fact are a violation of our Terms and Conditions.
VJC OVERSEAS JOB is committed to providing the safest possible environment for you to search and apply to jobs and manage your career.
Here are some tips to help you deal with suspicious Job offers, Links or mails
- Any offer appearing too good to be true must be cross-checked before any communication with the originator of such offers/contents.
- Do not give your identification information unless you are confident that the other party is who they claim to be. For example, you could ask them for a call-back number to use for verification purposes.
- Be careful when providing credit card or bank information, or engaging in any monetary transactions. Be sure to verify the legitimacy of the employer with whom you are interacting.
- Do not provide any non-work-related personal information (e.g., Identification no, eye color, marital status, etc.) over the phone or online.
- Be aware of any job offerings which arrive in e-mail unsolicited and ultimately require anyone to pay a fee in advance, particularly if the fee is asked to be paid through financial services or if one must pay the amount to a bank or person in a third country that is suspiciously unrelated to either party.
If you see a questionable Job Posting or any potential misuse of the Shine.com site or its brand, please report the suspected fraud to VJC OVERSEAS at contact@localhost If you think you have been a victim of fraud, immediately report the committed fraud to VJC OVERSEAS, so that the required steps can be taken for your safety. Educate yourself on Phishing and Spoofing – Internet Fraud Scam.
More information about Phishing scams and how you can protect yourself against them is available here.
Spoof emails usually include a fraudulent offer of employment and/or an invitation to perform a monetary transaction. This scam is primarily directed at a general audience, but it can also reach Shine users who have included contact information on their resume.