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Career-Network.com - South Carolina / Career-network/on fire employment fraud

Co

I submitted my resume to this website a couple of weeks ago. I am still receiving emails from "on fire employment" that read: Subject: "Regarding your application for" (fill in the blank) "Our company tried to reach you let you know about the Legal File Clerk position. Unfortunately, we have not yet received your response This is a great opportunity. offers $15.00/hour plus excellent benefits, including paid sick days and holidays, medical and dental insurance, tuition reimbursement plans, and a 401k retirement plan. Please select the link below to learn more about this position and to submit...

Career-Network.com - Colorado / fraud email

Lo

I was sent an email from C. Benn and he told me that my he has reviewed my resume and I was selected from a vast number. He told me to visit the link and put in my info. I copied the link into a separate window and filled out my name, address, email, phone number, and uploaded my resume. I did notice that the company name was confidential. I then did some research and tried to go back to the site-which is now "under construction". BEWARE of any emails about jobs that sound way too good to be true, more than likely they are. I hope that my infor doesn't get misused. I have also reported them to hotmail. com

Career-Network.com - New York, New York / Online scam

Va

Career-network.com is a bogus site that when you apply to a job through Craigslist you are directed to multiple bogus websites under the banner of career-network.com to fill out your personal information including your address and what cell phone carrier you use as well as whether you own your own business and what your credit score is etc. Another thing is that I took my wife's advice and did NOT provide the 3 references that they had the nerve to ask for. I mean of course on an interview, I would be more than happy to provide the manager/recruiter with the references. But, they asked...