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Jobsradar.com / Their jobs are fakes

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I found the website www.jobsradar.com several weeks ago, but it was really bad experience. I hoped to get some work from them, but all their jobs were fakes. When I tried to reach someone from the company, no replies, no promises of calling back. I sent emails and messages to the customer services, but I haven’t received nay reply. WTF? The website is real scam, so please share this info in order to warn other users.

Ol
Aug 21, 2014
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  • Jo
      Dec 05, 2015

    The nuttiest website in the country, all I said to this clowns was I didn't think it was going to work and the person is hanging up the phone

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  • Ch
      Dec 30, 2015

    I agree with Olcos and Jondoeme. I have been job searching and therefore have a few irons in the fire (resume uploaded to monster.com and a few other job sites, So, I didn't think it too odd when, about a week ago, I received a text about a job that had been advertised (although I had not actually applied for said job yet). Anyway, looking back, I realize how weird the whole encounter was - out of the blue, I received a text that said simply,
    "Jane, we haven't heard from you. If you're interested in a (business name) job, call (301)259-3781. Text STOP to end. -jobsradar.com."
    Again, the funniest thing was that I had never actually applied for this job. Lol.

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