How to detect a fake job offer
- Fraudulent job emails usually don't have detailed information about the job, role, company and package. The content of the e-mail would be vague and unclear.
- If money is asked, then it's fake job call. No legitimate company asks for money in the name of bond or security deposits in advance.
- The list of opening shared with you would be enormous -- right from blue collar staffers of all industries to white collar staffers to the top management.
- Generally, these emails would land in your spam folder. Because, they were sent in bulk.
- Office address given in the bottom of the mail would mostly be wrong.