Jobolytics assure you to provide the best possible habitat for you to look for work and manage your career. Jobolytics requests you to follow very basic simple security precautions while posting on Jobolytics and employment offers that you may get through email to help us achieve that objective.
It may be possible that when you search for jobs online you may come across a fraudulent job or receive a fraudulent email with the sender’s email falsified to make it appear as though it originated from Jobolytics. Such behavior is against Jobolytics’s Terms of Service and may be illegal under federal and/or state law.
Scams affect all online businesses, unfortunately. Jobolytics takes every attempt to avoid misuse, yet it is not immune. We've gathered the following security-related articles and resources to assist you in conducting a safer job search. This knowledge will help you manage your career more effectively.
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Spam emails are so prevalent nowadays. 'Phishing' and ‘Spoofing’ are two types of email fraud. Both include falsified 'from addresses' that make it look as though the email came from somewhere or someone other than the intended recipient. The warning indicators to watch out for are listed below.
What is Phishing?
These emails are used to gather personal information and account information without the user's knowledge. They can also be used to trick the receiver into downloading malware. A link to a fake website will also be included, prompting the recipient to enter personal or account information or download harmful software. In order to access your account or utilize our services, Monster will never require you to download software.
How to Identify Spoofing?
A fake job offer and/or a request to act as a go-between for payment processing or money transfers are frequently included in spoof emails. This scam is aimed mostly at the public, and also reaches the people who are members of jobolytics and have personal information on resumes. The sender's address is typically disguised, much like in phishing emails.
Tips to Protect Yourself From Scams
The Anti-Phishing Working Group has put up a list of tips to help you avoid being a victim of these scams:
1) If you feel an email or message is not legitimate, don't click on the link message to go to any online website.
2) To induce recipients to react quickly, phishers frequently include unpleasant or thrilling statements in their mails.
3) Be aware of any email requesting urgent personal financial details.
4) When entering credit cards or other sensitive information into your Web browser, always use a secure website.