Fraud Alert

Public Warning and Fraud Alert


Job Find Jobs truly understands the importance of your privacy. We will never ask job candidates to pay any kind of fee, make cash or check advancements, cash checks from outside sources or make an investment in any product or service. Nor would we ask our candidates to supply information, such as credit card numbers, banking PIN numbers, by email or online.

Fraud Alert
Public Warning and Fraud Alert

Please be aware that if you receive requests like the ones described above, it is likely a form of fraud. Please contact us if your think someone is using Job Find Jobs name to seek this information from you.

What to do if you suspect fraud

Please contact our Quality Assurance Department at hr@jobfindjobs.com if you receive any suspicious communications that reference Job Find Jobs or any of our staffing divisions. Suspicious communications include those that ask you to reveal personal information, either via email or on a website, or that that ask you to cash checks or pay any sort of fee. By letting us know about suspicious communications, you can help us prevent others from being deceived.

Additional Consumer Resources to Get Learn about Fraud

Federal Trade Commission: Division of Marketing Practices


Federal Trade Commission: Fighting Back Against Identity Theft


Federal Trade Commission: How Not to Get Hooked by a Phishing Scam


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