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I got a call on my phone regarding jobseekers with disabilities. As soon as I went to the website address I was given "landajob.org" I could tell it was not legitimate. Information for my name, address, phone, etc., as well as personal information was asked for. I did not complete anything but just looked over it. It gave a description of EN's or Employer Networks, which is a scam. Beware.............
What a scam!! Texted my cell to call 866-236-4983, which was automated voice over questions. I hung up immediately. Checked the job posting an hour later and the position was no longer listed on the site I bookmarked. Hmmm...
I recieved a phone call regarding a job I had applied for online. I almost fell for $500 sweepstakes Prize . I read the rules & realized that their primary goal was to sell me "education". I quickly unsubsribed from their site. I must admit that I'm very disappionted that I was misled.
Avoid it and it's affiliates down below by any means...Fake postings - NO JOBS! =(
Unfortunately they must have obtain my info after applying from careerbuilder.com
They sent me a text message to call them to get verified.
Little I knew that they collected my personal info, not to land me a job but to sell it to an educational institution to get me to enroll.
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35. Department the-hrdepartment.com
36. Best Choice Careers – bestchoicecareers.com
43. Harris Solutions Group – harrissolutionsgroup.com
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