In the internet, there are tons of jobs that are waiting to be filled with online, home-based workers who are looking for ways of how to make money online. Some jobs are as easy as typing or as difficult as making websites. There are also tons of outsourcing jobs in the internet that offers you hard-to-believe deals that will let you think of working online a good idea right away. But not everything in the internet is true. There are a lot of online jobs that are really a dummy job and would make you work for money ,but won’t pay you after you’ve done the project that they ask of you. Here are some tips to help you spot a fraud online job and save the effort of getting scammed by unfair employers.
1. Shady/Vague company Background Description
- If in an outsourcing website, the company who is interested to hire you have a really vague background of the company, then it is more likely to be a fraud. Any background information and history od the company should be written at the profile so that the employees who are looking for a job will find it a legit company.
2. No reviews from anyone or any website
- Reviews help future online job hunters in checking out the system of a certain company before even trying it out. It’s some kind of an emergency detour sign for people who are having doubts in a certain company. There are also reviews that are negative to a certain company so better consider and assert the company before saying that it is a legit company.
3. Doesn’t brief you with what they’re looking for
- if they give you a job description but the description is somewhat confusing and afterwards they would just give you articles to write and things to do without briefing you on what to do or what you’re job in the company will be, then it’s a sign that it may be a fraud online job. They will tell you that they are real with real pay and all you have to do is do this, or do that but in the end, they will just want your work and won’t even pay you, then that’s a fraud.
4. They don’t give you a background of themselves.
-as their boss or employer, there should have been even a brief introduction about themselves before telling you what your job will be. If you know who they are and have a picture of themselves, and you can even skype with them then they are not a fraud, if on the other hand that they are not sharing their information, then it’s not a real job.
5. When the deals/contracts are too good to be true
- If a company is promising you heaven and earth, even when you are only of novice level in a new job, then that is a fraud. They will tell you that they take good care of their employees no matter how new they are but in the end they will just scam you and would get your work.