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Employment scams are on the rise. We urge you to exercise caution when responding to emails with unsolicited job offers. Your vigilance and safety are of utmost importance. 

Key Indicators of Employment Scams:
· Unprofessional/Deceptive Email Addresses: Legitimate companies use professional email domains. Suspicious emails often come from free, non-corporate email services. 
· Unsolicited Job Offers: Be wary of job offers that come from unsolicited emails, especially if you haven't applied for a position with the company.
· Request for Personal Information: Be cautious if the email asks for sensitive personal information, financial details, or payment as part of the recruitment process.
· Too Good to Be True Offers: If the job offer seems too lucrative, with high pay for minimal work or qualifications, it's likely a scam.
· Pressure to Act Quickly: Scammers often create a sense of urgency, pressuring you to act fast without giving you time to think or verify.

Precautions to Avoid Email Scams:
· Verify the Source: Always check the sender’s email address and verify it with the official company website.
· Do Not Share Personal Information: Never provide personal or financial information over email, especially to unknown or unverified sources.
· Research the Offer: Conduct thorough research on the company and the job offer. Look for reviews or reach out to the company through official channels.
· Use Secure Channels: Always apply for jobs through reputable job portals or directly on the company’s official career page.
· Trust Your Instincts: If something feels off, it probably is. Trust your gut feeling and avoid engaging with suspicious emails.

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