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Scam Alert

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What's worse than looking for a job in a depressed market? Having your bank account emptied to boot. Monster.com sent out a warning to its users: Don't give out personal information. It seems identity thieves are placing fraudulent job postings to trick job seekers into giving out personal information. They contact the job seeker and ask for personal information such as SSN and bank account information, supposedly for the human resources department. The moral of the story: Never give out personal information online.

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-- Posted: Oct. 10, 2003
   

 

 
 
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