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Research firm ZeroFOX has found that unless a company has a verified recruiting account, it can be difficult for an applicant to decipher a legitimate account from an impersonator. One way to spot an impersonator is that they commonly provide Gmail, Yahoo, and other free email provider addresses through which applicants can inquire about a […]

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Like millions of other people, you may well have made a donation to your favorite charity via PayPal. It turns out, though, that those donations don’t always go where you intended. Instead, the money may go to other charities selected by PayPal without the knowledge or consent of the donor, according to a class action […]

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Students online across the US are targeted in a common employment scam, according to FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). “Scammers advertise phony job opportunities on college employment websites, and/or students receive e-mails on their school accounts recruiting them for fictitious positions,” authorities warn. “This employment results in a financial loss for participating students.” According […]

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