We normally see or join Facebook pages or groups that we can get great deals for a specific product or service. Here are some things you need to check so you won’t waste time inquiring to the person who may be a fraud.
Work from Home Jobs
- If work is offered, then you don’t have to pay anything. Doesn’t the employer have to pay you? You don’t need any special software or tools that you need to purchase. It should be provided by the employer.
- Another thing to look out for is several similar posts of the same job offer from different people. This is basically a copy paste thing. If earning by looking for referrals is the main money generating method they have, then it’s a bit sketchy. You’re better off in looking for another home based job.
- You know that it’s probably a fraud if the profile used in posting is a newly created one.
- This is something funny but should be check and taken seriously or rather not. Will you take someone seriously if his or her profile says that he’s working for “sa puso mo” or in Krusy Krab? If you join them, you’ll probably need a scuba gear to go to work with Sponge Bob.
- How about a 21 year old or younger person who’s offering you a supervisory or managerial position? It’s not impossible but more often than not, this person has not reached that level to offer a position like that.
- Facebook posts with photos of showing how much money “they” earned. I would highlight “they” because they’ll claim it but the pictures used are all over the internet and are used by other persons doing shady things like them.
- Keeps asking you to send them a Private Message or Comments will not be entertained. I’m not sure what they are hiding but if they’re confident with their product or service, won’t it be more beneficial for them that everyone sees the information right then and there?
These are just a few things that you should keep an eye for when dealing with people you don’t know in Facebook.