A Canadian job application website is getting a bit crowded.
The online job posting platform jobadvisor.com has more than 20 million jobs posted on its site.
But it is also a hotbed of scams, with some job seekers asking for money in order to access their online jobs.
The website has faced several reports of scams in the past few months, with one person losing nearly $10,000 in less than two weeks.
Here are five tips to avoid being scammed.1.
Don’t send a resume in the mail.
You can’t be scammed by sending a resume to jobadvisors.com.
Instead, a recruiter or hiring manager will often contact you by email or phone.
They will ask you a few questions about your qualifications, your work history and more.
Once you have been approved, you can send your resume to a recruiting firm for approval.
If the recruiter asks for proof of your job-related experience, you might have to provide a copy of your résumé.2. Don