Here are some tips to help you recognize and avoid a suspicious job posting.
- Do not send money to a recruiter or prospective employer.
- Do not send money to anyone claiming to have found you a job as part of working for Glassdoor or for a company using Glassdoor for recruitment. (We don't do this.)
- Do not give out personal or financial account information to a new employer via email or messaging service.
- Do not cash checks or transfer funds for your employer.
- Beware of spelling errors and bad grammar.
- If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- Beware of job postings that ask you to send your resume to a free email address (e.g. @gmail.com, @mail.com, etc.).
Do your homework. Be sure to research any job opportunity that interests you. If you see a suspicious job posting, Contact Us and include the link to the job posting on Glassdoor in your email.
If you think you have been a victim of fraud, immediately report the fraud to your local police and contact Glassdoor.
We also suggest you file an online report: