ALERT: Expert warns of fake graduate jobs
Experts have issued a fresh warning to recent graduates not be taken on a “financial ride” by scammers advertising fake graduate jobs. Reports have stated that fake companies are being set up with the promise of employment and a high starting salary but with one catch ... send money beforehand.
With a starting salary of £26,000 and the promise of more, these jobs are often too good to be true.
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