We’ve written several blogs on how to spot a fake hiring scam before, but we wanted to warn you of a new, very elaborate scam we’ve encountered recently. It started with an email. A friend of mine named Carol was applying for jobs. She received a very official-looking email from someone offering her a job
Over the last few years, it’s been virtually impossible to miss news about the remote work revolution. It seems like everyone is working from home–either as a continuation of an arrangement that started due to the pandemic or as part of the great reshuffling. According to a late 2021 Gallup poll, employees enjoy working from
Scammers today are getting more savvy. No longer can you just research the company or individual to determine if they are safe. No, they are impersonating real people and real businesses.When a someone impersonates a real business, it can be difficult to spot in advance. Here are a couple of articles to help educate yourself on
Here at HireMyMom, we strive to be “the” resource for moms looking for great work at home jobs. And we aim to keep HireMyMom 100% scam free. Each job that is posted goes through our approval process. We look for negative reviews and other red flags before deciding if a job will be posted to our members.
There are many postings and listings out there for work from home jobs. Unfortunately, a lot of these are very spammy or just plain scams. Since working from home is so in demand these days, it can be tempting to apply for these kinds of jobs and see where it goes. Read along for some