Thank you for your consideration of JIVTO. We encourage you to exercise caution amid potential recruitment scams.
Unethical actors often impersonate legitimate organizations. Fraudulent recruiters lure victims into false interviews, request fabricated forms, and furnish counterfeit offers. These acts typically aim to extort funds or personal data.
Consider these guidelines as you persevere in your job hunt:
Observe unusual, unsolicited communications, notably from dubious websites or individuals.
JIVTO recruiters may contact you through Email, but never from unofficial sources.
Be vigilant if communication lacks job specifics, the recruiter is elusive, or an offer is extended without an interview.
Distrust messages containing grammatical errors, using urgency or fear tactics, or lacking specific job details.
Refrain from sharing personal data like ID numbers or banking info during the application phase.
JIVTO does not require monetary payments throughout the hiring process.
All JIVTO payments originate from our official company account. Trust-only checks bearing the JIVTO name.
Avoid ambiguous job opportunities from unknown sources that seem "too good to be true".
For further insights on job scams and reporting fraud, visit the US Federal Trade Commission links provided below: