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- Do not provide any banking or credit card information when applying for a job.
- If you are concerned about divulging your home address in your resume, consider using a post office box or similar forwarding address.
- When attending a job interview, if you feel in any way uncomfortable with the situation or the person/s you are dealing with, walk away. Also consider your work location; do you feel it is safe? Would you be happy to work there late at night?
- Always let your family or friend know that you are attending an interview and don’t forget to inform about the time and place. Acquaint yourself fully with how to reach the interview venue and return from there.
- Make sure the interview is always arranged during daytime.
- If the job appears to be "too good to be true", it probably is not. Fully research the employer via web forums, search engines and previous employees. Most reputable employers should be happy to help you get in touch with previous/current staff.
- As previously stated, no reputable employer will ask you for money (even for visa, work-permit etc.). If an advertiser does ask you for payment, refuse and contact us immediately.
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- Register with your embassy as soon as you arrive in the host country. Your safety is of paramount importance. If you feel uneasy with any part of the application procedure or interview, walk away!