6 Ways To Spot A Fake Job Interview In Nigeria - Full Gist NG

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Monday, 2 April 2018

6 Ways To Spot A Fake Job Interview In Nigeria

The number of fake jobs interviews (popularly called GNLD) is currently on the high side in Nigeria. This has prompted us to share with you, these tips to enable you to spot a fake job invite even from a distance.

I have seen such a significant number of Jobseekers grumbling and deploring their experience in the hands of fraudsters who welcome individuals for a talk just to persuade them with counterfeit medication promoting business.

I’m doing this not just on the grounds that these organizations squander individuals’ opportunity, vitality and T-fare going to such meetings, yet additionally on the grounds that the greater part of these con artists requests cash from hapless job seekers subsequently making their torment double.

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Imagine a trickster coercing #10,500 from a graduate who has been jobless for quite a long time, not to talk about the money spent on transportation to such unbeneficial meetings or occupation talk as they ordinarily call it.

So I trust that in the event that we are appropriately guided, we won’t fall into the hands of these tricksters.

Having said that, there are ways by which one can recognize a phoney or tricky job invite. The good thing is that the greater part of their messages come in similar formats so you will know its phony!

1. The message does not hold up under an organization name: the majority of these con artists will exclude their names on the message you will get. All you will see are the address, the time and date and a telephone number. A certified organization won’t conceal its personality from a potential representative.

2. The message will state “talk with/work instructions”: whatever activity preparation implies I don’t have the foggiest idea!

3. You will see a code or reference: something like “HR=0056” or “REF=002”. This means that the code number of the individual who welcomed you to the “occupation preparation”.

4. It will contain a telephone number: this is the quantity of your referrer. Most honest organizations don’t give telephone numbers.

5. You will see HR Admin in the message rather than organization name

6. In the event that you call their number, they will be hesitant to give data on the organization.

Also, please, overlook those individuals sharing employment flyers in the city, and those ones they glue on dividers. Those are con artists and a few ritualists as well. 

And furthermore, the greater part of these purported organizations are roads for hoodwinking clueless occupation searchers. Please shine your eyes well as the lagos people will say.

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