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Fraudulent Alert

At Seasonfinder, we take job scams and fraudulent activities very seriously. We are committed to protecting our clients and job seekers from any potential risks associated with employment scams. Unfortunately, job scams and fraudulent activities can occur in any industry, including property management.

To ensure that our clients and job seekers are aware of the potential risks, we have created this fraudulent alert page. Please read this page carefully to learn about common job scams and how to protect yourself.

Common Job Scams:

  • Work from home scams: Job postings that offer high-paying jobs that can be done from home may sound like a dream come true, but they are often scams. Scammers will ask for personal information or money upfront before providing any work or compensation.

  • Fake job postings: Scammers may post fake job listings on legitimate job sites, such as Indeed or LinkedIn, in an attempt to lure job seekers into sharing personal information or sending money.

  • Payment scams: Scammers may offer jobs that require you to handle money, such as cashier or accountant positions. They will then send a fraudulent check or ask for bank information in order to steal your money.

Protect Yourself:

  • Do your research: Research the company and the job posting before applying. Look for red flags, such as typos, poor grammar, and unprofessional language.

  • Never provide personal information: Be cautious when asked to provide personal information, such as your social security number, bank account information, or driver's license number.

  • Don't pay for a job: Legitimate companies will never ask for money upfront in exchange for a job.

  • Use reputable job sites: Stick to well-known job sites and be wary of job listings that seem too good to be true.

If you believe that you have been targeted by a job scam or fraudulent activity, please contact us immediately. We take these matters very seriously and will investigate any potential scams or fraudulent activities.

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