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Fake job postings are being used to extort money and personal information, according to the FBI

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Scammers are attempting to steal money and personal information from job searchers through phishing tactics including bogus advertising put on job boards. Today, the Bureau’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) issued a public service message (PSA) about the warning.

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