Authorities are warning job seekers to watch out for scam artists offering too-good-to-be-true employment opportunities as part of Fraud Prevention Month.
“We are seeing an uptick in the kinds of online crimes around the city, across the nation and I think internationally,” said Sgt. Cory Dayley of Calgary Police Services. Dayley said many fraudulent ads offer promises of quick cash with little experience, secret shopper-type scams and work from home jobs.
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