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A job hunting scammers usually ask for a deposit of between $200-$500.
The scammers are typically seeking clients to work on projects at a certain location.
They then attempt to sell the job to prospective clients.
They may send a copy of the job proposal to the client or to the project director, in order to gauge their interest in the project.
In many cases, they are not really looking for clients but rather people willing to pay a fee for a project.
However, the scammer is likely to be looking for a particular job for which he/she is prepared to pay the fee, and it is the client who is paid.
The scammer also may send the client a copy to confirm the job’s completion and the contract is finalised.
If the client does not agree to the deal, the scammers then attempt a refund.
However there are some scams that involve the refunding of money.
The best way to avoid the scammed job is to avoid these scams.
For example, if you have received a contract from a job scammers and you do not like it, you can contact the company and tell them the scam and inform them of the money issue.
If the company does not accept the money, they can cancel the contract or refund the money to you.
If they do not agree with you, they will try to arrange for you to get a new job at a different company, or you can pay the scammer the money back.