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Protect Yourself

Please read our Privacy Policy to see how AZ Job Connection protects your privacy. While the following information alerts you to some of the most common schemes, others may exist, so we have included links to additional resources at the end of this section.

Protect Yourself on the Internet

Internet email is NOT a secure method of communication. Any information you send in an unencrypted (unsecured) Internet email message can be read by someone other than the intended recipient. It's like writing the information on a postcard that gets handed from person to person. So, NEVER send bank account information, credit card numbers, your full Social Security number, or any other sensitive information by Internet unless you encrypt (protect) your email. To learn about encrypting your email, type "encrypt" into your email's "Help" search box for information and instructions. CAUTION: Typically, WiFi connections are not secure if you are using a public or free WiFi connection. Securing emails from these connections is complex and you are safer not to transmit your personal information through public WiFi connections.

Common Bogus Employment Offers and Tips to Avoid "Taking The Bait"

Be suspicious of any unsolicited email offering employment, especially work-at-home offers. Usually, these emails wind up in your scam folder - but not always. Do not open scam or suspicious emails; doing so verifies that your email address is valid and may subject you to more spam or even viruses. When you receive these emails, type the email address into any search engine and see what comes up. Most likely, you will find that it is an illegal site.

Be Wary of any employers:

Common Employment Scams
More Information on Internet Fraud and Scams

See the links below for more information on Internet frauds and scams: