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Beware of Data Entry Job Scams




























 

To be read in conjunction with Beware Job Scams information provided by Oil Offshore Marine. Please continue below and read the 7 key points we discuss:

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!!! This information is Oil Offshore Marine's Research Work and it is protected by exclusive copyright; you can of course read it [that's why it's here, for the general benefit] but you cannot copy it without our written authorization. If you wish to take any information and use it for online websites or printed materials, all you need to do is send us an email and we'll authorize you, free of charge, to use it; we will issue a written authorization - lacking a written authorization from Oil Offshore Marine, you are simply breaking the copyright laws and you shall be liable to us for copyright infringement and any damages. [If you copy this without Oil Offshore Marine permission, you just made the mistake to think we can't track you down... after all we've traced untraceable job scammers; so just be smart for your own good]

1. What is a data entry job scam? What can you LOSE?

Answers: Data entry job, data entry job scam? What do these mean? Let's explain:

a) a data entry job is a temporary, part-time, individual and non-supervised job, which is purportedly offered by websites directly, or on behalf of the websites' "clients" [note that we are NOT referring to full-time, office based, fixed schedule data entry jobs where the employee goes to work every working day, thus leaving the home and travelling to work]

b) a data entry job scam is basically a job scam; in other words, a data entry job scam is a form of FRAUD where certain persons (scammers), acting from behind one, two or several websites, attempt to fool good-faith people (people that are looking for work from home opportunities), by falsely promising them data entry jobs, jobs through which they (the victims) can earn money working from home and without any need for travelling to an office location. What's the CATCH? Here it is: generally, in order to get these "amazing" data entry opportunities, the jobseekers (the future victims) need to register online on the scammers' websites and pay one or more registration fee(s) ranging from US$ 9 up to US$ 450, and only after they register they'll get the data entry "projects" started; the only problem is that, once they pay the money, the victims will never get the money back even if the website has BIG banners saying "30 days money return guaranteed!"; the even bigger problem is that since they paid online (on the website) for the registration, the scammers also got the credit card details - which they can use in other illegal activities.

OR, scammers might very well ask you to pay for so called "training materials" - needless to say that once you pay them you'll get nothing but a useless sheet of paper.

Note: If you are asked to pay any money upfront = step back, it's a scam. Don't pay anything to anyone. Don't be a victim!

A data entry job scam can also take the form of various job ads displayed on one, two or more online job boards, job ads that invite ("welcome" in the scammers' own words) job applications; generally, these job ads contain extremely limited information, an email address, a cell phone number, and in most cases they also contain a notice regarding the salary which can be "excellent", "sky-rocketing", "amazing", and can range from US$ 100 a week up to US$ 2,000 a week. Beware! Don't swallow the bait! Well, what's the CATCH? Here it is: once you reply with your job application or a phone call, the scammers will try to get your personal data (which is basically no less than identity theft - and this can cause you a lot of problems), or your financial information (saying they need it for job processing and so forth), or money (via check, wire or cash); the scammers can also invote you to register on one of their "amazing" websites, which obviously is full of "opportunities".

Note: always be on alert if you see job ads that provide very little information and do not reply to all the job ads you see or get; we know some of you might we too desperate getting a job, but we strongly advise you to be cautious and alert. Generally speaking, try NOT to provide your name, full address, SSN, credit card info, or other financial info via telephone conversations or via internet.

What can you LOSE? Many things: first (and most important), as soon as you reply to a bogus job ads (data entry related or not), ads posted on dubious job boards, you will lose your identity (that is, the scammers will get your personal data and use it for fraudulent purposes - forged passports, forged driving licences, credit card applications, and so on); second, as soon as you register on data entry websites, you lose the money you paid for registration; third, as soon as the scammers have your credit card details, not only you might lose a lot of money, but you can also get into more complex financial problems.

WARNING: VERY, VERY FEW DATA ENTRY JOB OPPORTUNITIES ARE REAL! UNLESS YOU ARE 101% SURE, YOU SHOULD TREAT MOST DATA ENTRY OPPORTUNITIES AS SCAMS!


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2. How do the data entry job scammers act?

Answers: They do everything they can to promote, through any means (yet mostly online, via internet) their websites, so that they attract lots of people, out of which a certain percentage will fall in their trap. Even though such websites can be visited by lots of people, there are cases where many individuals will not be careful enough and they will "register" for the data entry offers. Examples of people who can easily be fooled due to their temporary or permanent personal problems: single mothers or stay-at-home mothers, mothers engaged in childcare thus not able to get full time positions, unemployed individuals, people with financial problems, university strudents or college students, and so forth. Remember, once the scammers fool you, not only do they get your money, they also get your personal identity and your financial info (address, name, SSN, credit card details, etc).

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3. What should you do to protect yourself?

Answers: Measure Twice Cut Once is NOT Good! Measure 10 Times, and only then Cut Once. The scammers become more and more evolved, thus you need to be as knowledgeablea as possible. Since you risk a lot of crucial private information (such as: name - bank account details - credit card information - PayPal information - Social Security Number (SSN) - driver’s license - birth date - home address), you need to be very careful. If in doubt always remember this: what sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't true. If you need a second advice, let us know at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com

Remember! We provide a FREE Checking System: if you get a job offer that sounds too good to be true, please email us at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com and we will investigate and check if that job offer is a scam or not, and if the job offer was made by a real, good-faith, company.


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4. "Wait... the company offering the data entry jobs says they are 100% honest!"

Answers: SO WHAT? John Doe from New York can say he was on both Mars and Jupiter, where he built a real-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower using steel from Moon and diamonds from Sun. Don't trust a website just for seeing a banner they did it themselves and put it on their own website. Here is what you can do on your own to try to get more information

a) Go to www.google.com and in the search bar write "links: www.SiteYouWantToCheck.com" then hit the Enter key. When results show up, go and find out the required information about the specific website you look. If you get little to none results, it means the website you indicated is practically unknown thus there is a great likelihood it's a hoax. Look at the results that showed up (if any) and make your own judgement.
b) Also, you can go to www.google.com and in the search bar put down "about: www.SiteYouWantToCheck.com" and then click on Enter. Again, look at the results that you got and analyze them.
c) Try whois. In the search bar enter the www.SiteYouWantToCheck.com and click on Lookup. You will get a list of very useful data regarding that website. Hint: the sooner the registration date of that website (which can be seen on Registry Data -> Created), the bigger changes of scam!
d) If you see or get a job ad regarding data entry jobs, be extremely cautious: see what information they provide; the less information the bigger changes of scam; the higher the salary, the bigger chances of scam. e) If neither a, b, c nor d above have helped you reach a full, accurate decision, get in touch with us; we'll give you a second advice to help you; for FREE of course :)

Remember! We provide a FREE Checking System: if you get a job offer that sounds too good to be true, please email us at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com and we will investigate and check if that job offer is a scam or not, and if the job offer was made by a real, good-faith, company.


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5. How to tell if a data entry job is real or scam?


Answers: On 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d above we provided some solutions. You might find others as well. In any case, stay alert, as this is no game. It's actually too serious to be an innocent game.

We provide a FREE Checking System: if you get a job offer that sounds too good to be true, please email us at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com and we will investigate and check if that job offer is a scam or not, and if the job offer was made by a real, good-faith, company.

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6. What to do if you encounter a data entry job scam.

Answers:
a) Do NOT register (on bogus websites) BY PAYING MONEY; that is lost money!
b) Do NOT reply to job ads; DO NOT apply for job ads that seem strange or dubious.
c) Do NOT disclose any credit card details, financial or personal information to anyone.
d) Do NOT send money to anyone.
e) Send us information regarding that company/scammer so that we can add it to the list of data entry job scammers & fake companies (see below).

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7. Partial list of fake websites and data entry job scammers.

So far, throughout our extensive search, it has been proved that the below are job scammers – fake companies:

!!! This information is Oil Offshore Marine's Research & Work and it is protected by exclusive copyright rights; you can of course read it [that's why it's here, for the general benefit] but you cannot copy it without our written authorization. If you wish to take any information and use it for online websites or printed materials, all you need to do is send us an email and we'll authorize you, free of charge, to use it; we will issue a written authorization - lacking a written authorization from Oil Offshore Marine, you are simply breaking the copyright laws and you shall be liable to us for copyright infringement and any damages. [If you copy this without Oil Offshore Marine permission, you just made the mistake to think we can't track you down... after all we've traced untraceable job scammers; so just be smart for your own good]

> Fake Website: www.28income.com
> Fake Website: www.atm-system.com
> Fake Website: www.bestfreedom.net
> Fake Website: www.bigpaywork.com
> Fake Website: careerjobs.bizland.com/hometypers.html
> Fake Website: careerjobs.bizland.com/legitonlinejobs.html
> Fake Website: www.dataentrybusiness.com
> Fake Website: www.dataentryjobshome.com
> Fake Website: www.dataentrymadeeasy.com
> Fake Website: www.dataentryportal.com
> Fake Website: www.dataentrypro.com
> Fake Website: http://dataentry.wannexllc.com
> Fake Website: herenowdataentry.wordpress.com/home-based-data-entry-job-information
> Fake Website: www.inetdataentry.com
> Fake Website: www.keyboarding4cash.com
> Fake Website: www.mydatajob.com
> Fake Website: www.my-data-team.com
> Fake Website: www.online-data-entry-jobs.com
> Fake Website: onlineincome.websitewizard.com
> Fake Website: work-from-home-data-entry.net
> Fake Job Ad: www.freshjobs.com/js/JobDetails?action=view&jobID=110703&searchID=0
> Fake Job Ad: toronto.kijiji.ca/c-jobs-other-Home-Based-Typist-Data-Entry-Person-s-W0QQAdIdZ24751609


To be read in conjunction with Beware Job Scams information provided by Oil Offshore Marine.

FREE Checking System: if you get a job offer that sounds too good to be true, or if you have any doubts about it, please email us at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com and we will check if that job offer is a scam or not, and if the job offer was made by a real, good-faith, company.

!!! This information is Oil Offshore Marine's Research & Work and it is protected by exclusive copyright rights; you can of course read it [that's why it's here, for the general benefit] but you cannot copy it without our written authorization. If you wish to take any information and use it for online websites or printed materials, all you need to do is send us an email and we'll authorize you, free of charge, to use it; we will issue a written authorization - lacking a written authorization from Oil Offshore Marine, you are simply breaking the copyright laws and you shall be liable to us for copyright infringement and any damages. [If you copy this without Oil Offshore Marine permission, you just made the mistake to think we can't track you down... after all we've traced untraceable job scammers; so just be smart for your own good]

If you would like to share your thoughts and contribute to this page, feel free to email us at info[at]oil-offshore-marine.com. Thank you.


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