Army Communicator

ACS warns of employment scams

Fort Gordon Army Community Service

Con artists have gone beyond identity theft by branching out into the employment market. Almost every employment application requires online submission. Job seekers who use online job search websites must be careful to avoid a type of job scam in which the applicant is asked to accept payment to his or her bank account. These are known as payment forwarding or payment transfer scams.

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