More scammers are targeting job seekers, especially in tech

“They are taking [fake] listings down once they're reported, but it's really like Whack-a-Mole. Scams have existed for as long as money has existed. So whatever system you put [in] to try to stop them, they'll find a way around it,” says Imani Moise, personal finance reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Photo by Shutterstock.

Scammers are posing as recruiters and hiring managers, holding interviews, and making offers. Prospective tech workers are the main victims now, but everyone is vulnerable.

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