Report Scam & Abuse

Jobnub vision is to make Job hunting easy, safe and secure -For these reasons, we prioritized protection of online privacy of our users’ base. We consistently check for evidence of suspicious Job listing and ads and advertisers, and immediately remove them from our platform. We ensure that all Job listing and ads on our site are for legitimate Job opportunities and no Job listing or ads conflict with our Terms and Conditions.


If you suspect fraudulent activity, please reach us at:


For your Safety and Protection:


Don’t share your personal details such as Social Security, Tax information, Bank details, your Jobnub account username and Password with anyone. Don’t accept money transfer where you can retain a portion as 'payment' from anyone.


What are fraudulent job ads?


They are illegal job ads that ask for personal or financial information.


What are Scams and spams?


These are unsolicited electronic messages sent to your email account, mobile phone, or instant messaging account to trick you into following a link to a scam website where you will be asked to enter your personal information such as social security numbers, bank account or credit card details.


What is Phishing/Trojans?


Phishing is a fraudulent act whereby someone sends you an email, posing as a trusted company or representative of the company, with an objective to acquire your personal details (Email address, password, Social security numbers, Bank details). These deceptive messages often mimic legitimate and trusted organizations.


Malware is malicious software also known as Trojans which are inserted into a computer system for the purpose of causing harm, such as stealing personal and financial information.


Please pay attention to the below Red Flags:


  • An upfront fee (e.g. for things such as 'processing' your application). A genuine employer will not ask you for money or your bank or credit card details.

  • Acceptance of a money transfer where you can retain a portion as 'payment'.

  • Bank or credit card details.

  • A copy of your driver’s license or passport information as part of the application process.

  • Social security number. This information should only be provided once you have accepted a genuine job offer.

  • Non work-related personal information, such as your appearance, marital status.

  • Your Jobnub account username and password.

  • The email sender may not address you by your name.

  • Misspelling or poor grammar and punctuation and inconsistent graphics/images are common.

  • They may ask for sensitive information or for you to confirm the security of your account.

  • Creating a sense of urgency - scammers may try to test your better judgment by stating that something needs your immediate attention.

  • Sender address may look unfamiliar or peculiar.

  • The email may contain unfamiliar or unexpected attachments - don’t open them as they may contain malicious software.

  • The sender may instruct you to click on a link to sign into Jobnub or open an attachment.

  • Any unusual pop ups asking for personal or financial information, such as credit cards or date of birth.