One reader reported that Look at the email address carefully, then copy/paste it into the search box. If it’s a real company, you should be able to find information about the company by doing an online search.
You can also type in the word ‘scam’ after the email address to see if someone else has reported the company.6. Finding information does not guarantee that the company is legit, but if you can’t find anything, you can bet it’s a scam.
Job scam emails usually don’t include clear job descriptions, either.
Many job seekers say that when they ask for a job description or list of job duties, they get the brush-off.
Another reader says that he was offered a job by someone who claimed to represent Gloprofessionals, but when he did his research, he found out it was a scam: Sophisticated scammers sometimes set up nice-looking websites -- but looks can be deceiving.