At jobportal.ph, we take great measures to help ensure a safe and thriving online workplace. This includes security models that flag suspicious activity, tools that scan site content, and entire teams dedicated to freelancer and client success. But keeping our community safe takes teamwork. Here are some general tips and resources for best protecting yourself and your information online – whether on jobportal.ph or elsewhere.
It’s important to keep your computer secure, both inside and out. Consider the following:
Company initiates contact with you from a generic or free online web email address.
Company information cannot be verified.
Company requires advance payment for materials or software. (Some legitimate companies will require a fee, however you should be very careful and fully investigate the opportunity)
Company is located overseas.
Misspelled words, grammatical errors appear in the job offer and corresponding emails.
Job description promises high income for very little time and effort; no experience necessary.
Employment starts without a face to face interview.
Company is requesting bank account information or for the jobseeker to use personal bank account.
If the job sounds "too good to be true", it probably is.
Treat your personal information like you would your wallet. Here are some tips:
Malware includes computer viruses, spyware, and other intrusive software installed on your computer without your consent. To avoid malware:
Scan downloaded attachments for malware before opening them
Trust your browser’s security warnings for potentially malicious files
If you notice your computer slowing down, serving pop-ups or ads, or any unexpected changes in your browser, have your computer scanned by an antivirus program. Learn more.
To report possible malware on jobportal.ph, please contact us.
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