While Snagajob is always extra vigilant when looking out for scams and schemes targeting our job seekers, we also wanted to give you a few pointers to help protect yourself from those looking to gain access to your personal information.
Phishing involves the use of fraudulent emails and copy-cat websites to attempt to trick you into revealing valuable personal information -- such as account numbers for banking, securities, mortgage, or credit accounts, your social security number, and the login IDs and passwords you use when accessing online financial service providers. This information is then often used in an attempt to steal your money, your identity or both.
Snagajob will never ask you to send your resume, or any other personally identifiable information, via email to anyone.
(You can read more about our security here.)
If you ever receive an email like this, neither the email, nor the email address listed, is associated with Snagajob in any way.
All submissions to Snagajob are made via our website. We strongly suggest that you refrain from sending your resume, or any other personally identifiable information, via email to anyone unless you are personally familiar with the addressee.