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Avoid Work-At-Home Scams
Liveops takes your online safety and security seriously. Below is information to help you identify whether an opportunity is legitimate or a possible scam.
What Liveops Does/Doesn’t Do
For more than 20 years, Liveops has offered remote opportunities to agents in the United States. Recently there have been reports of fraudsters taking advantage of people who are looking for work-at-home opportunities. As a reminder:
• Liveops will only contact you after you have submitted an application at join-liveops-com.liveops.com
• Liveops representatives will never try to prove Liveops affiliation with a picture of a badge or other form of identification.
• All Liveops employees have @liveops.com email addresses
• We do not use Telegram, Skype, Whatsapp or other messaging platforms to conduct interviews
• We will never send you a check for equipment
• Liveops will never ask for your social media profile information or passwords
• At this time, Liveops doesn’t have a “data entry” position available
Application Process Chart
Here are some more ways to spot legitimate Liveops opportunities vs scams.
Not sure if you’re speaking with a real Liveops team member? Reach out! If you suspect something unusual in your process, feel free to connect with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Think you’re a victim of a scam?
The best way to crack down on the bad actors is to report them. If you are a victim of fraudulent activity, we recommend that you contact your local authorities, and also file a complaint with the FBI.
Learn more about common red flags and tips to avoid being a victim of work-at-home scams.
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Top Tips Infographic
4 things to keep in mind during your job search.