- Report: #1060464
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Complaint Review: Entry Level Job Scams Blog
Entry Level Job Scams BlogInternet USA
Entry Level Job Scams Blog Fake Blog Made by disgruntled Employees! All Lies - Blog itself is SCAM! Internet
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Entry Level Job Scams Blog
The above title is a personal blog that is 100% a scam itself.
The person who made the blog bashes companies that get a lot of web searches so their personal Blog can get more "clicks" to make money.
Using commonly searched google words for the title ex: Entry Level, Job, Scams and then preying on companies that use those words in ad's and for hiring ex:Marketing firms, Entry Level positions, the individual who made the blog simply searches on CareerBuilder and Monster for companies with those names and ad's that company to their Blog.
When job seekers are "job seeking" and go to google search the company, the blog will appear, obviously get "clicked" when they see the word "scam" and get traffic flow.
Blogs don't have advertising unless they are trying to make money.
After furthur research on this "Blog" I realized the Blog itself is a Scam to mislead consumers and bash companies-
Do your own research on a company. Sadly, anyone can post anything online and then go and try and make money off it, even though it is hurting great companies.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/19/2013 01:56 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Entry-Level-Job-Scams-Blog/internet/Entry-Level-Job-Scams-Blog-Fake-Blog-Made-by-disgruntled-Employees-All-Lies-Blog-itsel-1060464. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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