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(Note: These tips pertain to the industry cited above and do not necessarily track our experience with the company in whose report they appear. In particular, industry complaints referenced below are typical of the industry as a whole, but not necessarily every company in the industry.)

The Better Business Bureau advises caution when dealing with companies that charge an up-front fee for information about employment. In our experience, you will receive a list of companies that might be hiring.

Information about businesses on these lists is usually available from public sources such as government employment offices, on the Internet, or directories available at any local library.

Employment agencies can match job applicants with current job openings, and do not charge a fee up front. If a business is charging a fee upfront, it is not an employment agency that would have information about current job openings.

If job listing job service that charges a fee up front offers a guarantee or refund policy, ask about all requirements and restrictions.
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