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Job Listing and Job Search Firms

Consumer Protection, Office of the Attorney General of Florida

Job listing companies typically ask you to call a 900 telephone number, costing $10-$18 per call, and provide little, if any, useful information. Job search firms advertise the availability of overseas jobs in classified ads listing an 800 number for you to call for more information. Upon calling the toll free number, a salesperson gives you a sales pitch describing the available jobs, salaries, and benefits.

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