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I hope I am posting this in the right section, I recently signed up to jobs websites in the hope of finding employment, not been lucky up to now, but got an e-mail today from what seems a recruitment agency, the content is:-
Our Senior Consultant, Simon Hudson, has seen your details suggesting that you are looking to make a career move and has asked me to contact you.
Mr Hudson has some ideas relating to your search which may be of interest to you and could assist you in finding the right role.
To arrange a meeting with Mr Hudson at our Leeds offices, please call us on 0844 880 6690, reply to this email with a copy of your CV, or select a convenient time and date via our website www.personalcareersolutions.co.uk
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
I always believe in if looks to good to be true it normally is, but for some reason I am unsure on this occassion, any help appreciated
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Tue Dec 13, 2011 6:24 pm
The website looks legitimate even though it has only been registered since January (they appear to have changed names recently, which could account for the recent domain registration).
I get emails similar to this all the time from recruitment companies and I can't see anything with this one that looks like a scam, it just looks like a recruitment company trying to get you on their books.
Just bear in mind that if they (or anyone else) asks you for money as part of the process for getting a job then it is a scam.
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This isn't really a scam. Just a buyer beware situation. A lot of these agencies place ads that look like legit job ads. Also, they charge fees for their services when there are a lot of job placement agencies that don't charge anything and their success rates are no higher than the free ones. So, tread carefully. Buyer beware.
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