singaporejobmela.com is a popular online recruitment portal whose aim is to bring together Jobseekers and Employers.
One of our goals is to create a unique meeting point and act as a middleman for recruiters and their respective candidates.
We are not a recruitment firm and do not own, belong or partner with any employer in any industry. This portal is used by numerous corporate, placement companies, and recruitment firms.
The usage of this website contains certain Terms and Conditions that every employer and job applicants must adhere to. Fraud, misinformation and the misuse of details are some of the most important things that these Terms and Conditions hope to correct.
For the fake job postings listed online to collect personal information and/or money from unsuspecting job seekers, please note that singaporejobmela.com does not participate in it or approve of any employer partaking in such fraudulent activities which violates our Terms and Conditions.
Due to the ever-growing case of fraud on the internet especially in job recruitment portals, we urge all our users to be careful of emails that:
If you have received any suspicious email from a possible singaporejobmela.com client, please report it to us immediately.
We respect the level of trust you've placed on us which is why we continually strive to make this website fraud-free and comfortable for job seekers and employers.
Whenever you see or notice any questionable or malicious job posting or misuse of the hireejobs website or its brand, don't hesitate to report the suspected fraud to us.
Furthermore, if you have been the victim of fraud, through the singaporejobmela.com website, please report such activity to us or the Police and it will be handled accordingly.
As we strive to keep the internet as well as this website safe and free from fraudulent and malicious usage, we want our users to take notice of some of the most dangerous Internet fraud available now.
We advise all our users to be always careful with the way they handle all their information online and endeavor to read any email alert thoroughly before clicking on it.
The two most common types of email scams are phishing and spoofing. Hackers use this method to fish for details and information of unsuspecting victims which they aim to defraud.
It is usually done by sending fake links to trusted websites and when victims click on it, these hackers gain access to their information.
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