Security Advice is an online inclusive employability platform for the people at the bottom of the pyramid (BoP) that brings together Job Seekers, Employers, Service Providers, Service Users and Mentors. facilitates market aligned skill training to under-educated and under-skilled youth, placement and outsourcing of manpower, and enable employers and service users to meet their hiring and service needs. We are committed to ensure safety of the users. We recommend user’s to follow necessary precautionary security measures as mentioned below for availing safe and secured service.

The ‘Terms of Use’ as mentioned in is a legally binding contract between ‘Justrojgar India Pvt. Ltd.’ and Job Seekers, Employers, Service Providers, Services Users and Mentors. Prior to the usage of the site and by clicking Create Account, the user agrees to our Terms of Use and that you have read our Privacy Policy, including our Security Advice and you are indicating your acceptance to the entire agreement and the terms and conditions of the Company as appearing herein above, which is binding upon the User. One of the vital objectives of these ‘Terms of Use’, ‘Privacy Policy’ and ‘Security Advice’ is to prevent misuse and fraud.

Unfortunately, at times, users may receive fraudulent or suspicious offers either via email/ online postings/ phone calls to unlawfully gather personal information and/ or collect money from innocent users.

In order to tackle any fraudulent or suspicious emails and/or phone calls, we recommend our users to follow a few precautionary security measures.

Know about Important Security Measures:

  • Never share any of your financial information including your bank account, credit card/ debit card/ net banking details over phone or email.
  • Do not provide your login information including User ID and password to any other person/s to avoid misuse.
  • Avoid filling out forms in email messages that ask for personal financial information.
  • Validate the content of email/ letter sent by the employers/ recruitment agency/ essential service users/ vendors.
  • Enquire and confirm about any unsolicited mails/ publications/ phone calls before acting upon.
  • For any such cases, users are recommended to report the matter at

User’s Awareness about Fraud/ Email Scams

To create awareness about the warning signs of the most common kinds of Internet and email frauds, we strongly recommend our users to carefully read the following instructions:

Email scams can be classified as ‘phishing’ and ‘spoofing’. It is important for the users to know about these two email scams.

Know about Phishing

Phishing refers to an attempt by a fraudster or a group of cyber-criminals (known as Phishers) who create an imitation or copy of an existing legitimate Web page to trick Users into providing sensitive personal information. Responding to “phishing” emails put User’s accounts at risk. Usually a phishing-attack is done in combination with email spam. Spamming is simply to send millions of emails with one mouse click. This way phishers can reach a huge target population very fast.

To increase the number of responses, cyber-criminals include upsetting or exciting statements in their emails to get people to react immediately and respond with the desired information without thinking. To protect yourself, take the time to examine the claims made in the email. If you receive an email requesting sensitive information, check its authenticity by contacting the company that appears to be the originator of the email.

To know more about Phishing scams, Users can login on to: 

Know about Email Spoofing

In email spoofing, the sender’s address and other parts of the e-mail header are altered to appear as if the e-mail is originated from a different source. Besides, the sender may not have shared the right contact address details (physical and email) including phone numbers.

Users can be contacted through spoof emails offering fraudulent or suspicious job offers and/or inviting the Users to carry out financial transaction or requesting them for making advance fees. Regrettably, such email spoofing is a common phenomenon world-wide which could potentially target any person – including innocent jobseekers registered with us.

The jobseekers need to take the necessary precautionary measures to safeguard themselves from email spoofing.

To know more about Email Spoofing, Users can login on to:

Verify Genuineness of an Employer/ Recruiter/ Service Provider

We suggest the Job Seekers/ Service Users to follow a few simple steps as mentioned below to ascertain the genuineness of the Employers and Service providers. These are some of the indicative steps and we encourage the Job Seekers/ Service Users to try all possible means to find out the legitimacy of the Employers and Service Providers.

  • Have you verified the credentials of the Employers and Service Providers?
  • Have you applied for a job either online, over phone or through mentor/ friend/ relative or received the unsolicited offer?
  • Does the Employer/ Service Provider is seeking any undue advantage in terms of advance fees, cash or in kind for getting you the job/ work order, etc. chances are, it might be a fake entity and the credibility of the entity must be verified?

For any such suspicious/ unsolicited communication, the users are suggested to report to us at for further action.


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