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Are Cvssite and Jobsvita Fake or Real?
Why are Cvssite and Jobsvita Fake?
Cvssite and Jobsvita are two identical websites that claim to be giving high payouts for simple copy-pasting work such as resume filling.
There is no difference between the two websites; in fact, both of them even provide the same phone number.
The first sign that this might be a scam is that the payouts being promised are too high for copy-pasting work.
Also, they have mentioned in multiple instances that a minimum ‘accuracy level’ of 80% is mandatory. As we have seen with sites likes ResumeFilling and Resumetofill, this can also be the sign of a scam.
Domain name lookups show that both websites are new as they have been created in January 2021 and November 2020.
The registrant’s details such as name, location and contact details have been hidden using a paid service. Therefore, they are new websites that are being operated anonymously.
The websites are of very poor quality as there are many errors in the content. This is ironic considering that they supposedly penalize workers for making mistakes. There are also statistics provided with no proof that any of the nformation is real.
I also found that the entire content on the website is copied. Apart from Cvssite and Jobsvita, there are at least 7 other websites that are using the same content. The list of these sites is given at the end of the article and they may all be scams.
Cvssite and Jobsvita do not seem to be real companies. Even basic details such as the company name and registration number are missing.
There are no social media pages of Cvssite or Jobsvita mentioned on the websites. The contact details provided are an email ID and phone number. No address has been given on either of the sites.
The email ID was found to be fake when tested and the phone number was marked as spam in TrueCaller. It is also likely that the number might not belong to Cvssite or Jobsvita.
There are several reviews for Cvssite and Jobsvita available online. All of them are negative and multiple reviewers have stated these companies are scams.
They have written that Cvssite and Jobsvita always refuse payment after the work has been completed, as the accuracy level will always be shown as less than 80% even if has been done properly.
Then, the scammers will call up workers pretending to be from a third-party company and offer to complete the resumes for them. They require an advance payment for this and once the money has been paid, they stop responding.
It seems quite obvious that Cvssite and Jobvita may be scams. The two websites are clones of each other. Both are new as they have been created just a few months back and the owner’s details have been hidden using a paid service.
The content of the websites is extremely poor and has been copied from other sources. There are 9 websites including Cvssite and Jobsvita that are using the same content and are all likely to be scams.
The contact details provided on the website all seem to be fake. The email address does not work and the phone number has been marked as spam in TrueCaller. No address has been given.
There are several complaints against them online. The reviewers have stated that the companies will always refuse payment saying that the accuracy level is lower than 80%.
After this, they will call up the worker posing as a third-party company and offer to ‘help’ in completing the work in exchange for money. Once a worker pays, they will stop replying to them.
It is advisable to avoid signing up on Cvssite, Jobsvita or any of the 7 related websites as there are high chances that they may all be scams.
List of website using the same content as Cvssite & Jobsvita
Remember: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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If you have been a victim of an employment scam, you can take the following steps:
- Lodge a cybercrime complaint
- Lodge a complaint with the payment portal or your bank
- Give a low rating to the website on Web of Trust. You can also install their extension for the same.
- Write a review on websites such as Scamadviser and TrustPilot.
- Block all numbers of the scammers on TrueCaller, mentioning the words Fake, Fraud or Scam in the name.
- If the company has a listing on Google My Business or Google Maps, file a complaint using the Business Redressal Complaint Form. Also, leave a negative review explaining what kind of experience you had.
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