Find out how to spot a fraudulent job offer

Let us guess… have you received a message about a job offer in your email, social networks, Telegram or WhatsApp and you’re not sure if it’s from FutbolJobs or if it’s a scam?

  • First of all, check that the e-mail addresses of the sender who sent you the offer and the recipient are correct.
  • Furthermore, we recommend that you DO NOT click on any links that appear in unsolicited messages or emails.
  • In addition, we advise you to be wary of messages or web pages that ask you to enter personal or confidential information unless they have been linked directly from an offer published on
  • And remember: DO NOT OPEN attachments in suspicious emails or messages, especially if they are executable files (.exe).

From FutbolJobs we are dedicating great resources to detect and eliminate fraudulent job offers that may be published on our portal.

However, on occasion it has happened that an individual or company advertises a job offer for fraudulent purposes. Since this act implies a violation of the terms of use of it can be prosecuted legally.

Nowadays, there are quite often some criminal practices with the aim of fraudulently obtaining confidential information from any Internet user.

Fraudulent practices so cunning and audacious that they can sometimes be difficult to detect: fraudsters can even impersonate companies and trustworthy individuals using electronic communication apparently from an official entity (from emails, SMS, instant messaging, social networks, etc.). This practice is known as Phishing.

Therefore it is IMPORTANT that you keep in mind that FutbolJobs will NEVER send you an email from an email account that does not belong to the domain

We inform you that...

When one of our users informs us of a suspicious offer, the next thing we do is to check it and, if it is suspicious, to remove it as a matter of priority. unpublish the suspicious advertisement, remove access to and initiate legal action..

If you discover an offer that seems suspicious, please inform our candidate support service promptly by writing an email to[email protected].

Recommendations for a possible false job offer on our portal

  • Be wary of offers that ask for any kind of economic investment. However, it should be noted that in some cases you may be required to pay a fee for testing or as a commission for the intermediary. In these cases it may be justified, but never send money through services such as MoneyGram or Western Union. The safest way would be by bank transfer or PayPal.
  • DO NOT provide confidential or personal data that you have not indicated in your CV (telephone, address, …).
  • Do NOT provide bank or credit card information, and your Social Security number.
  • Be very careful when dealing with companies or people from foreign countries. Legal control in these matters is more complicated.

Remember, if you discover any message, email, offer that does not comply with our rules of use, please let us know as soon as possible!