New York State Attorney General's Office sues unlicensed employment agency in scam
from The Buffalo News
The state Attorney General's Office is suing an unlicensed employment agency that it says scammed unemployed consumers and is warning job seekers to be alert. New York City-based Delta Services used fake job listings that fraudulently charged several thousand job seekers for unnecessary training courses, the Attorney General's Office said. The company allegedly advertised nonexistent, high-paying security guard jobs, then charged respondents as much as $499 for training that it said was required for hiring.
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