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Dear Consumer Ed: My regular work hours have been cut back, so I’ve been looking for a work-from-home job to supplement my income. I see work-from-home jobs advertised online, but my friend says most of them are scams. How can I tell if a job posting is legitimate or not?
Dear Consumer Ed: I work for County government. I recently forwarded a work email to my personal email address so I could do some work from home.
Dear Consumer Ed: I just heard about a security hack that left my Social Security number out there. How can I protect myself?
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Dear Consumer Ed: I was recently turned down for a job because of an arrest last year. The case was dismissed and my record was supposedly expunged.
Dear Consumer Ed: I was turned down for a job because my application responses did not match the background check. I want to see what information came up on me. Where can I get ahold of the same background information that businesses pull?