Better Business Bureau flags 7 Atlantic Canada work-at-home offers

Some Canadians offered high-paying, work-at-home schemes from companies claiming to be from region

By Ryan Pierce, CBC News Posted: Jun 11, 2015 5:53 PM ATLast Updated: Jun 11, 2015 5:56 PM AT

The Better Business Bureau has identified seven companies, each making a similar offer for project co-ordinator, project manager or project administrator positions. The companies are reaching out to job seekers who have posted resumes online.

The Better Business Bureau has identified seven companies, each making a similar offer for project co-ordinator, project manager or project administrator positions. The companies are reaching out to job seekers who have posted resumes online. (Eugenio Marongiu/Shutterstock)

 Some people across the country are getting offers for high-paying, work-at-home schemes from companies that claim to be based in Atlantic Canada.

The Better Business Bureau has identified seven companies, each making a similar offer for project co-ordinator, project manager or project administrator positions. Some of the work in the job description may involve co-ordinating student travel.

The companies that are reaching out to job seekers who have posted resumes online:

  • Aboriginal Exchange Program
  • Canadian Education Exchange Foundation (CEEF)
  • National Student Exchange Program/World Education Program
  • School Year and Summer Group Exchange
  • SEVECC Community Involvement Program
  • World Capital Alliance
  • Canadian Education Student Exchange Foundation

Read the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/better-business-bureau-flags-7-atlantic-canada-work-at-home-offers-1.3110009

Cher Cunningham

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