Help & Security

You can get in touch with us regarding any technical issue or questions you may have via any of the following means.

On-Line Chat

From any Page you can click on the Chat Window on the Right Hand Corner of the screen. We are online and will respond to you during normal business hours and if you contact us outside of business hours your message will create a support request and we will get in touch with you at the earliest possible.

Submit a Support Ticket

You can create a support ticket at our online Helpdesk, specifically if you have a “Job Seeker”, “Employer” or “Blogger” account with us this is the best way to track and manage technical issues or questions. Click here to open a support case, it’s easy.

“Contact Us” On-line form

Click HERE  to submit an online request regarding our services

CaringCareers Security Information Center

At CaringCareers we want to provide you a safe environment for you to help grow your career, explore career opportunities and collaborate with others in the Healthcare community.
Here are some tips to keep in mind when evaluating job postings on CaringCareers or any job opportunity email or communication you may receive via any methods Email, Phone calls etc.

For example, it's possible that you may encounter fraudulent job opportunities when searching for jobs online, or you may receive fraudulent email that has had the sender's email address forged to make it appear as if it came from CaringCareers (Phishing).

Regrettably, all online companies are susceptible to occasional scams. While we take every effort to prevent this abuse, it is not immune to such activity. To help you use our services safely, please read the following security-related messages, this will help you avoid/manage any fraudulent situations.
 

          On-Line Safety Maintain Privacy Avoid ID Theft  
  1. Safe Resumes
  2. Work at Home scams
  3. Money Laundering Scams
  4. Protect your imformation
  • CaringCareers Privacy policy
  • Safegaurd your credentials
  • Take control of your privacy online
  • Identity Theft awareness
  • Email Scams & Phishing
  • Computer Threats & Malware
 

Reporting Fraud

If you feel that your personal information has been compromised immediately report to your local policy and also contact us.
It is also recommended that you file a report with the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
You can also contact some of the following resources/services: