Avoid a One-Way Ticket to a Rip-Off

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March 21, 2008 LITTLE ROCK Most of us would welcome the opportunity to make a little extra money, especially if the job does not require an advanced degree or years of experience. Accordingly, when consumers read ads in the newspaper about exciting jobs requiring no experience and offering a high-salary, they are understandably tempted to pursue the position. However, these dream job opportunities are often just that, a dream. One such scam job offer has hit Arkansas recently, and today, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel issued this consumer alert to warn Arkansans about this particular scheme. The Public Protection Department of the Attorney General's Office has received a few complaints recently from consumers who have responded to ads in Arkansas newspapers offering a high-paying job for a charter jet service based in Little Rock. In the ad, interested parties are directed to call a number, and after a couple of phone interviews