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As aforementioned in our “About Us” page, having good references and prepping properly so your employer does not find out you obtained fake reference is very important, as can be see in https://www.totaljobs.com/insidejob/are-references-important/ and http://www.aarc.org/careers/career-advice/resume-writing/references-important-think/, where the latter website author said:
- In their study, 80% of the 2,494 hiring managers and human resource professionals surveyed said they do contact references when evaluating a job candidate; 16% contact references before they even set up an interview.
- 62% said that when they contacted a reference listed on an application, the reference didn’t have good things to say about the job candidate.
- 69% said they have changed their minds about hiring a job candidate based on the input received from a reference.
- 47% said they had a less favorable opinion of the job candidate after speaking to a reference; just 23% reported having a more favorable opinion.
As time goes on, in this blog, we will discuss the benefits of using fake references and fake alibis, as well as the issues surrounding it. We will also discuss ways to avoid getting caught, and how prevalent fake reference and fake alibis are.
Until then, please take the time to enjoy life and smell the roses!