CHICAGO (CBS) — The City of Chicago is warning people to beware of a bogus flier that promises 10,000 summer jobs, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.

It’s a flier and it’s online, too, says Matt Smith, spokesman for the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services.

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“Advertising 10,000 jobs. They stuck a city seal on it and they give the address for the Thompson Center and tell people to apply there on May 1.”

But Smith says it’s phony.

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“This is a completely fraudulent flier and frankly I have no idea why anyone would put out a job flier misleading people. Especially in a tough economy. It’s just not a decent thing.”

Smith says the city’s Department of Family and Support Services has been getting calls asking about that flier.

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He says what the city has that is legitimate is summer jobs for young people available by online application at