Fraudulent Emails

Bilfinger Salamis UK has recently been made aware of activity whereby unauthorised persons are using the company's name and identity to attract potential job-seekers for employment by advertising fraudulent job offers.

It would appear that this sort of illegal activity is widespread. It is believed that in some cases potential job seekers are being contacted directly, by phone and/or e-mail, with the promise of high-paying jobs in return for the job seeker being persuaded to send money to pay for fictitious expenses such as visa applications and/or processing fees. They often request that personal banking information to be sent by the applicant on a return e-mail. You may also receive emails or text messages requesting personal information. Do not click on any links / document links or provide any of your online banking or telephone banking security details.

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