Beware of fraudulent and fake job offers pretending to be Euclid Innovations.
At Euclid Innovations, we value honesty and transparency above all else. Unfortunately, there are individuals and organizations out there who may try to take advantage of our reputation and lure job seekers into fraudulent job offers that pretend to be affiliated with our company. These fake job offers can lead to financial loss, identity theft, and other serious consequences.
To help protect our job seekers, we’ve compiled a list of warning signs to watch out for when it comes to fraudulent job offers that pretend to be our company.
- If the communication you receive is unprofessional, poorly written, or contains typos and grammatical errors, it may be a sign of a fraudulent job offer. Our company takes communication seriously and ensures all emails, phone calls, and other messages are professional and well-written.
- Be wary of any requests for personal information such as your social security number, Aadhar, PAN, bank account details, or other sensitive data. Our company would never request such information before an in-person interview or before a job offer has been made.
- Our company would never ask for payment to apply for a job or to secure a job offer. If you’re asked to pay for a background check, training, or other fees before you can start working, it’s likely a scam.
- Be sure to check the email domain of the person who contacts you. Fraudulent job offers may use a domain similar to ours, but with small differences, such as “[email protected]” or “[email protected]” instead of “[email protected]”. Always double-check the email address to ensure it’s legitimate.
If you receive a job offer that seems suspicious or too good to be true, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. We take the issue of fraudulent job offers seriously and will investigate any claims made against individuals or organizations who attempt to take advantage of our company and job seekers.