Job Fraud Alert - Please Read
Bantrel has received reports about individuals receiving fraudulent job confirmations and requests for interviews via letters, emails, social postings, and phone calls.
The fraudulent offers typically include the Bantrel logo, the name of an actual Bantrel executive, and a phone number. Potential applicants are encouraged to call in pursuit of job opportunities. Communications and other materials often solicit personal information or money, for costs such as visa applications etc.
Please be aware that Bantrel will never request money from job seekers, nor request personal information beyond what is required from a resume.
If you receive unsolicited job or interview offers or are unsure if the offer you received is fraudulent, contact Bantrel at Resumes@Bantrel.com. Please forward the email, phone number, and any other documentation you received.
In addition, you may contact your local authorities.
Ways to identify potential fraud
The following can indicate fraudulent behavior:
The email you receive comes from an address OTHER THAN [name]@bantrel.com, [name]@bantrelmsc.com, or [name]@bantrelconstructors.com
For example: Emails from similar addresses such as bantrel-construction, and bantrell, are fraudulent emails. Please review the full email address. Often scammers spoof emails, or make the visible name appear legitimate, to get recipients to open and respond to a solicitation.
- The email you receive comes a free email provider address such as @gmail, @yahoo, @outlook, @live, etc. Bantrel does not utilize these providers.
- You are offered a payment prior to starting work.
- You are asked to pay a fee upon receipt of an offer letter. Bantrel would never ask a potential employee for payment.
- You are told you will be picked up by a Bantrel vehicle to attend the interview.
- You are asked to fill out a PDF application form or provide copies of official travel documents such as passports visa and work permits, or scan copies of your education degrees prior to legitimate interviews.
- The document or solicitations includes words and phrases that suggest urgency such as complete and send IMMEDIATELY, NOW, RIGHT AWAY, or suggest negative actions, such as the loss of the opportunity, will occur if that urgency is not met.
For your protection, please do not:
- Respond to unsolicited business propositions and/or offers of employment from people with whom you are unfamiliar.
- Disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know.
- Send any money in association with a job application.
- Engage in further communication with a suspicious sender.
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