Recruitment Fraud

What is Recruitment Fraud?

Recruitment fraud refers to deceptive or fraudulent activities carried out by individuals or organizations during the recruitment and hiring process. It typically involves misleading job seekers, often with the intention of extracting money, personal information, or other valuable assets from them. There are various forms of recruitment fraud, including: fake job offers, impersonation, advance fee fraud, phishing, and false credential verification.

It is essential for job seekers to exercise caution and conduct thorough research when engaging in the job application process. Legitimate employers will follow professional hiring practices and do not request sensitive information or fees upfront.

I’ve Received a Job Offer from Stonerise Construction, is it Legitimate?

We are aware that job postings may have been posted by individuals who claim to be recruiters for Stonerise Construction, who are not affiliated with Stonerise Construction.

We are aware that unauthorized individuals have impersonated Stonerise Construction employees and made contact regarding job opportunities, conducted interviews, extended job offers and provided other documentation through an unaffiliated email address. These job postings, offer letters, employment contracts, and other supporting documents are not authorized by Stonerise Construction and are fraudulent.

Stonerise Construction is not responsible for fraudulent job offers or requests for personal information.

How to Protect Yourself from Recruitment Fraud

If you find a Stonerise Construction job posting, please verify its legitimacy before applying by visiting our career page. Positions posted on our careers page are legitimate.

Fraudsters posing as recruiters or employees who ask a candidate for unusual or confidential personal information to verify their eligibility for a position in order to continue the recruitment process, are not affiliated with Stonerise Construction.

If you provided personal information to a potential fraudster, we suggest you take the following steps to protect yourself:

Contact Your Local Authorities

Report the fraudulent job posting to your local law enforcement agency. They can guide you on the appropriate steps to take and may investigate the matter further.

Notify Your Local Credit Bureau

Inform the local credit bureau about the situation, providing them with details about the fraudulent job posting. They can add a note to your credit file to alert potential creditors.

Monitor Credit Reports

Regularly check your credit reports for any suspicious activity. You can obtain free annual credit reports from major credit bureaus, and it is crucial to review them for any unauthorized transactions or accounts.

If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent offer, please contact us. Thank you for your interest in working at Stonerise Construction.


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