Recruitment Fraud Notice
Unfortunately, in today’s environment, fraudulent recruitment scams conducted by individuals or organizations claiming to represent Aspirion occur from time to time. This type of fraud can occur via online services including fake websites, online job boards, or through unsolicited emails and phone calls. The fraud aims to mislead you into believing you are applying for and/or obtaining employment from Aspirion in order for these individuals or organizations to obtain your personal information or money.
Legitimate information regarding career opportunities with Aspirion is only found on the websites listed below:
If you applied for a position or received a notice for a position at Aspirion and it does not appear on any of the above websites, please disregard it and do not respond.
How to identify potential fraudulent recruitment activity:
- Poorly formatted documentation with spelling and grammatical errors is an indication of potentially fraudulent activity.
- Email communications from an email domain that is not “@aspirion.com”.
- You are asked to only contact a mobile phone number rather than an office phone number.
- You are asked to participate in an “interview” by chat or email. Aspirion does not conduct “interviews” by chat or email.
- You are asked to send money. Aspirion does NOT charge any fees to submit a job application to our company, nor do we ask for any payment to obtain a work permit when an offer is made. Neither Aspirion nor its outside recruiters require applicants to submit money for travel, immigration, or visa costs, processing fees, or other expenses
- You are asked to provide personal information such as your address, date of birth, passport information, social security number, or banking details. No personal documents apart from your résumé and letters of recommendation are required during the application process. Once a formal offer has been made to the applicant, Aspirion has a confidential and documented communication process for requesting personal information
- You are offered a job without an interview. Aspirion does not make any job offers without first meeting the candidates.
- You are pressured to act on the correspondence/outreach received within a very short timeframe. Aspirion does not pressure its applicants, and this should cause concern and may indicate fraudulent activity.
If you have any concerns, see suspicious job advertisements, or receive suspicious communications that reference Aspirion, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you believe you are the victim of any fraudulent activity, we advise you to contact local law enforcement.
We appreciate your interest in Aspirion.