Some individuals are claiming to be either Jersey Group employees or companies authorized to speak on our behalf have been fraudulently contacting prospective candidates with fictitious job opportunities and soliciting personal information directly through email or via third-party online platforms and social media. Please read below for ways to check the authenticity of communications and protect yourself from these scams.
There are a number of signs that a recruitment communication is fraudulent, including requests for money or funds (such as for visa fees, taxes, travel expenses) and requests for personal information (such as passport information, bank account information, credit card numbers, social security numbers). Jersey Group employees will never ask you for money or to provide personal financial information during our recruiting process.
If you believe you’ve received unauthorized or fraudulent communications, we recommend that you do not respond. If you suspect but are unsure, you can confirm the email address of the person contacting you and know that anyone contacting you claiming to work for Jersey Group must have an official Jersey Group email address.
Please notify us of any fraudulent representation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org