Recruitment fraud from individuals or groups pretending to be Scientific Drilling International or claiming to represent us may be sent in various formats. For instance, this could include e-mail, text, and letters. These messages often look legitimate. Above all, they may consist of details of an alleged employment offer. For example, such as job description, salary, and benefits.
The victims’ messages request them to provide their personal and financial information. In addition to copies of their government-issued identification, and/or send a payment for application fees, processing charges, or work permits.
Please be aware of fraudulent activity. We will have the information needed if you have applied for a position. Furthermore, through a legitimate channel with our Company.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR JOB SEEKERS:
If you are unsure a communication you have received is legitimate, please review the guidance below:
- Scientific Drilling International does not make job offers to candidates without performing a formal interview process.
- All open positions available with Scientific Drilling International will be posted at http://scientificdrilling.com/careers/opportunities/
- We will never request money for the opportunity to apply or work for our Company.
- Scientific Drilling International e-mails always end with "@scientificdrilling.com.” Any e-mail styled with the Scientific Drilling logo but using a different e-mail format is not legitimate.
- We will never request a potential applicant to e-mail information to an e-mail address not ending in "@scientificdrilling.com.”
- You should always question the authenticity of unsolicited e-mails. For example, those seeking money or personal details. Regardless of the e-mail address.
If you receive this type of suspicious text, email or instant messaging activity, please alert the FBI’s Internet Crimes Complaint Center: http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx.