Recruiting Scams

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Aprimo does not use recruiting or placement agencies that charge candidates an advance fee of any kind (e.g., placement fees, immigration processing fees, etc.). Unfortunately, we've been made aware of unauthorized individuals using the Aprimo name, names of human resource and executives and the Aprimo logo in emails and on web sites in an attempt to solicit up-front fees from interested job-seekers. The fraudulent job offers are typically sent via email or in chat groups and inform the targeted victim they either have been hired by the company or may obtain employment with the company, and for a fee (the amount varies from $100 to as much as several thousand dollars). We have also seen these fraudulent groups impersonating Aprimo human resources personnel in “interviews” for work-at-home positions that then request deposits for equipment. Such offers and solicitations for candidates to pay fees and/or incur costs for equipment are not made by Aprimo and are fraudulent.

Periodically, Aprimo engages recruiting and/or placement agencies to help us identify potential candidates for specific positions. If you are contacted by a legitimate recruiting or placement agency, there should be no cost to you, the job-seeker.

Aprimo does not use recruiting or placement agencies that charge candidates an advance fee of any kind (e.g., placement fees, immigration processing fees, etc.). Unfortunately, we've been made aware of unauthorized individuals using the Aprimo name, names of human resource and executives and the Aprimo logo in emails and on web sites in an attempt to solicit up-front fees from interested job-seekers. The fraudulent job offers are typically sent via email or in chat groups and inform the targeted victim they either have been hired by the company or may obtain employment with the company, and for a fee (the amount varies from $100 to as much as several thousand dollars). We have also seen these fraudulent groups impersonating Aprimo human resources personnel in “interviews” for work-at-home positions that then request deposits for equipment. Such offers and solicitations for candidates to pay fees and/or incur costs for equipment are not made by Aprimo and are fraudulent.

Periodically, Aprimo engages recruiting and/or placement agencies to help us identify potential candidates for specific positions. If you are contacted by a legitimate recruiting or placement agency, there should be no cost to you, the job-seeker.

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