While we have not encountered any reports of individuals impersonating Maxwell Bond employees, it's crucial to stay vigilant as job scams targeting candidates have become increasingly common across various industries. In an alarming trend, scams are evolving with the use of AI, making them more sophisticated. These scams often involve unsolicited job offers and requests for sensitive information such as bank details, posing as salary-related inquiries. Here's what you need to be cautious of and how to protect yourself.

What to Watch Out For:

  • We never request money from prospective candidates.
  • We do not inquire about candidates' credit scores.
  • We never instruct candidates to undergo training that would incur a cost during the recruitment process.

Red Flags to Be Aware Of:

  • Beware of job offers that seem too good to be true, especially those promising easy work and lucrative commissions.
  • Be cautious of unsolicited messages offering jobs from unknown or foreign numbers.
  • Do not transfer funds to unfamiliar bank accounts without verifying their authenticity.

If you encounter a suspicious job ad message claiming to be from Maxwell Bond, please contact your dedicated consultant immediately or call us at any of our office locations. Your safety and security are our top priorities. Stay vigilant, and let's work together to combat fraudulent job offers.