Every Internet user must be aware that members of the public receive unsolicited emails containing fraudulent employment opportunities. Please understand that at some point, we at Fusion Shipping and its associated companies and subsidiaries, could be misrepresented by such an attempt and we offer this advice for your protection.
Fraudulent employer emails often contain fake offers of employment requesting personal information or payment to process a job application or a payment to process your visa. Kindly note that no Fusion Shipping business will ever request payment or fees for processing job applications.
If you receive an offer of employment which you are unsure of, or think could be fraudulent, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
How can you recognise a fraudulent offer of employment?
» Our email addresses always end in ‘@fusionshipping.com’ and our Recruiters will never email you from personal or free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail.
» All Fusion Shipping job vacancies are advertised on our central careers website www.fusionshipping.com so any job advertised ONLY elsewhere should arouse your suspicions.
» We will only hire you if we have discussed a role with you over the phone or face to face. Therefore, an offer of employment without any interview is most likely to be a fraudulent offer.
» If you have never applied for a job vacancy with us, you should probably suspect you are the target of fraud if you receive an unsolicited employment offer.