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We're here to help you identify and report job fraud

Scammers prey on people in a vulnerable moment (like knowing people want to get a job to earn a living for their families!), hoping to create a false sense of urgency to spur you on to act. In the case of employment, they will message over and over and put pressure on you to respond quickly to the chat and accept the job offer without ever even having a voice conversation with you.

Think you’ve been scammed? Or found a potential TTEC impersonator? We want to know.

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What to do if you think you have been a victim of scam

- Report incident to TTEC

- Report to local law enforcement and country authorities in charge of cyber crimes

- If you provided your bank account information or deposited a check, notify your bank, consider putting a fraud alert on your account, and a personal identity protection & service.

- If you were contacted through a career website, a classified ad, or social media, make a report to that organization.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I'm hearing from a TTEC recruiter?

You'll know you're being contacted by a real representative of TTEC when:
-You receive an email from a @ttec.com email address
-You are interviewed before you are sent an offer letter
-You will find the real job on our website at TTECjobs.com

What will TTEC never do or ask me to do?

TTEC will never:
- Ask you to transfer or wire money
- Ask you to pay for recruitment-related expenses
- Ask you to interview in Google Hangouts or Telegram or other online public domains
- Send you an email from any address that doesn't have @ttec.com in the domain name
- Send an unsolicited job offer - asking you for your driver's license, social security number or bank account information
- Ask you to order equipment from us
- Ask you for access to your social accounts
- Send you to a career site other than TTECjobs.com

Note: for certain at home or remote jobs you may be required to have your own computer or other at home equipment for use in your job. This is common practice for the work at home field. We never require you to purchase anything from TTEC.

As a job seeker, what should I be on the lookout for in a job description?

Online job search engine FlexJobs.com recommends asking yourself a few questions when responding to an online job opportunity:

- Is the hiring company's name listed in the job listing?
- Do you need to pay to get the job, buy supplies, or invest in the company?
- Does the job listing sound too good to be true?
- Does the company ask you to engage in a transaction on their behalf as a requirement for getting the job?
- Does the language used in the posting sound odd or strangely written?
- Does the name, email, or website of the recruiter or job posting match up the actual company's info?
- Do you have a bad gut feeling?

What if I feel I've been deceived by someone using the TTEC name?

If you feel you've been deceived, we first recommend that you share this with your local law enforcement agency. Then, please do let us know by reporting the incident and we will do our best to investigate and shut down the perpetrator so that others do not suffer the same fate. And remember, we value every applicant who decides they'd like to work with us at TTEC.

Where to submit your local complaints by country

Australia
- SCAMWATCH
- Australian Cyber Security Centre
- WA Scam Net

Brazil
- Instituto Nacional do Seguro Social
- Ministério da Previdência Social

Bulgaria
- CyberCrime

Canada
- The Competition Bureau
- Anti Fraude Centre

Greece
- Cybercrime Prosecution Directorate

India
- Cybercrime India
- Cyber Crime Investigation Cell

Mexico
- International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network

Northern Ireland
- Action Fraud
- SAFERJobs

Philippines
- DTI
- DOLE
- PNP

Poland
- Policja.PL

United Kingdom
- Action Fraud
- SAFERJobs
- Office of Fair Trading

USA
- FBI
- FTC
- Crime Complaint Center

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