Vintedge is aware that people are being contacted with fake messages or job offers of employment from individuals and organisations claiming to represent Vintedge. Vintedge’s name and logo have been used on the documentation without authority. Fraud messages and emails may seem realistic and could be mistaken as the truth. If the message is suspicious or the job offer appears too good to be true, it is likely a scam. The tactics used by scammers are constantly evolving. We urge everyone to be cautious and stay vigilant!
What steps can I take to protect myself against scams?
- Do not respond to text messages and calls from unknown numbers
- Do not click on any external links from unknown contacts
- Never give away personal or financial information until you can confirm that individual’s identity
- No money transfer is required in our hiring process. Never transfer money to people you do not know or have not met
- Job offers will only be made after you have gone through an interview process
- Job offers are made through emails ending with official corporate domain @vintedge.com (Vintedge does not make job offers on Whatsapp, SMS and Social Media.)
- If you’re unsure about whether the job or user who reached out to you is legitimate, contact us directly by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What should I do if I receive a suspicious email/message or suspect that I have been scammed?
- File a report directly to the Police
- Inform Vintedge personnel by email (email@example.com)
For genuine open positions, please visit: https://www.vintedge.com/careers/