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Common attributes of fake job offer emails

They come from public email ids.

They claim to come from 'Wipro Group of Industries Limited' or some such non-existent organization but claiming to carry the name of 'Wipro'.

They call for cash deposit into a designated bank account.

To make the offer seem authentic, the email will call for submission of 'qualification documents', 'experience certificate', photographs, etc.

The emails will contain numerous apparent grammar and spelling errors.

How to tackle fake Orilent offers and fake ads

In case you receive such mails, please do not pay/deposit money. These mails must be reported as SPAM.

In the event there was already a payment made, please lodge a complaint with the nearest police station so that necessary action can be taken against the imposters.

Some of our requirements are announced using advertisements and web banners in leading publications and portals across the globe. Our advertisement will be unique with our logo, a Wipro email ID for response and the URL of the career site carried in it.

How to detect a fake job offer

- Fraudulent job emails usually don't have detailed information about the job, role, company and package. The content of the e-mail would be vague and unclear.

- If money is asked, then it's fake job call. No legitimate company asks for money in the name of bond or security deposits in advance.

- The list of opening shared with you would be enormous -- right from blue collar staffers of all industries to white collar staffers to the top management.

- Generally, these emails would land in your spam folder. Because, they were sent in bulk.

- Office address given in the bottom of the mail would mostly be wrong.