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We have been made aware of a recent increase in recruitment fraud in Europe. This type of recruitment fraud is normally conducted using fake job adverts (either online or in the press). Individuals who apply to these jobs then receive emails claiming to be from PepsiCo representatives. The intent of this approach is usually to solicit personal information or money. These communications are fraudulent and do not originate from PepsiCo.
Watch out for:
- Emails that originate from a non PepsiCo.com address, e.g. from Yahoo, Gmail or Hotmail accounts
- Adverts or emails with poor spelling and grammar
- A job offer when no face-to-face interview has taken place
- A request for (a) money (b) passport information or (c) bank account details
- Offers of employment in international locations - often with requests for "visa processing fees"
Please be aware that:
- Email communications from PepsiCo associates will always come from a PepsiCo.com email address
- PepsiCo will never request payments from prospective employees
- PepsiCo will never make a job offer without first conducting at least one face-to-face interview, usually in a PepsiCo office or facility
- Formal signed offers of employment will be issued in hard copy from PepsiCo
We recommend that you do not respond to anyone making unsolicited offers of employment on behalf of PepsiCo. If you receive such an approach we would strongly advise you to contact the police.