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Recruitment Fraud Alert

Notice to Candidates

CSM Tech’s employee recruiting process includes comprehensive screening stages. CSM does not ask/accept any amount or security deposit from job seekers during the recruitment process.

How to Identify Recruitment Fraud?

  • Requesting fees for any sort of requirements during or after the hiring process. CSM never requests money for the opportunity to apply or work in terms of security or travel or accommodation expenses.
  • Receiving offer letter without any interviews. CSM’s hiring process involves at least one interview (virtual or in-person). The virtual interview is mostly done on Zoom or in person that to be in the CSM office addresses.
  • Informed about the job interview only through the IM app. CSM Tech primarily informs about the job/interview over email and from an email ID.
  • The CSM Recruitment team informs or corresponds from email addresses with the domain “@csm.tech”. In case any generic email ID such as Gmail/Yahoo is used for communication, please be alert of such fraudulent acts.
  • Asked for personal documents or bank details during the interview. CSM Tech does not request or require personal documents like bank account details, tax forms, or credit card information as part of the recruitment process. Documents are asked for during the onboarding from an official representative of CSM.

If you've encountered any of these situations, we strongly recommend that you don't respond, don't click any links, and don't give out any personal documents. If you're unsure that the message is from CSM Tech, please email careers@csm.tech with screenshots. You are also requested to verify the job offers by visiting the career section on the CSM Tech website.

If you believe you have been a victim of recruitment fraud, you are requested to approach law enforcement agencies at the earliest possible.