The number of instances of job recruitment scams has been increasing in the past few years. These scams involve the scammer posing as a JAC International consultant on social media and messaging apps asking potential candidates for money in exchange for a job or interview. They also phish for personal information such as your name, age, and other personal details.
Please beware – this is a scam. JAC Group will never ask you for money in return for an interview or a job. It is against our code of conduct and business values to do so. Applying for any of the jobs on our websites does not cost a thing and JAC International does not charge fees to job seekers for its placement services.
JAC International will also never ask you for your personal information like your passwords, identification card, or bank account details.
If you receive a message from someone impersonating a JAC International consultant on any social media platform seeking your personal information including bank account details, passwords, or other sensitive information with the promise of a job opportunity, please don’t respond.
Scams are an attempt by real criminals to purposefully mislead you in a way in order to take your money. Scams can come from different people and can surface in different ways. It is important to be aware of what a scam might look like and what the risks involved are, regardless of your age, background or income.
1. Do not respond.
2. Do not provide any personal information such as bank account details, credit card number, ID number, home address, etc. or agree to pay any fees
3. Do not click on any links that are sent to you
4. Report the incident to local authorities.
We encourage you to only register as a candidate on our secure website: https://www.jac-international.jp/.
Email communication from JAC International sent by our consultants uses the e-mail domain @jac-international.jp. Should you receive an email from a different domain claiming to be from a consultant at JAC International, do not reply.
If you suspect that you have been the victim of a recruitment scam, it is crucial that you take swift action to report the fraudulent activity and file a report with a trusted authority. This can include contacting local law enforcement or an organisation that specialises in addressing online scams. It is important to act promptly to minimise any potential damage to yourself or others.
You may also email us with the attached evidence at firstname.lastname@example.org