Be on Alert – Fraudulent Employment Offers
ICF has been notified of fraudulent employment offers being made in the U.S. via letterhead, email, and otherwise (e.g., Facebook job sites and Google hangouts), to prospective candidates.
These fraudulent offers instruct prospective candidates to provide banking, detailed passport or similar information, and/or to pay application and processing fees.
These are fraudulent communications.
- ICF does not require any payment or fees from prospective candidates.
- ICF does not send any recruitment email from generic email addresses such as "@gmail.com".
Even if the email address contains the word "ICF", the email may not be from ICF. Examples include email addresses ending in "@ICFgroup.ca" and "ICFfrau-us.com". General job scam examples may also be found at https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0243-job-scams.
Do not provide any personal / financial information whatsoever, or make any payments requested by any email or other communication requesting such data to secure employment with ICF or any of its subsidiaries.
If you receive such a message, you are advised to contact your local law enforcement agency or via www.ic3.gov (Internet Crime Complaint Center) and provide any details you may have. You also may forward the messages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICF presents employment offers only to candidates who have applied for a position using ICF’s official application process via ICF Careers, and will only receive signed offers digitally. ICF will not solicit fees, personal or banking information from applicants via email. If you are interested in employment with ICF, please visit ICF Careers. Be on alert for possible employment fraudulent offers, which do not follow ICF’s application process.
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