Careers Website Notice
Recruiting Scam Alert
Unfortunately, online scams have become increasingly more frequent and prevalent in today's ever wired world. Job seekers should take note of these online scams and be on alert for them when job hunting online. Recruiting scams are increasingly circulating online via email, social media, and through various websites as noted by the Federal Trade Commission's job scams advice webpage.
Penske has recently become aware that criminals are using its name, branding, and false but realistic looking websites in employment recruiting scams. These scams may appear professional and legitimate. However, they are not legitimate or affiliated with Penske in any way. Prospective applicants should carefully research the legitimacy of any unsolicited recruiting communications that appear to come from Penske or any other employer to help stop fraud and avoid falling victim to such online scams.
Be Suspicious If ...
- You haven't applied for a job with Penske but receive an offer of employment
- You receive any unsolicited employment offers and/or unsolicited employment contracts from Penske
- There are misspellings or poor grammar in the communication
- Anything seems even slightly out of place on the website
- You receive employment offers or communications from non-Penske email addresses (e.g.: yahoo.com, gmail.com, hotmail.com, aol.com, etc.).
- You receive requests for sensitive personal information such as Social Security Number, account numbers or requests to access accounts or transfer any funds or to make or receive payments to or from a third party of any kind
- Sends unsolicited job offers or employment contracts of any kind
- Requires any fees, payments or access to any of your financial, bank or any other types of accounts
Penske Career Applicants:
- Must apply to jobs online via our websites for consideration (i.e. www.gopenske.com, www.penske.jobs or gopenske.taleo.net)
- Must interview with a Penske representative prior to the extension of any job offer
As mentioned above, The Federal Trade Commission provides consumers with free tips and information on how to avoid being scammed online and what to do if you feel you have been scammed. You may view those tips and information via the Federal Trade Commission's website (http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/). If you have been scammed online, you may report the crime through the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Center's website (www.ic3.gov).
Questions? We're Here to Help.
If you ever have any questions regarding the authenticity of any communication sent purportedly by or on behalf of Penske's Human Resources Department or members of its recruiting team, please contact