Finding a job can often be challenging, especially when recruiters may not be who they claim to be. Scammers have been posing as recruiters to obtain personal information, equipment, money and even your bank details. Recruitment scams can be difficult to detect since most perpetrators use information from real companies and resumes they find online. If you think you've been scammed, look for these signs:
Offering you a job without a formal interview.
The compensation is suspiciously high.
The company requires payment from you.
You have been contacted through a third-party application (WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, etc.)
Communication appears unprofessional.
Contact information from the recruiter is missing.
Confidential information is requested before the official hire.
Requests for you to purchase and reship equipment.
Reminder: Toast will never ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process and is not responsible for fraudulent offers or requests for personal information or payments. Candidates who have questions about the validity of Toast job postings or offers should consult the job postings on our careers.toasttab.com career site.