Fraudulent Recruitment / Employment Offers
Weatherford International has been informed that fraudulent job offers have been made by persons or organizations claiming to represent or be affiliated with Weatherford International.
Please be advised that Weatherford International, its affiliates and entities hired by Weatherford for recruitment purposes have not or will not ask for money from applicants under any circumstances, particularly at any point during the recruitment and selection process. If you received any offer that purports to be from Weatherford International and ask for money, these types of offers are fraudulent and are not from Weatherford International.
Here are some of the indicators that point to a fraudulent offer:
- Emails that come from non-Weatherford email addresses.
- The contracts issued will give contact telephone numbers.
- Money will be requested for processing Work Permits or Visa applications.
If you receive any type of offers like these, do not respond. Weatherford advises you to immediately contact the local law enforcement agency to report the fraud.
If you are interested in a job with Weatherford International, please visit our Careers Site at www.weatherford.jobs.