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Warning: phishing/recruitment scam - false job offers sent via e-mail and social media

Before applying to a Job vacancy on NPS Career site through the link below, please read the below warning details carefully: 

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Warning Details:

NPS has had a number of enquiries from people who have received via e-mail or through social media websites such as LinkedIn and Facebook, what they thought were genuine offers of employment from NPS. These offers turned out to be fraudulent. 

We would like to make it clear that a genuine job offer from NPS would only be made following a formal application and selection process, including a face to face interview.

This type of scam is known as a 'scam recruitment offer' or 'phishing scam'. It is an attempt to obtain cash from victims by offering lucrative jobs with "work permits" or "visa working papers" that do not exist. In this particular case it is an email scam where the sender is trying to obtain personal and/or bank information and/or money. These scams are conducted via the internet using either fake company websites, or by sending unsolicited emails claiming to be from a NPS employee or from our company careers site.

These e-mails can look authentic by including a company logo taken from official websites and adding convincing details about your personal information taken from your social networking pages. However, these e-mails have no connection with NPS. 

What you should NOT do:

  • DO NOT send money to further employment prospects. NPS never requests money for such purposes.
  • DO NOT respond to unsolicited offers of employment from people you are unfamiliar with.
  • DO NOT supply personal or financial data to persons you do not know.
  • DO NOT continue to communicate in any way if you suspect the originator may be fraudulent.

What can candidates expect from NPS?

  • NPS never asks for money from job applicants.
  • Any genuine offer from NPS will always be preceded by formal application and professional selection processes including face-to-face interviews and an offer from ( Email account. 
  • NPS does not ask for bank details until the contract has been signed by both parties.

How do I know if a job offer I have received is fraudulent?

Some clues to look out for include:

  • The e-mail or alleged contract makes poor use of language and/or contains bad spelling.
  • It comes from e-mail addresses with a different domain name than (
  • If a job offer from NPS is unexpected, then it is probably fake.

If you have been sent what you believe to be a false recruitment email, contact us immediately at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.