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What do I do if I suspect a scammer is offering me a job at InVision?


How can I tell if a job listing or job offer I've received from InVision is legitimate?

Scammers will often take advantage of hopeful job applicants by misrepresenting themselves as acting on behalf of popular companies. These scammers will post a fraudulent job listing or contact job seekers and offer employment with several possible goals: getting sensitive personal information like social security numbers and bank account information, and often tricking the victim into cashing a bogus check and either sending funds back to the scammer or purchasing equipment from a "trusted" vendor. When the check bounces a few days later, the victim is out the money they sent to the scammer.

There are a few signs you should look for when trying to determine if a job listing or job offer from InVision is legitimate:

  1. Is the listing also present on our primary jobs page? If so, apply directly from our website rather than through an external listing. Some scammers will harvest the text from legitimate job listings to make their scam seem more trustworthy. When in doubt, apply directly on our company's job page rather than through another job page.
  2. Does the listing or the communication from the company contain lots of typos or grammatical errors? Are they contacting you from an address or from a domain that doesn't match the company's actual domain (e.g. instead of These are often signs that the person you're talking to isn't who they appear to be.
  3. Do they offer to send you a check for buying equipment or getting setup? This is a common element to this scam and in general we do not require our newly hired employees to purchase their own equipment.

When in doubt, contact the InVision Support team before you share any personal information with the recruiter who has contacted you or before applying and we can help you verify that you're not being targeted with a scam.

What do I do if I already gave a scammer my personal information or cashed their check?

If you've given the scammer any sensitive details such as your social security number, bank account numbers, or other details commonly found on a W4 then you are at risk for identity theft. You should review advice from a trusted resource such as and you should contact your bank immediately to ensure that your accounts are protected.

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