Recruitment Fraud Statement

Beware of Recruiting Fraud
Job Applicants should be aware of job recruitment, interview, and offer scams being
perpetrated through the use of the Internet and social media platforms. The scammers
frequently misappropriate and use a company’s logo and/or photos of its executives to give the
appearance of legitimacy. The scam preys upon those seeking employment and uses false and
fraudulent offers of interviews and/or employment with employers such as Janux to steal from
the victims. Janux believes that one of the best ways to put a stop to this scam is to make you
aware of it.

No applicant for employment with Janux is ever required to pay any money as part of the job
application or hiring process, and Janux’s job recruitment process involves telephonic/video
interviews and in most cases, an in-person visit.

In addition, Janux will only send email communications to job applicants/seekers from one of
three sources: (1) addressed from “”, (2) a notification from our Applicant
Tracking System BambooHR, or (3) a direct message via LinkedIn from a verified profile.

If you have received a communication in any medium from any individual or entity purporting
to represent Janux in employment-related (or any other) matters, or if you suspect for any
reason that your communications with a purported representative of Janux may be
disingenuous, please: (1) stop all such communications immediately and refrain from
disclosing any personal information about yourself or anyone else; and (2) contact
[email protected] regarding the same for us to help determine if the communication is authentic.

What You Can Do
If you believe you have been the victim of job recruiting fraud, you can:

  • File an incident report at:
  • Call the FTC at: 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357)
  • File a complaint with the FBI at:
  • Contact the local police to report the fraud
  • Contact your bank or credit card company to close the account and dispute the charges