OMS has recently been made aware of “scams” whereby unauthorized individuals have falsely advertised or promised job opportunities with OMS as well as other companies and then requested payment of monies by the candidate to supposedly cover processing fees, visas, work permits or other formalities. These “scams” typically support these “offers” with forged documents. A recent fraudulent example is offers from email@example.com which has no relationship with OMS.
BE AWARE – OMS does NOT make unsolicited offers of employment and does NOT require that potential candidates provide any form of advance payment as part of the hiring process.
You will only be contacted by a legitimate OMS representative if you have applied for an open position through our website at www.omsintl.com or if you have contacted one of our local recruiting offices directly for employment information. Be cautious of any unsolicited offers of employment particularly if you are requested to supply personal banking information or provide any form of advance payment. If you suspect fraud, we would encourage you to report such activity to your local police authorities.
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