This note is to caution individuals against recruitment frauds that seek financial commitments from candidates in return of employment at Larsen and Toubro Infotech Limited (“LTI”). Applicants may be invited to participate in bogus interviews, asked to fill out fabricated employment applications and may be issued fake offer letters, all with the ultimate goal of trying to entice victims to deposit a certain amount and/or divulge personal information. These fraudulent communications may carry the ID or domain name of LTI, or a deceptively similar name.
This is to bring to your notice that at LTI, we do not authorize any agency, company or individual to collect money as a pre-employment requirement. LTI bears no responsibility for amounts being deposited by any candidates/individual in response to such emails.
As a vigilant jobseeker, please look out for the following pointers as an example (not exhaustive) to identify the fraudulent emails:
- LTI does not ask for any money from the candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
- A fraudulent email may mention the bank account number of an individual or the account details would be given upon calling the number mentioned in the fraudulent mail.
- LTI only sends offers from the official domain “Lntinfotech.com”, please look for and accept mails accordingly.
Please exercise due caution and remain guarded.
In case any candidate receives any unsolicited or fraudulent communication regarding a job offer or an interview call against the payment of money, please stay alert and recognize it as a scam. Please note that “@lntinfotech.com” is our official email id, which we use for communicating about the opportunities. LTI does not accept any liability for any such fraudulent email communications if you receive such offers that are fraudulent, including from fraudsters who use a similar or deceptively similar domain to communicate. Please recognize such offers as a scam if other elements such as asking payments or offering jobs without legitimate job interviews are part of such communications.
If you believe you have been a victim of recruitment fraud, you are requested to approach the law enforcement agencies immediately.