DynCorp International wants to ensure job seekers are not misled by a scam. Unauthorized parties sometimes misrepresent the DynCorp International brand to solicit money from job seekers by assuring them employment with DI or its family of companies. If you or someone you know are seeking employment with DI, be on the lookout for these signs of a scam.
Recruiting Scam Information
Scammers use job boards and other legitimate advertisements, but look for these signs to identify a false listing:
- Does the email address end in @dyn-intl.com? DynCorp International recruiters, team members and personnel use email addresses ending in @dyn-intl.com. If you see another email address domain, the user is not a part of the DI recruiting team. Pay close attention to the email address because a scammer can make it appear very similar.
- Is there a placement fee? DynCorp International will never ask you to submit a fee when applying for a position on their team. You cannot make a payment to ensure job placement with DI. Any communication that indicates otherwise is a scam.
- Fees for certification, training materials or other work-related expenses. DI never asks for payment for any materials as part of its recruiting process.
- Solicitation for tax, bank account or credit card information. The completion of tax forms such as a W-4, bank account or credit card information is never part of the DI recruiting process. As a general precaution you should never disclose personal or financial details in response to an unsolicited email request.
- Offers work at home opportunities. DI does not currently offer any listings with the opportunity to work from home. If you are offered the opportunity to work at home from a recruiter, it is a scam.
If Scammed – What You Should Do?
If someone contacts you with a fraudulent employment offer, please alert a local law enforcement agency or police authority. The Federal Trade Commission lists a reporting service on their website for anyone targeted by a recruiting scam.