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Recruiting scams are on the rise

Criminals around the world are using real corporate names to post fake jobs. And in some cases, they’re asking applicants for money, banking details, and other personal information. The bogus websites and emails they use often include company logos and photos and look legit. But don’t be fooled.

SAP, SAP Ariba, SAP Concur do not request money, credit card, bank account or other personally identifiable information as part of its recruitment processes. If asked for this information, don’t provide it. SAP, SAP Ariba, SAP Concur also don’t send unsolicited emails to job seekers. And official correspondence to applicants is only sent from email addresses ending in sap.com. If you receive emails from any other domain, do not respond.

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