Fraudulent E-mail Soliciting a Work from Home Scam
We have been alerted to the fact that a number of individuals are currently receiving fraudulent e-mails linked to and/or stated to come from Anixter. Please be aware that these e-mails do not originate from Anixter.
These e-mails solicit for employment and/or advise that Anixter has hired the individual. For example, fraudulent e-mails are being sent claiming that Anixter is hiring individuals to work from home and accept payment on Anixter’s behalf through the individual’s personal bank account. During the e-mail exchange there is a request for personal information of the individual. Please note that these e-mails (and the employment referred to in them) have no association to Anixter and should be treated with the utmost caution.
All Anixter Inc. positions are listed on the official careers page at anixter.com/careers.
If you think you've been contacted by the perpetrators of any of this scams, we recommend that you:
- Do not respond to these messages
- File a complaint with iC3 at www.ic3.gov—this is the Internet Crime Complaint Center that works in conjunction with the FBI.