|World Vision would like to inform applicants about individuals who are fraudulently claiming to be recruiters for World Vision, but are in no way affiliated with World Vision. These scam artists advertise high-paying jobs with World Vision that do not exist. "Successful" candidates are instructed to wire a "training" or "recruitment" fee, to an overseas bank account. |
If you have received any of these fraudulent offers or advertisements, or if you are unsure about an offer of employment, please forward them to World Vision. If you are in the U.S. and have received any of these recruitment emails or have otherwise been a victim of this scam, you can help World Vision by filing a report of the incident on the FBI's Internet Fraud Complaint Center Web site at www.ic3.gov.
Please know that we have contacted appropriate authorities and are acting in other aggressive ways to stop these individuals from continuing their illegal activities that are deceiving and confusing applicants who earnestly seek employment at World Vision. Thank you for your interest in World Vision and for your support.