Recruitment Fraud

Whilst we are keen to seek enthusiastic and talented individuals to join our rapidly expanding teams across the globe, we are also aware of an increasing number of fake job offers that are being made by individuals purporting to be working for and on behalf of the Prax Group.

This practice is typically conducted through unsolicited emails, online recruitment services, bogus websites and even text messages, claiming to be from Prax. The aim of the fraud is usually to obtain personal information or extort money.

You should look out for the following warning signs of fraud and note that no member of the Prax Group will ever: 

-> offer you a job without having first invited you for an interview

-> request money in respect of a job application (e.g. for visa fees or taxes)

-> request personal information such as your passport and bank account details until after you have been interviewed and offered a job

-> send emails from free, web-based email accounts such as Yahoo, Gmail or Live

-> make unsophisticated spelling or grammatical mistakes

-> insist on urgency from the outset

-> use poorly formatted documentation

If you have any concerns about whether any communications about a job offer are genuinely from the Prax Group, please do not hesitate to contact us at

If you believe that a job offer may be fraudulent, you can also report it to the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre at