Perhaps you have received emails or phone calls notifying you about a Mobil contract you just won at one of the world’s biggest oil companies, the earlier you verified the authenticity, the better.
Many Mobil contract scams are perpetrated by fraudsters who device many phoney schemes to lure people to believe that they have huge deals to offer.
Just as Mobil has recruitment processes in place for job applicants, so does the company also have specified process for Mobil contract matters are also carried out under stringent corporate procedures.
Based on our research, the company (Mobil) is also aware that some unscrupulous individuals may pretend to be its executives or directors thereby possessing materials in Logo, websites and emails to conduct scams.
In this light, Mobil advises that individuals seeking contracts from the company should take note and be aware of the following information below:
ExxonMobil does not use social media and unsolicited email or written correspondence to request that individuals or businesses pay an advance fee of any kind in order to conduct business with ExxonMobil.
It has come to our attention that unauthorized individuals have attempted to use the ExxonMobil name and logo, as well as the names of ExxonMobil directors, executives and employees, in emails and on web sites to solicit up-front fees from interested individuals and businesses. If you are contacted by an individual or business seeking up-front fees, be aware that offers or proposals communicated through social media, email or written correspondence and purporting to be on behalf of ExxonMobil may be fraudulent.
Unauthorized individuals have also used third party websites to conduct business solicitation scams. ExxonMobil does not control any third party websites, and makes no warranty or representation regarding, and is not responsible for, any third party websites or the content of such websites. Inclusion of links or sharing tools to third party sites is not an endorsement of the content of such sites.
Should you suspect that you have received a business solicitation scam, you are advised to report the suspected behavior to the third party website.