WhatsApp phishing attempts

It has come to our attention that scammers are contacting people via WhatsApp pretending to work at Frazer Jones and offering fake job opportunities (see an example of a scam message below). We therefore want to urge people to be aware of potential fraud in the recruitment process and to be vigilant. This scam is unfortunately widespread and we are aware of many other recruitment firms also being affected.

We do sometimes communicate with candidates and clients using WhatsApp about specific opportunities but we never:

If you receive a message from someone you do not recognise claiming to work for Frazer Jones or if you are unsure whether a message you have received is a genuine message from Frazer Jones, please contact your nearest Frazer Jones office here.

The people contacting you with these spam messages do not work for Frazer Jones and have not obtained your information from Frazer Jones. Rest assured, our data security has not been compromised and these scammers have not obtained your information through us.

You can read more about how to spot a scam here.

Please note that under no circumstances shall Frazer Jones be held liable for any claims, damages, or losses resulting from or in any way connected to the actions of the scammers mentioned above.