Fraudulent offers of employment have been emailed to job seekers by individuals, organizations, internet sites, or social media accounts claiming to represent Hatch Energy Group. In some cases, job seekers have been asked to disclose personally identifiable information, or pay a processing or work permit fee (as much as several thousand dollars) in order to commence employment with the company.
These fraudulent emails do not originate from Hatch Energy Group. They are recruitment scams designed to extort money and/or personal information.
Hatch Energy Group will never make requests for funds, the transfer of money, or advancement of fees at any stage of our recruitment process. This includes costs associated with immigration, legal fees, airline fees, travel insurance or related expenses.
If you have received any correspondence or job offers via email from Hatch Energy Group, please ensure the email address ends with “@hatch-energy.com” or contact us to verify the authenticity of the information.
If you receive communication that you believe is fraudulent or if you have suffered a personal financial loss, please contact your local law enforcement.