Notice on Fraudulent Job Offerings

It has been brought to our attention that there have been instances of fraudulent job offers claiming to be from Kepler Group and/or its affiliates (“Kepler”). Certain people have been offering fraudulent employment opportunities to applicants and have often asked for sensitive personal and financial information, including requiring candidates to purchase equipment and other such items alleging to relate to the fraudulent job offer.

Recruitment Fraud

Recruitment fraud is a sophisticated scam offering fake job opportunities to job seekers. This type of fraud is typically, but not exclusively, carried out through online services such as false websites, or through misleading e-mails claiming to be from the company. The fraudsters often request recipients to provide personal information and to make payments as part of this fake recruitment process.

Kepler does not collect any financial commitment(s) from candidates as a pre-employment requirement.

Identifying Recruitment Fraud

  1. Fraudulent job offers often ask for financial or personal information early in the process. Kepler does not ask for any financial commitment or contribution from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
  2. Fraudulent interviews are often conducted solely via email, often asking for immediate responses or written with poor punctuation or grammar. All Kepler interviews are conducted in-person or through a secure video call arranged by our in-house recruiting team.
  3. Fraudulent job offers will often originate from spoofed email domains or from emails addressing using personal email systems (e.g.;; et al). All legitimate Kepler recruiting communication will originate from one of Kepler’s owned and operated domains ( or
  4. Please note the Kepler will never, during the recruiting process, ask you for credit card information nor will Kepler ask you to pay upfront for services such as background investigations or screenings.
  5. All open roles open to the public will appear on this website. If you are contacted about a job that does not also appear on this site, no such opening exists.
Kepler has no responsibility for fraudulent offers and advises candidates to follow the guidance provided above.

If you believe you have been a victim of a fraudulent job offer concerning Kepler, please send an email to Please use the term “fraudulent job offer” in the subject line.