Don’t Be Fooled by Illegitimate Job Offerings
An Alert to All Potential Job Candidates
A con artist is posing as John Bialous, our COO, in an attempt to trick job seekers into turning over their sensitive, personal information.
We are taking this matter very seriously and are actively seeking ways to thwart this criminal.
The most important thing for you to know is that we DO NOT engage in the hiring process (interviews included) unless a candidate has completed an application in our online Candidate Portal.
If you have been contacted with a job offer for our company by an email address that is not from our domain (@milestechnologies.com), DO NOT REPLY. If you are unsure, please contact us at email@example.com or give us a call at (856) 496-8001. In the meantime, here is what you need to be aware of:
The Phishing Scam
Illegitimate email accounts are being created with a likeness to our Company’s name (Miles Technologies) and are being used to contact job seekers who have posted their information on job sites. The emails sent claim to be “Mr John Bialous," the COO of our company, however this is not the case. The impersonators start out by offering an “online interview” for a “strictly virtual position.” They will go as far as to set up an online interview through Google Hangouts, Skype, or Yahoo IM, in which they will ultimately offer you a position and then proceed to ask for personal information. You should NEVER give out personal information through insecure messaging services. Any job application for Miles Technologies starts by applying through our web portal at https://www.milestechnologies.com/careers.
If a recruiter from our company contacts you, they will send you directly to the Careers page to complete an application. Any email you receive from our employees will show up as firstname.lastname@example.org. We DO NOT use @gmail, @yahoo, @yandex, @everymail, @workmail, or anything other than @milestechnologies.com.
Beware of these ILLEGITIMATE Email Addresses
We’ve been in contact with multiple scam victims and they provided the following email addresses that have been used. These are the known scam email addresses:
Here is an Actual Copy of the Email Scam
What to do if You Encounter this Scam
If you have encountered or fallen victim to this phishing scam, you should contact the FBI immediately. Here is a direct link to their online forms for reporting phishing attempts: https://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx