ADM has released its statement regarding fraudulent recruiters posing as ADM employees.
The statement is as follows:
"We have recently learned that criminals have falsely represented themselves as officers of ADM and have illegally used the logo and name of ADM in connection with bogus recruitment schemes which seek to defraud, mislead and steal money from unwary individuals who are searching for jobs.
These criminals typically ask potential victims to send their IDs as well as other documents (titles, diplomas, etc.) to fake email accounts using fraudulent domains such as @adm.net.co or @adms.com.co, while stating that an individual will represent ADM during the recruitment process. Subsequently, we understand the criminals request victims to transfer funds in order to pay for alleged immigration procedures, document review and/or English proficiency tests.
ADM categorically states that it has nothing to do with this fraudulent recruitment scheme, and we do not have a relationship of any kind with these individuals. We will never request money transfers and/or cash in connection with personnel recruitment.
We call on the community not to get involved with this type of scam. We strongly recommend that all individuals who have been victims of this scam file corresponding claims with their local law enforcement authorities."