Protecting Against Fraud Online

Paradox is a team of passionate people committed to transforming the talent experience. We want to make sure that candidates interested in working at Paradox are protected against attempts at fraud and phishing. Here are some tips to help you learn about security precautions you can take in your job search.

In the past, attempts have been made on job posting sites where users have misrepresented themselves as recruiters at Paradox. Any recruitment outreach from a Paradox employee will be sent from a Paradox email address, not from Outlook, Gmail, or other generic email systems.

Paradox will not ask you for the following during the recruiting process:

  • Requests to manage financial transactions from home
  • Requests for detailed personal information (driver's license, bank account, credit card information, passwords, social security number)
  • Compensation based on you withdrawing funds from a bank account
  • Any job that requires a fee of any sort: application fee, processing fees, inventory charges - you should not pay to work
  • Shipping from your home
  • Employment opportunities that involve acting as a go-between for money transfers

Reporting Fraud

If you receive any outreach from someone claiming to be a representative of Paradox who asks for any of the above information, please email

You can further research online security at and file an online report with The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a partner of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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