“It’s come to our attention that JinkoSolar’s name has been used in an internet hiring scam.
JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc., our U.S.-based affiliate, has received a number of notices from various individuals stating that they had been contacted by individuals claiming to work for Jinko that are conducting a hiring process. The victims are usually contacted via email and/or phone with a request for personal information in order to obtain a position at a new Jinko office. In many instances, the victims' information seems to have been obtained from popular recruiting web platforms.
永利会网址登录The individuals perpetrating the scam appear to prefer using Gmail addresses to make electronic contact. In some cases, they have asked the victims to complete tasks, conduct telephone interviews and share personal information, including social security numbers. Please note that all employees of Jinko have corporate email address ending in @永利会网址登录.com. There is no entity called Jinko Solar Limited.
永利会网址登录If you think you have been the victim of this scam or have additional information, some suggested points of contact are: the Internet Crime Complaint Center of the Federal Bureau of Investigation at http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) at email@example.com and the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357 or online at http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0243-job-scams.
永利会网址登录To confirm whether a job opening or recruitment contact at Jinko is legitimate, you can call +1-415-402-0502.
Jinko has been working with recruiting web platforms as well as with the relevant authorities with respect to these matters.”