WELL Health Technologies Corp. (“WELL”) has been notified of imposters using the WELL name and/or brand in an attempt to elicit personal information from random persons, job seekers and job prospects. Recent attempts have involved fake emails as well as fake LinkedIn profiles set up to appear like persons affiliated with WELL are seeking applicants to fill positions. These imposters may use InMail, Gmail or some other platform to contact people regarding “open positions” and have even requested banking and/or other personal information from candidates.
WELL does not request any personal or banking or other financial account information from anyone including job candidates. We advise you to never provide sensitive personal information such as addresses, birthdates, banking or other account information to an unsolicited contact. We further advise you do not open any attachments on e-mails from someone you do not know.
If you are in doubt as to the legitimacy of any correspondence that appears to be from WELL please do not hesitate to contact us
Common signs that an e-mail may be part of a phishing scam:
- There’s a request for your credit card or bank account numbers, your social insurance number, or other sensitive information
- The contact email address contains the domain @live.com, @yahoo.com, @hotmail.com, @gmail.com etc. Contact by our consultants is made only from a well.company e-mail account
- It in any way requires you to make an investment
- You are required to act immediately or miss the opportunity
- The email contains misspellings and/or grammatical errors
- Any related opportunity, job and/or salary sound too good to be true
- You are asked to send a photo of yourself
- The posting or email lists no qualifications, job requirements, or details about the job
If you receive any e-mail soliciting information from you including information related to a job position, you are encouraged to contact us.