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Employment Offer Scam Alert


Nov 10, 2023, 16:10 PM by Craig Sturtz



Employment Offer  Scam Alert (PDF) 

We must would like alert our Job Seeker community that scammers are fraudulently using our company’s name and logo and impersonating our staff to falsely offering jobs in an illegal attempt to collect personal information and money from job seekers.

These scammers have created fake but realistic-looking job postings, websites, emails, text messages and may also be making direct telephone calls. These scams may appear professional and legitimate, however, they are not legitimate or affiliated with Hexion in any way. Our email addresses will ALWAYS end with our domain names (,

In addition, Hexion will never ask for your personal information by email, such as your social security number, bank account information, or credit card details. We will also never ask you to pay any fees or purchase any equipment or software as part of the recruitment process. If you have any doubt about whether an email you receive from Hexion is genuine, please do not follow any links or open any attachments. Please do not disclose any personal or financial information in response to any suspicious email.

Helpful Resources:  The U.S. Federal Trade Commission provides consumers with free tips and information on how to avoid being scammed online and what to do if you feel you have been scammed.  For further information, please visit the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s job scams advice webpage.  If you have been scammed online, you may report the crime through the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center’s website ( or the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s website (

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