Recruitment Fraud

Please be aware that organisations may be offering false employment opportunities with Ithaca Energy and/or its associated companies.

The individuals responsible for these offers have no connection with Ithaca. We recommend that you do not respond to unsolicited business propositions and/or offers from people with whom you are unfamiliar.

Recruitment fraud involves the offer of fictitious job opportunities and is normally done through unsolicited emails, online recruitment services such as LinkedIn, social media sites, bogus websites and even WhatsApp or text messages claiming to be from Ithaca. The aim of the fraud is to obtain personal information or money.

There are a number of warning signs that may indicate fraud that you need to watch out for. Ithaca will NEVER adopt any of the below practices:

  • Request money (e.g. for ‘visa fees’, taxes, a percentage of travel expenses, insurance policies).
  • Request personal information such as passport and bank account details, often at an early stage.
  • Send emails from free web-based email accounts such as Yahoo, Gmail or
  • Spoofing scams use a sender name that will look familiar, hover your mouse over the contact name to show the actual email address. Ithaca only uses email addresses ending with
  • Use mobile phone numbers, rather than office numbers.
  • Make substantial spelling and grammatical errors.
  • Insist on urgency from the outset.
  • Use poorly formatted documentation.

If you are interested in a position within Ithaca, please check out our Careers page on our website linked here: Apply | Ithaca Energy