Consumer Safety Information
GlobalLogic is a trusted business delivering services to some of the top brands around the world. Recently we have had increasing reports of dishonest individuals impersonating GlobalLogic representatives in order to defraud or scam customers, and to get private personal and financial information.
WARNING: BEWARE OF SCAMS.
Any person contacting a member of the general public concerning GlobalLogic software sales or services is not from GlobalLogic. GlobalLogic will never request a consumer to install software, or provide remote access to their computer. GlobalLogic does not sell or market anti-virus or computer security software.
If you are contacted by someone claiming they are a GlobalLogic representative, please:
- Do NOT give them any private or personal information
- Do NOT give them access to your computer or banking information
- Do NOT accept anything from them (packages, gifts).
Any such persons may be attempting a Tech Support or similar fraud or scam. For more information, please visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) websites. You may wish to report the incident to the appropriate authorities. Please see “Reporting”, below, for resources.
GlobalLogic hiring practices.
All job openings GlobalLogic are listed on our website, under “careers”. We encourage you to apply for jobs through our website. All contact by GlobalLogic recruiters are from our @globallogic.com e-mail.
GlobalLogic never asks job applicants for personal financial information, makes instant hires after a single interview, or asks new-hires to purchase software, training, and/or equipment to work for GlobalLogic.
If you are approached by someone who claims to represent GlobalLogic and they make the above requests, they may be attempting a job scam. For more information about work-from-home and other job scams and fraud, please visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) websites. You may wish to report the incident to the appropriate authorities. Please see “Reporting”, below, for resources.
You may report fraud to appropriate authorities, including your local consumer protection agency. Consumer protection agencies taking complaints may include:
You can also verify any GlobalLogic communication by contacting us directly. Please read the above first, and see https://www.globallogic.com/contact-us/ for contact information.