We are aware that job seekers have received false offers of employment from individuals and organisations claiming to represent DRA. Unauthorised use of the DRA name and logo appears on documentation that supports these fraudulent offers.
Should you receive a suspicious email from someone claiming to represent DRA, please forward it to email@example.com
Recruitment fraud happens when scammers offer fake job opportunities to job seekers and this type of illegal behaviour is on the increase. Job seekers are enticed to provide either money or personal data through appealing job opportunities that simply don’t exist. Money is nonrecoverable and data is used in identity theft which can have long-term repercussions.
Recruitment fraud is more prevalent in the online space such as and can use many mediums to attract victims. With the decrease in face to face contact due to the pandemic, mediums such as text messages, emails, websites and social media accounts can appear legitimate but criminals have simply become smarter in using these tools to their maximum advantage. In some instances, employee names and logos are duplicated from existing companies to give the perception of legitimacy.
DRA aims to create awareness and prevent job seekers from falling victim to employment scams.
Please use these verification checks below to screen any correspondence you receive from us, or someone claiming to represent our organisation: