It has come to our attention that fraudulent job offers or communications soliciting payments are being sent via e-mail by persons claiming to be from Schlumberger.
In the e-mail, prospective employees are told to obtain immigration documents. They may be referred to an organization that requests fees for processing them. In some cases they are told they will be reimbursed for all the costs.
Additionally, invitations supposedly originating from Schlumberger to submit applications to a public email address have been in circulation.
These communications are fraudulent.
They do not originate from Schlumberger.
Schlumberger NEVER asks for money transfers or payments of any kind from applicants.
There are a few quick ways to recognize fraud:
- Schlumberger emails always end in "@slb.com". Any email styled with "Schlumberger" using a different format is not genuine. Schlumberger will NEVER request a prospective applicant to email information to an email address not ending in "@slb.com".
- Schlumberger website pages always include http://www.slb.com. Any other format is not genuine. Schlumberger will NEVER request a prospective applicant to visit a website with any address that does not include http://www.slb.com.
- Prior to employment offers, prospective employees are ALWAYS invited to an interview with Schlumberger personnel.
- The location of the interview is ALWAYS provided to candidates either by phone, or e-mail from a Schlumberger email account ending in "@slb.com".
- No money transfers or payments of any kind will EVER be requested by Schlumberger as part of the recruitment process; or for immigration documents, insurance, or any other purpose.
- No job offers will be made prior to a formal interview process from Schlumberger.
Should you experience any of the foregoing, please treat the communication as fraudulent and forward it to: Report-Job-Scam@slb.com. Schlumberger will strive to investigate the situation and have corrective action taken.