We are aware that job postings may have been made by people who claim to be recruiters for Informatica, even using Informatica employee names, but who are not affiliated with Informatica. We have also been made aware that unauthorized individuals may have posed as Informatica recruiters, made contact about job opportunities, and extended job offers via text message, instant message, or chat rooms. These job postings and offers are not authorized by Informatica. Informatica is not responsible for fraudulent offers or requests for personal information.


Recruitment fraud is a sophisticated scam offering fake job opportunities to job seekers. This type of fraud can be carried out through false websites, fake e-mails claiming to be from the company, or phony social media profiles. The fraudsters often request recipients to provide personal information or to make payments as part of their fake recruiting process. 

Informatica, its subsidiaries and preferred recruitment partners will NEVER ask you for any fee. We will not ask for any personal financial information such as banking account numbers, credit card numbers or personal details, etc.  

All offers related to communications are sent from an official Informatica email ID or from authorized recruitment partners.  


  • The email is from a Gmail, Yahoo, or Outlook address. Informatica staff will never email you using a free internet email service like Yahoo, Gmail or Hotmail. 
  • They ask for payment. Informatica, its subsidiaries and authorized recruitment partner will NEVER ask you for any fee.  
  • You are not the only recipient on the email. Informatica staff will never email you about a job offer to multiple people at once. 
  • The email does not address you by name. The email may say your information was obtained from a job board, school database, or Career Services office. If so, they should address the email to you directly, rather than “Hello candidate” or “Good Morning”. 
  • They ask for personal information in an email. Legitimate Informatica job opportunities require you to apply and provide your personal information in an official application. 
  • They ask to continue the conversation by text. This makes the scam harder to document. Conversations about legitimate offers will be conducted by email. 
  • The email contains grammatical or spelling errors. A very common attribute of scam emails is that they do not bother to spell check or grammar check their outgoing emails. 
  • There is no contact information for the sender. Any legitimate email from Informatica Human Resources or Recruiting department will have a signature line with the sender's name, title, and contact information. 

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