Job Offer Scams and Fraudulent Offers
Phillips 66 will never seek fees or sensitive personal information from job applicants.
Unauthorized or fraudulent recruiting communications and social media postings have been made using the Phillips 66 name, logo and facility names (i.e., Sweeny Refinery).
These fraudulent communications are fake and not from Phillips 66.
The scams attempt to defraud potential applicants with requests for payment of "fees" or sensitive personal information (SSN, Passport number, etc.). You should never respond to a request asking you to provide any form of payment or “application” fee.
How to tell if your job posting is a scam
Legitimate job postings will always link directly to our careers page on Phillips66.jobs where you can view the posted opening.
Phillips 66 will never send you an email using an email address such as Hotmail, Yahoo, or Gmail, etc.
Email communications from our company will never request sensitive financial or personal information such as social security number, passport information, date of birth, credit card numbers, banking information, etc.
If you suspect you have been targeted
If you are suspicious of the authenticity of a communication you received regarding employment with Phillips 66, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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