Job Offer Scams

Be aware of unauthorized and fraudulent recruiting communications and social media postings using the Phillips 66 name, logo and facility names (i.e., Sweeny Refinery). These fraudulent communications have been sent to individuals through various channels and are typically distributed via email, social media (e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook) or by phone solicitation in which individuals are encouraged to provide personal or financial information. This could cause harm or place individuals’ private information and identity at risk of disclosure or misuse.

While these offers may appear legitimate, it is important to keep the following in mind if you have received a solicitation of employment purporting to originate from Phillips 66:

Phillips 66 will never request fees as part of an offer of employment – you should never respond to a request that asks you to provide any form of payment or “application” fee;

Phillips 66 will never collect applicant information or send you an email using an email address such as Hotmail, Yahoo, or Gmail, etc.;

Legitimate job postings promoted on social media channels like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter will never be associated with an individual user’s account and will never request for you to upload information, resumes or other documents to a personal or individual’s social media account. All legitimate job postings will always link directly to our careers page on where you can view the actual posted opening.

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 are suspicious of whether the authenticity of a communication you received regarding employment with Phillips 66, please contact us at

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