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Interpipe reports a Hiring Scam

Our Company has revealed several attempts of a Hiring Scam.

A person named Darrell Pruitt, who is unknown to our company and has no relevance to it, proposes to apply for a work-from-home job position on behalf of Interpipe. If the addressee of the proposal takes an interest in the job, the fake HR Manager asks to hold an online interview with the applicant and then requires a payment to set up a mini-office at home.
Interpipe does not hire for remote jobs and never asks or requires any form of payment during the hiring process. The company logo is owned only by Interpipe and its use for any purposes by the third party is illegal.

We appeal to be vigilant and please contact Interpipe representatives if you detect any similar attempts of fraud.

About Interpipe:
Interpipe is global producer of steel pipes and railway wheels, based in Ukraine. The company’s products are marketed in more than 80 countries around the world through a network of sales offices located in key markets of Ukraine, the CIS, the Middle East, North America, and Europe. In 2017 Interpipe supplied 767,000 tons of pipe and wheel products. The company’s workforce makes up 12,000 employees.

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