Fraud Alert

Attention Infosys job aspirants and applicants:

In a rapidly changing environment, our reputation remains our greatest business asset. We have built our reputation on the bedrock of nurturing values and ethics where integrity towards all stakeholders, both internal and external is of utmost importance. We are committed to living up to our values and hence there is no compromise made on the quality of talent we employ.

Please note that there are fake job offers being made in the name of Infosys. Candidates who have posted their resumes on certain job portals and websites have been offered employment with us on the condition that they make a payment to specified bank accounts.

Infosys does not take payment from candidates for employment purposes and will not be liable for any kind of loss or damage incurred as a result of dealing with such entities.

If you receive any suspicious or fraudulent offers, email us at with 'Fraud' in the subject line.

How to identify hoax email job offers:

  • The emails come from a free, public domain email account (such as or and not a company email id such as
  • They request a cash deposit in a bank account or payment in some form
  • They ask for personal details such as bank account, credit card number, personal address, social security / PAN number
  • If the email begins with ‘Dear Sir’ or ‘Dear User’, the sender of the email does not know you by name. A legitimate source will address you with a proper salutation, which contains your last name
  • Another way to identify fraudulent job offers is when you spot several grammatical errors in the email text. This would not usually happen in an email from a legitimate company

All enquiries, requests, and questions regarding the authenticity and validity of job offers or interview confirmation mails being received by you, or by any external source, must be addressed to the above mentioned e-mail address. Infosys issues this declaration on behalf of its affiliates and successors to ensure that individuals will refrain from being lured into accepting such fake offer letters and / or make any payments to fraudulent entities or individuals.