Repsol has been informed of the circulation of false job offers using our name and brand. These offers make use of fake websites or email addresses in which our brand is unlawfully replicated. These emails appear to be signed by Repsol employees, providing erroneous information about Repsol’s recruitment process, both in and outside Spain, with the aim of appearing as a genuine job offer.
The fraud is carried out by sending a letter of employment, indicating the terms of recruitment, which is sent to industry professionals of diverse nationalities. Those terms require the candidate to pay a certain sum of money in order to cover the costs of visa, residence permit, work permit, insurance, etc.
Repsol never requests any payment from candidates to enter our selection processes, nor for hiring or expatriation procedures. For this reason we would like to warn potential recipients of these emails to ignore any payment request and report this activity to the competent authorities. Repsol is also taking legal action against this fraud.
However, if you have any queries, please contact the recruiting department by sending an email to email@example.com.
If you would like to form part of our team, please visit Repsol's careers site.
Last updated: 17 March 2014