Please be aware of scams involving fake job opportunities with AimMax Therapeutics, Inc. (“AimMax”).
AimMax is aware that individuals unaffiliated with us have claimed to be recruiting on our behalf by posting a remote data entry job and conducting job interviews on the Ring Central app or any other media platform. These scams Involve a fake email address and potentially solicit personal information or money from potential job applicants.
If you have received a communication in any medium from any individual or entity purporting to represent AimMax in employment- related (or any other) matters, or if you suspect for any reason that your communication with a purported representative of AimMax may be a scam, please:
(1) stop all such communications immediately and refrain from disclosing any personal information about yourself or anyone else; and
(2) contact email@example.com so we can help determine if the communication is authentic.
AimMax takes recruitment fraud very seriously and wants to help you avoid being victimized by recruitment fraud. AimMax bears no responsibility for fraudulent acts taken in its name.
Please be very cautious in sharing any personal information online.
Be wary if there is a request to interview through the Ring Central app
or another messaging platform.
Do not send money and do not accept or deposit any funds from the
If something seems off, please stop and contact AimMax directly
before taking any further action.
What else you can do
If you believe you have been the victim of job recruiting fraud, you can
take the following steps:
File a fraud report with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The website IdentityTheft.gov goes through the steps to report and includes resources for victims of identity theft.
Report the activity to the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.
Report the incident to your local police