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Fake job postings

We have received reports that third parties and entities make fake job offers on behalf of Eni. We urge you to report these incidents.

These attempts at fraud involve false job opportunities advertised by unauthorised individuals or entities who ask the candidate for money, personal or banking data on behalf of Eni.

Recently there have also been cases of so-called "money muling", where the false job offers accompanied by the offer of money credited to the candidate's bank account for the alleged purchase of work tools and paid into bank accounts and apps reported by the scammers.

Eni does not ask for money or bank transfers in exchange for work

Eni and its subsidiaries seek and recruit their resources exclusively through specific procedures, selecting and hiring candidates based on merit, skills and professionalism. They would never ask for money or bank transfers. If you are looking for job opportunities at Eni, please refer to the website in the Career section and be wary of otherrequests.

Report fraud to the competent authorities

If you are contacted by unauthorised individuals or entities who claim to work on behalf of Eni to disclose your personal or financial information or to pay sums of money, consider it a fraud and contact the competent authorities immediately so that they can proceed with the necessary investigations.

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