WARNING - Be Aware of Fraudulent Job Postings
May 5, 2017
Voxx Electronics Corporation ("Voxx") has recently been notified of numerous instances of
criminal and unscrupulous activity by individuals wrongfully posing as Voxx Human Resources
representatives whom Voxx suspects are attempting to steal your personally identifiable and
highly sensitive financial information. These bogus offers of employment are SCAMS
perpetrated by individuals attempting to steal your identity. In particular, individuals posing as
Voxx HR personnel are offering work-at-home employment with Voxx through online social
media platforms including Google Hangouts™ and are seeking personal banking and other
highly sensitive and confidential personal information. PLEASE DO NOT provide anyone with
personal information and avoid responding in any fashion to these bogus offers of employment.
If you have provided any personal information in response to these scams, you should contact
your local police IMMEDIATELY.
Please know that Voxx takes this matter seriously and will endeavor to work with the appropriate
authorities to address this issue.
Please also note that Voxx (including its parent company, subsidiaries and affiliates) does NOT
conduct online interviews and does NOT hire anyone without first going through a thorough
interview process including in-person interviews. Voxx also does NOT generally offer
work-at-home employment. Certainly Voxx would NEVER request any job candidate to submit any
personal information through social media platforms including Google Hangouts.
Protect Your Identity
Voxx's identity is also being used fraudulently and misappropriated through this wrongful
conduct. While Voxx finds this conduct egregious and reprehensible, it cannot accept
responsibility and has no control over efforts to prosecute those behind these scams. While
Voxx sympathizes with potential victims of these scams, it is solely your responsibility to protect
Please see the following links for your information concerning protecting yourself from and
responding to potential incidents of identity theft.
Federal Trade Commission:
Federal Bureau of Investigation - Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3):