Cox Energy Fraud Awareness Guidelines
Pursuant to its core values of transparency and responsibility, Cox Energy seeks to combat online fraud.
The uploading of non-official websites and the sending of fraudulent emails that by leveraging on the company’s logos and typographic designs offer goods or services, request monetary payments, or propose deceitful job offers, constitute an example of the type of activities that seek to deceive the user in order to obtain economic benefit or access to sensitive information.
Should you believe you may have received fraudulent emails or text messages or found a website or social media account that attempts to pass as Cox Energy, we urge you to inform us as soon as possible, so we may act swiftly to validate the accuracy of the information received.
Please Report any suspicious activity to our mailbox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a rule of thumb, should you receive a communication from Cox Energy whose content is suspicious, we suggest, among others, the following safety recommendations:
If you have any doubt regarding the validity of a website using the Cox Energy brand, always access the Cox Energy website through our global corporate site.
Job vacancies and recruitment process
At Cox Energy, we do not ask for a fee in order to qualify for a job offer from our Company, neither to conduct background investigation or any other services.
Likewise, recruiters working on our behalf do not charge applicants for their services.
We encourage you to search for job offers and open positions at Cox Energy by visiting the Vacancies section on our corporate website.
In the event of fraud, in which any third-party uses the name or mark of Cox Energy or any of its suppliers/customers, the Company shall not be liable for any damages to third parties.