Attention Job Seekers, be aware of scams and fraud. Job scams are on the rise, and you should take steps to protect yourself in your job search.
Here are some guidelines to help you stay safe if you are applying for a job with Latch or Door:
Communications from Latch or Door will always come from @latch.com or @door.com. Do not accept a job interview invitation with Latch or Door from anyone who does not contact you through an email that comes from @latch.com or @door.com.
Latch never interviews candidates via Skype or in writing where you do not see the interviewer. All of our interviews happen either by video or in person.
We will never offer you a job based on a single conversation with someone claiming to be from our People organization. In all of our job interviews, you will always speak, by video or in person, with the hiring manager for the position.
Do not share your sensitive personal information with anyone who purports to offer you a job at Latch or Door unless you verified that the offer is from Latch or Door (check email senders addresses). We will never ask you for your bank account information or your mother’s maiden name during the interview process.
We will never ask you to purchase any equipment with a promise that we will reimburse you after you begin working for us.
If you believe you were a victim of a job scam, you may report it to the FBI: https://www.ic3.gov/
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