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Attention Tech Mahindra Job Aspirants & Applicants
There have been an increasing number of ‘fake job’ reports wherein fraudsters have
reached out to unsuspecting job aspirants and made fake job offers in
the name of Tech Mahindra Ltd. This is an instance of identity theft
& ‘reputation damage’.
We would like to state that Tech Mahindra does not resort to such means of recruitment.
Any job offer made in the name of Tech Mahindra on the condition that
the candidates make a payment to a specified bank account or in cash
should be construed as a ‘Fake Offer’. Tech Mahindra Ltd will not be liable for
any kind of loss incurred or damage suffered as a result of individuals
dealing with such corrupt entities.
Tech Mahindra is committed to high ethical standards of operation. We have a zero
tolerance policy to any issues that misrepresent our value systems or
cause damage to our reputation. Please note that Tech Mahindra does not charge
any fee or collect any deposit from candidates for any jobs and our hiring is purely
based on principles of meritocracy and relevance.
We urge all candidates who are approached by third parties demanding cash
payments for jobs at Tech Mahindra to immediately report the matter to us at
or to the local law enforcement authorities.
Special features of the system generated Offer Letters:
All TechMahindra system generated IT offer letters are digitally signed
to authenticate the identity of the sender and to ensure that the original content
of the message or document is unchanged.
TechMahindra offer letters have an incorporated QR code which directs the
Job Applicant to the Tech Mahindra career website.
The Job Applicant can follow the below steps-
- Job Applicant should have a QR-code app and a smartphone or tablet equipped with
When the app has recognized the QR code, it will direct the Job Applicant to the
Enter the Captcha code for first level verification.
On successful verification of the Captcha code QR app displays the information of
the offered candidate such as Candidate applicant ID, Name and Email ID.
Note: Sometimes the Offer Letter may not have the Digital Signature or QR
code due to some technical issues. For any further clarity communicate at RMGOfferVerification@TechMahindra.com
If you receive any suspicious or fraudulent offers, connect with us CORPORATEOMBUDSMAN@techmahindra.com
with full details and “FAKE HIRING” written in the subject line.
- If the email/Offer Letter originates from a public or free domain and not from the
authorized techmahindra.com domain, it is fake.
- We do not ask prospective job applicants to deposit cash in any form in any bank
- We do not ask for money in exchange for guaranteed employment, there is no charge
for any training purposes.
- If the contact person asks for personal details such as bank account, credit card
number etc. do not trust and share the details.
- If the email/ Offer Letter begins with "Dear Sir" or "Dear User", the sender of
the email does not know you by name. A legitimate source will address you with a
proper salutation, which contains your last name.
- If the email/ Offer Letter contains several grammatical errors in the text. This
would usually not happen in an email from a legitimate company.
- For campus hiring, in case of doubt, please contact your Placement Officer who can
provide email id of campus recruiters with whom you can get in touch to verify.
- If the interviewing panel does not have a Tech Mahindra ID Card, do not trust.
- Do not trust the calls from telephone numbers or just the mail ID of the company
because these can be generated by unethical means.