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CVS Health has discovered a fraudulent email campaign targeting prospective job candidates who have posted on public Internet job boards. In some instances, fraudsters are posing as members of the CVS recruiting department have requested birth certificates or other personal information from candidates. Fraudsters may also try to initiate a Google Hangout session under the guise of being from CVS Health. CVS Health will never ask job candidates to join a Google Hangout and will never ask you to email any personal information.

Update July 2017:

CVS Health has discovered fraudulent job posting activity on certain third party internet job boards for positions in CVS and affiliate companies such as Omnicare, that do not exist. The scam works through the posting of general health care industry jobs for an unidentified company or through fake company specific job postings. Individuals submitting resumes for these scam jobs may receive emails from someone falsely claiming to represent CVS or Omnicare. The scammer may try to solicit money or personal information as the next step in the job application process and may also request participation in an online interview. Please be aware that CVS Health will never solicit money for job applications, nor ask candidates to email or submit any personal information over unsecure channels, nor conduct interviews via a social media or other third-party online forum. Official communications from CVS Health are not sent from third party email service providers such as Yahoo and Gmail.

If you believe you have received fraudulent communications related to this job scam, you are encouraged to report it to the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP (or 1-877-382-4357). More detailed information regarding reporting and recovering from identity theft can be found at https://www.identitytheft.gov/.

To verify the legitimacy of an available position at CVS Health, including Omnicare, you can search for legitimate job openings at jobs.cvshealth.com.

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