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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 these instances, fraudsters 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. If you believe you have received fraudulent communications such as this, you are encouraged to report it to the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP (or 1-877-382-4357).

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