Beware of #twiceasnice Imitators
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Be Careful Out There


As #twiceasnice has grown, so has the number of scams directed toward candidates imitating our recruiting efforts. So alarming has the uptick been, we wanted to take the time to share:

    • We do not reach out about ‘general opportunities’ – we reach out about one role at a time and will immediately share a job description if you have interest, before any other information needs to be shared by you
    • Our process does not include asking you for information outside what would be on a resume, especially before getting on the phone for a scheduled interview
    • While we often can not reveal the identity of our client early on in the process, we can share specifics around the role, location, industry, salary before an interview and you will always get to speak with the client in later interviews
    • We never ask for tax, banking, or other details that are needed to process payments


If you have any concerns, doubts, or questions regarding outreach from what appears to be by #twiceasnice, you can use Livechat on this site or contact us. If the outreach is genuine, waiting to hear back from us to confirm it is legit will not set you back in consideration for an opportunity. When in doubt, play it safe.

To the right: Is an image of an example scam message sent in 2024 that goes as far as using the name of one of our team members. The person who received this message reached out to find out if it was genuine and quickly learned it was a ‘fake.’

Example Fake / Scam Message

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