Important Fraud Alert



Dear Concept Art House Community,


We've recently been notified of scammers posing as our company in an extensive phishing attack to fraud victims. Don't be a scam victim! These scammers are posting under the email "careers@conceptarthouse.us" and go by the names David Tyler and also Michael Smith. While the offer and/or e-mails may look authentic by including a company logo taken from our official website and adding convincing documents using information also available online, these e-mails have no connection with Concept Art House, Inc or its affiliates.


Please be aware that these job offers made are not a valid offer on behalf of Concept Art House, Inc., unfortunately the offer was spam. Below are examples used in the phishing attempt.


EXAMPLES OF PHISHING ATTACKS FROM CONCEPTARTHOUSE.US



What can real job candidates expect from Concept Art House, Inc.?

Any genuine offer will always be preceded by a formal application and professional selection process including face-to-face interviews, background checks, and employment reference checks.


  • Concept Art House, Inc. will not ask for credit card or bank information details during the hiring process.

  • Concept Art House, Inc. will never ask for money or other forms of monetary compensation from applicants.

  • Concept Art House, Inc. will never issue a job offer for a position, which is not listed on our official corporate website: https://www.conceptarthouse.com/.

  • Concept Art House, Inc. will only extend a job offer after a formal interview process with members of the Concept Art House team.

  • Concept Art House, Inc. does not conduct formal interviews using the Wire Messaging platform.

  • Any correspondence with a formal job offer will come from an email address listed @conceptarthouse.com email domain.


What should an individual do after receiving a fake job offer via e-mail?

  • Treat the e-mail with caution. Do not reply and do not call the contact number.

  • Do not send any money and never surrender personal information such as passport, government ID, or bank details etc.

  • Never open any attachments. If you did open any attachments, immediately do a scan on your laptop for virus/malware and change your passwords.

  • Report the email/website to the abuse department of the domain used by the scammer (e.g. Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, etc.).

  • Consider reporting to your local police.

  • Consider reporting the crime to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). You may file a complaint with the IC3 if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim.

  • Protect yourself by learning more about cyber threats on the FBI website.

If possible, we ask that you please forward as an attachment, the fake job offer e-mail and any websites to us at fraud@conceptarthouse.com with the title 'Job Offer Scam' for further investigation by Concept Art House, Inc.


Thank you,

Concept Art House Team




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