Recruitment Fraud Warning

It has come to our attention that fraudsters are misusing our reputation and identity for illegal purposes. A common method of identity theft is the posting of fake job opportunities.

These are posted by scammers to steal sensitive personal information or money. They pretend to represent Bertling and may use our brand, logo, and employee contact information to create the impression that the job is legitimate. These individuals have no official connection to Bertling and are not authorized to represent us.

Bertling recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of our customers and employees. For this reason, we would like to advise all applicants to be cautious when receiving job offers from us or other companies.

Warning Signs

There are several signs to look for to identify a scam:

Recruitment fraud and scam
  • Spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors
  • Requests for irrelevant personal information, such as your passport number, bank account information, or social security number.
  • Requests for payment, such as "visa fees," taxes, or internship fees
  • Use of a free email account instead of a business email address
  • If questions you ask can't be answered or answers seem very vague
  • Fake URLs: If the URL starts with http://, it's not secure. Only https:// sites are safe.
  • Immediate offer of employment without an interview. At Bertling, we always interview potential candidates, either by phone, team calls, or in person.

If you find yourself in one of these situations, we strongly recommend that you don't respond, don't click on any links, and don't provide any personal information. If you're not sure whether a message is from Bertling, please contact or the contact person listed on the job posting.

If you're interested in working for Bertling, we look forward to receiving your resume. Please continue to explore our global job opportunities that we post on our website.


vacancies       values & code of conduct      contact us