Guarding Against Recruitment Scams

As you embark on your journey to find the perfect role at Raymond James, we want to equip you with essential knowledge to safeguard against recruitment scams. Unfortunately, deceitful individuals sometimes exploit job seekers by impersonating reputable organizations or business leaders.

Be sure to explore opportunities on our official channels and remain vigilant. Scammers may reach out via email, phone, or social media, posing as representatives from Raymond James Financial.

Recognize Warning Signs
  • Unsolicited communications from unfamiliar sources.
  • Correspondence from free email accounts (e.g., Gmail, AOL, Yahoo).
  • Job offers without a formal interview.
  • Deals that seem too good to be true.
  • Requests for payment during the hiring process.
Our Practices
  • Authentic communication from our team will always come from an official Raymond James email address, which is sent from
  • We do not conduct interviews via video chat rooms (e.g., Google Hangouts).
  • Any payments made by Raymond James will originate from our verified accounts.
Protect Your Personal Information
  • Refrain from sharing sensitive details (e.g., your address, Social Security numbers, bank account information) during initial interactions.