Morgan Sindall Group and all the companies within it have rigorous systems in place to minimise fraud. But there remains a risk that others may abuse our brand and corporate identity in order to commit fraud or other criminal activities.
Attempts to defraud our suppliers and subcontractors might take the form of a website or an email address which may appear to be affiliated to the Morgan Sindall Group or one of the companies within the Group while actually having been created solely for the purpose of committing fraud.
While we do everything within our power to prevent this we would ask the members of our supply chain family and those we work alongside to remain vigilant to this risk. Notify us immediately if you receive an email from a suspicious address, or are directed to a website that does not comply with the guidance below.
Stay alert to fraud:
- Check that there are no typos or grammatical errors in the name of the website or email address, or in the body of any email you receive;
- Ensure that any communication directs you solely back to legitimate Morgan Sindall Group websites;
- Do not act on an email asking you to make any changes to payment terms, methods or amounts. Morgan Sindall Group companies will not ask you to make any such changes by email;
- If you are in any doubt, please check before making any payment or settling any invoice by calling your Account Manager on the phone;
- If you suspect you have been the victim of fraud, please contact the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud, Action Fraud, as well as your contact at the relevant Morgan Sindall Group company.
Recruitment fraud - be aware of fake job offers
We would never make a job offer based on a CV or email interview alone, nor would we expect you to part with any money for visas, or fees to recruitment agencies.