We do not sell our users’ personally identifiable information to anyone for any reason if the user has indicated a desire for us to keep the information private. When posting jobs and resumes, our users decide for themselves how much contact information they wish to display (we enable private communication for those who choose to hide this information).
Some important tips to use when dealing with prospective employers:
· Never give out your social security number to a prospective employer.
· Never provide credit card or bank numbers or engage in a monetary transaction of any sort.
· Be cautious when dealing with contacts outside of your own country.
· Do not provide any non-work related personal information (i.e. social security number, eye color, marital status, etc.) over the phone or online.
Applying for a job without using the site
We know that our job seekers have varying levels of comfort when it comes to sending their resume via the Internet. You never need to provide personally identifiable data to search for jobs on our site. If you would prefer to apply for a job via email or by mail, you may do so.
Send resume and job listing information to: [email protected]
Send resume and job listing information to the following address:
8777 Purdue Road Suite 330
Indianapolis, IN 46268
How To Spot Fraud
Unfortunately, email and online fraud are continuing concerns for virtually all businesses that operate on the Internet. Please be aware that, from time to time, fraudulent emails are phishing for your information. If you receive an email or pop-up window requesting that you provide your personal information, check the link by hovering your mouse over it. If the link appears different than the link printed in the email, do not respond. Tx:Team will not be requesting personal information via email.
Tx:Team will not request that you log in, download software, or provide personal information. If you ever receive a request for this type of sensitive information, please do not respond and immediately contact [email protected]
If you think you have been a victim of fraud, immediately report the situation to your local police and contact us at [email protected]
Updates to Privacy
– See more at: http://www.txteam.com/privacy/#sthash.mVo2OM3K.dpuf