There are fraudulent e-mails and fake campaigns circulating on the internet and mobile phones from people pretending to represent Nestlé.
Some Facebook posts, emails and/or texts (SMS) claim that you have won a competition, or will receive a special prize. Others encourage you to apply for non-existent jobs at Nestlé. In other cases, fraudsters provide actual job contracts with false signatures from members of our executive board or senior leadership teams. In return the requestor asks you to provide your personal details, and in some cases, money. We are also aware of fake or compromised LinkedIn profiles, created for the same purpose.
These are hoaxes. Please ignore any request to send your personal details. We would never operate in this way.
If you have received or are aware of this type of communication and have concerns, please report it to us via [email protected]
January 2020 - Fake Nestlé Waters Factory jobs advertised (New Zealand)We are aware of fraudulent job notices and phishing/scam emails which claim to be sent from Nestlé New Zealand. These advertisements and emails are designed to look genuine, including using our address and the Nestlé logo.
If you receive an email regarding a role with Nestlé New Zealand, please be aware that:
• We never require applicants to pay to apply for a job, or require payment to commence work with Nestlé.
• Applicants for any role in Nestlé New Zealand must have legal rights to work in New Zealand.
• We will never direct you to a third party to pay a fee to process a visa to come to New Zealand.
Some advertisements or emails request the recipient to email CV's to a non-Nestlé email address which require the recipient to provide personal information and in some instances recipients are directed to send their passport and other documentation to a third party to process a visa to come to New Zealand and to pay a visa processing fee.
These job notices and emails are not genuine.
If you receive any suspicious emails purporting to come from Nestlé Australia or New Zealand, please forward it as an attachment to your email to [email protected]
To find out more information about scams in New Zealand and how to protect yourself please visit: