Recruitment Scam Advisory

We have seen a recent rise in recruitment scams and wanted to share some info to help you protect yourself during your job search with Activision Blizzard.
The most prevalent scam involves unauthorized third parties claiming to be Activision Blizzard representatives targeting prospective candidates with fake job opportunities and offers to solicit money or obtain personal or financial information. These fraudulent solicitations typically come via personal email or various third-party sites such as LinkedIn or messaging apps such as Telegram.

Please be careful and keep the following in mind with our recruitment process:

  1. Activision Blizzard recruiters will never ask you for money or to provide financial information during our recruiting process. Scammers often request money transfers for Visa processing fees or travel expenses, as well as personal information including passport info, social security numbers, credit card or bank account information.

  1. Activision Blizzard recruiters will never use personal email (including @gmail) accounts when contacting candidates. We also do NOT interview or screen candidates over messenger or text-based chat.

  2. All Activision Blizzard communication and employment offers will only come from an official email address using one of the following domain names:

Please ensure you verify all communication before sending any sensitive information. If you receive any suspicious messages, they should be ignored and reported.