Fraudulent Recruiting Notice

Kapor Capital is aware of individuals attempting to perpetrate scams by falsely representing themselves as Kapor Capital recruiters. In some instances, the person may ask candidates to pay a fee to submit an application, pay for equipment, or share bank account information in order to receive a gift.

Kapor Capital will not solicit any payment during the job application process. Kapor Capital will not ask for personal information during the interview process such as passport number, bank account number, or social security number. Kapor Capital will not ask you to receive and ship packages or goods. Our recruitment process takes place by phone, via Zoom, or in person. Emails related to Kapor Capital recruiting efforts will come from: @kaporcenter.org or @kaporcapital.com email addresses.

We strongly encourage everyone to exercise caution. If your recruitment interactions feel suspicious, we urge you to suspend or cease communications. If you are unsure of the legitimacy of a communication you have received, please reach out to peopleops@kaporcenter.org.

To learn more about protecting yourself from financial fraud, please refer to this article. If you believe you were a scam victim, you may contact your local authorities. You also have the option to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Kapor Center is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, or expenses resulting from scammers.