Most Recently Reported Job Scams Targeting Students

Handshake alerted our team of a fraudulent employer in HireUTexas powered by Handshake: G&G Healthcare, P.C.; posting: Accounting/Finance Intern. Upon receipt of the report this morning, our employer engagement team immediately implemented our Fraudulent Activity Response protocol (FAR). The employer/contact is now declined in HireUTexas powered by Handshake and no longer has access. Although thousands of great opportunities are vetted and shared in the system, we regret that this happened and continually work to update and enhance our vetting processes and resources.

Additionally, this incident has been reported to UT IT Security, and directly communicated to the students and to their respective career services offices. Please review the tips below to share accordingly as we take our role seriously in keeping students informed and educated on ways to protect themselves and their information.

03-24-2021 Incident Report/Details from Handshake:

  • A job that your student(s) applied for has been removed by our Trust and Safety Team
  • Reported Incident: Schools have reported their students receiving fraudulent checks
  • Job Title: Accounting/Finance Intern
  • User: Vivian Arthurman
  • Company Name: G&G Healthcare, P.C.

This is currently all the information we have at this time and will continue to keep you updated if we receive more details.

Tips from Information Security Office

Steps to Take if You Are a Victim of a Scam (per our Scam Job Posting Guide)

  • Identify the situation. Did you give out any personal information? If so, target the areas that you think may be compromised and work with banks, your credit card company, or other entities to ensure best safety measures. This may include closing bank or email accounts that were jeopardized or ordering credit reports to scan for any unusual activity.
  • Document everything! This will help the University or law enforcement better assist you and ensure that others may be warned in the future.
  • Campus resources available to you:

Disclaimer: Texas Career Engagement and The University of Texas at Austin’s college/school career service offices take measures to help protect students from fraudulent internship/job postings on campus job boards. While our moderators vet all positions and employers as best we can, we cannot take responsibility for each position. This information is to help educate students to further protect themselves when searching for employment.

Recent reports: