Beware of Fraudulent Activities

It has come to our notice that some unscrupulous individuals have been resorting to certain fraudulent activities, such as providing offers of jobs, sending fake letters of recruitment and other communications impersonating as ThirdEye Data and/or ThirdEye Data’s authorized representatives and seeking money from job aspirants. These fraudsters impersonate ThirdEye Data’s employees and use the company name/logo, brand names and images illegally, without authorization, and try to extract money as security deposit, documentation processing fees, application fees, recruiting agency commission or training fees. ThirdEye Data is working on taking strong legal action to stop these fraudsters, but such miscreants are still continuing to operate and defraud the general public. Therefore, it is important to stay informed and aware about such fraudulent activities.

ThirdEye Data is a leading provider of Data and AI solutions. The company has a zero-tolerance policy for fraud, and it is committed to protecting its employees, customers and partners from fraudulent activities.

Please note that ThirdEye Data never asks job aspirants to pay any amount of money in any form while recruiting.

Description of fraudulent activities

In recent months, there have been reports of fraudulent activities being carried out using the name of ThirdEye Data. These activities include:

  • Offering random bonuses to unknown people
  • Asking job aspirants to pay money in order to be considered for a job
  • Using unofficial recruitment channels to solicit job applications

How to spot and avoid fraudulent activities

Here are some tips on how to spot and avoid fraudulent activities:

  • Be wary of unsolicited emails or messages that claim to be from ThirdEye Data.
  • Do not click on links in emails or messages from unofficial senders (not using our official communication domain; i.e:
  • Do not provide personal information to anyone you do not know and trust. We never ask for personal information like bank account numbers or account passwords.
  • If you are unsure about the authenticity of an offer or communication, contact ThirdEye Data directly before taking any action.

Contact information for ThirdEye Data

If you believe that you have been a victim of fraud, please contact ThirdEye Data immediately. The company’s contact information can be found on its website –


ThirdEye Data is committed to protecting its employees, customers and partners from fraudulent activities. By following the tips outlined in this post, you can help to protect yourself from becoming a victim of fraud.

Be Safe, Be Aware!