Fraud Warning

Protect yourself from job scam

It has come to our notice that certain individuals falsely claiming to be from Technicolor are contacting candidates with fake job offers and seek personal information. They may also demand money (as a deposit, service charge or security) from potential candidates.

Beware of hiring frauds. Do not provide your personal information or documents if you are unsure of the authenticity of a communication.


What to do after you have been contacted by someone pretending to be a Technicolor’s authorized representative?

Technicolor does not ask job applicants to pay money.

All Technicolor opportunities are published on the page, LinkedIn page or partner websites (Naukri and Indeed). If you are contacted and wish to verify the authenticity of a Technicolor job opportunity, please check that the vacancy is listed on and apply directly through this page.

Please report any suspicious e-mail to along with a complete header of the e-mail, your full name and retaining subject of the fraudulent e-mail.

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