Job Scam Statement

June, 2024

It has come to our attention that there have been some bad actors using our company name to solicit personal information as part of a fraudulent hiring scam.

Unfortunately, this is out of our control, but we want to make it clear that this behavior is unacceptable.

One such bad actor is identifying themselves as “Joseph Harry” and is using the email While we can’t be sure that this is the only scam operating, if you are contacted by this person, please do not respond to them. They do not work for Passthrough nor are they a third-party recruiter that Passthrough has engaged.

All of our open roles are posted at Should you apply for a role and be contacted by an employee of Passthrough, all of our interviews will be scheduled by someone with an email address and conducted over video call or in-person. We never ask you to provide personal information through other means, such as Telegram or social media platforms, as part of our interview or onboarding process.

Passthrough does not and will not ask you to share any personally identifiable information (such as bank account details, SSN, etc) by any other means than a secure platform. We recommend you do not share any sensitive information over the phone or email. Fraudulent hiring scams often also ask for financial information and may ask for “advances.” Passthrough does not ask for any financial commitment at any stage of the recruitment process.

We have reported and flagged these job scams when we’ve seen them. We also encourage you to contact your state attorney general’s office to report any potential scams and also recommend you contact any recruiting website and/or social media platform that may have been involved as well to notify them.

Passthrough has no responsibility for fraudulent offers and advises job candidates to follow the guidance provided.