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Notice Regarding Fraudulent Employment Postings Using Waddell & Reed’s Identity

We have learned that fraudulent job postings using Waddell & Reed’s identity have improperly targeted people looking for a job. They have posted false job postings on various job boards and websites by duplicating existing Waddell & Reed job opportunities or by posting false job opportunities. They have contacted job seekers by email,  phone, LinkedIn, Facebook and other venues for an interview. They have also improperly requested personal information be provided and monetary payments be made in connection with false job offers. 

Please note that:

  • We only use email addresses that end with or to communicate with our applicants. Any communication about our company from different email addresses are likely fraudulent. 

  • Under no circumstance does Waddell & Reed ask for personal information outside of its approved communication channels.

  • We do not require any payment in connection with our application process.

To report a fraudulent employment posting, please contact us via email at

You may learn more about this fraudulent activity by reviewing the FBI’s Public Service Announcement.

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