We are disheartened to be alerting our Job Seeker community that scammers are using our name or a version of our name to impersonate our staff by falsely offering jobs in an illegal attempt to collect personal information from job seekers. These scammers have created fake but realistic-looking job postings, websites, emails, text messages and are making direct telephone calls. These scams seem to be specific to Craigslist job postings in the NY Metro area and may appear professional and legitimate. However, they are not legitimate or affiliated with Atrium in any way. Our email addresses will ALWAYS end with our domain names (, or

Messages sent by Atrium and our recruiters are not part of this scam. Prospective applicants should pay close attention to the email domain on any email outreach, as scammers will try to use addresses that closely resemble official domains. If you are concerned about the legitimacy of a message or call you received, please contact Atrium or your recruiter directly. 

Helpful Resources:  The U.S. Federal Trade Commission provides consumers with free tips and information on how to avoid being scammed online and what to do if you feel you have been scammed.  For further information, please visit the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s job scams advice webpage.  If you have been scammed online, you may report the crime through the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center’s website ( or the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s website (

We’re here to help! If you ever have any questions regarding the authenticity of any communication sent purportedly by or on behalf of Atrium or members of our recruiting team, please contact us.

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