Digital Fraud

CGG has received enquiries from the public regarding clarification on attempts at digital (online, mobile, etc.) fraud where the CGG name and/or identity has been used deceptively and/or illegally.

To generate awareness and help with the avoidance of being misled by online fraud, CGG advises that in communications with the general public, it never does any of the following:

  • Sends emails from any source other than from an email address with the domain of,
  • Requests money for any of its processes, including for recruitment,
  • Requests personal information such as passport and bank account details from someone that you cannot verify as a CGG employee.

Don’t be misled by fraudulent communications and watch for these above warning signs. Please do not respond to unsolicited business opportunities and/or job offers, or share sensitive information with any source that you cannot verify as an official CGG address, email or telephone number.
While we sympathize with anyone that has become a victim of fraud, CGG, and its affiliates cannot accept any responsibility.

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