Job Search Safety

Job seekers need to be vigilant and aware of recruitment fraud during their job search due to the increasing prevalence of scams and fraudulent activities. Falling victim to recruitment fraud can result in financial loss, identity theft, and potential legal issues. By staying informed and practicing caution, job seekers can protect themselves from these deceptive practices and ensure a safe and legitimate job search experience.

Please be aware that Expion Health does not collect any financial commitment or sensitive personal information from candidates as a pre-employment requirement.


  • Expion Health does not ask for any fee or financial commitment from a candidate at any stage of the recruitment process.
  • Expion Health does not send communication to candidates through text message or other messaging platform.
  • Expion Health will never ask you to download an app or software to apply for a job or obtain an interview. We do use well known, professional video conferencing platforms to conduct interviews.
  • Fraudulent job offers often ask for financial or personal information early in the process. The Expion Health recruitment team does not request for sensitive personal information like bank account details, tax forms or credit card information as part of the recruitment process.
  • Be wary of unsolicited communications from an individual or websites with which you are unfamiliar, or whose domain name is inconsistent with the actual business.
  • Be wary of correspondence from free e-mail accounts like Yahoo, Hotmail or Gmail. Our recruiters may initiate communication with candidates via LinkedIn, however, employees will not solicit candidates through a non-Expion Health e-mail address.
  • Be wary of communications that do not include information about a specific job opening (or the job description is vague) and/or extends a job offer without an interview.

If you are in doubt or unsure about the source of a job offer, please visit our Careers page to verify the job opening. You can report suspicious activity to us on our Contact page (subject: Careers). If you believe you have been a victim of a recruitment fraud, please approach the law enforcement agencies immediately which may include your police department, your attorney general, the FBI, and the FTC.

Expion Health bears no responsibility for the actions of either the fraudsters or the victims, and any loss/injury arising therefrom. The public in general is advised to follow the above guidelines to avoid being lured into such incidents.