THE HEALTH PALS COMPANY’S COMMITMENT TO PRIVACY
It has been brought to our attention that there have been instances of fraudulent job offers that appear to come from The Health Pals Company, LLC (DBA Health Pals, Pill Pals, Care Pals, Vet Pals etc). These fraudulent employment opportunities are offered to applicants and are accompanied by requests for sensitive personal and financial information including, but not limited to, requests for payment for equipment as a condition of employment. Health Pals does not require or collect money, credit card or bank account information from applicants or candidates as a condition of employment.
WHAT IS RECRUITMENT FRAUD?
Recruitment fraud is a sophisticated scam offering fake job opportunities to job seekers. Scammers post fraudulent job postings in an effort to trick applicants into providing personal information or money. These scammers may use unauthorized information to imitate legitimate businesses in an effort to appear credible to a job seeker (such as unauthorized use of a company name or logo). Scammers may even use the identity of actual company employees in order to appear credible to the job seeker.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
- Although Health Pals does send texts and emails, Health Pals does not conduct interviews via text or email.
- Health Pals does not require any financial commitment from candidates as a pre-employment requirement.
- Health Pals will never ask you for money or credit card information in connection with an application, interview or in consideration for a position.
- Health Pals will never request your bank account information for payroll purposes until after you have been hired, signed all new hire documents and have met in-person or via video conference with Health Pals personnel.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO
- Before entering any personally identifiable information (PII) online (such as social security number, date of birth), make sure the website is secured by looking at the address bar. The address should begin with https://_
- Stay vigilant. Report fraudulent job postings to the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) at IC3.gov
- If you have any questions or need to report a potential concern, please contact our recruiting team at [email protected]
- To learn more, see the FBI Public Service Announcement warning job seekers of scammers (Alert Number I-020122-PSA) https://www.ic3.gov/Media/Y2022/PSA220201