We have recently learned that individuals claiming to be representatives of Proper Solutions Staffing are contacting job seekers on WhatsApp, LinkedIn, and via text. They have been offering fraudulent employment opportunities so they can get your personal information, such as bank account numbers and social security numbers.

Please be cautious when dealing with unsolicited job offers.

You can verify the authenticity of the recruiter and the job opportunity by contacting us directly before you provide any personal information. If you have any questions about the legitimacy of a communication from Proper Solutions Staffing, call us at 760-862-1818. You can also forward any suspect communication to info@propersolutions.biz.

Facts to Note:

  • All Proper Solutions Staffing authentic job postings link to our careers site. We do not recruit for positions outside the Coachella Valley/Palm Springs, CA area or for remote positions.
  • Proper Solutions Staffing will never ask applicants for payment as a condition of employment. We do not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview, meeting, traveling, processing, training, or any other fees).
  • Emails from Proper Solutions Staffing are sent by email addresses ending in @propersolutions.biz only.
  • Proper Solutions Staffing representatives will never conduct interviews or ask for personal information over text messages.

Next Steps

  • If you have experienced recruitment fraud, you can report it. Reporting can help protect others and help authorities investigate fraud. Here are some steps you can take to report recruitment fraud:
  • Contact the company directly: If you received a fraudulent job offer from a company that you believe is legitimate, contact them to report the incident.
  • Contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC): The FTC protects consumers from fraudulent practices, including recruitment fraud. You can file a complaint with the FTC by visiting their website.
  • Contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3): The IC3 is a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center. They investigate crimes committed over the internet, including recruitment fraud. You can file a complaint with the IC3 at ic3.gov.
  • Contact your local law enforcement: If you believe you have been a victim of fraud, you can contact your local law enforcement agency to file a report.
  • Protect Yourself from Identity Theft: Follow the suggestions on the Attorney General of California’s website to lower your risk of identity theft.