Protect Yourself From Online Scams
Zachary Piper Solutions (ZPS) and its affiliates, Piper Companies and ZP Group, want you to be aware of fraudulent conduct that can affect you when searching for employment.
We have seen a marked increase in the number of impersonators and fake job posting across major social media outlets to include Facebook (Meta), LinkedIn, and similar services. These impersonators claim to represent legitimate companies but the jobs they offer do not exist. They are not employees or agents of the companies they claim to represent.
ZPS email address information:
A verified email address of a ZPS employee will have one of three following domains:
- These domains will always be found after the “@” symbol, such as “email@example.com” or “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
- The only email extension we use is “.com”.
- Never would we contact you from an email address with the company name before the “@” symbol.
Do not provide financial/personal data:
Zachary Piper Solutions will never solicit money from you – we do not require any form of payment from candidates/job applicants. We will never require that you provide us with your personal financial data such as bank account numbers, credit card numbers, etc.
If you are uncertain regarding the validity of a communication/job opportunity, take the steps below:
- Call one of Zachary Piper’s office locations and speak with someone directly.
Report fraudulent activity:
- If you believe you are a victim of identity theft or fraud, report your situation to law enforcement and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
- Report the account on the social channel or platform that the scammer contacted you on.
Zachary Piper Solutions and its affiliates, Piper Companies and ZP Group, are not responsible for fraudulent job placements or impersonators. These people are not our agents, employees, or otherwise associated with us in any way. We will report criminal conduct when it is made known to us.