Please look for these job scam warning signs if you’re contacted about a position at Paylocity:
- The email isn’t from a Paylocity email address ([email protected]) – watch for slight changes (Example: [email protected])
- Your supposed interview is with a Paylocity executive
- You’re asked for private information
- You’re asked to pay a fee
- You’re offered money or a check to process before or after your interview
- You’re asked to complete new-hire paperwork, including bank account info
- The sender insists on immediate action
- Communications or “official” documents contain misspellings or grammatical errors
If you think you’re the target of a scammer who says they’re from Paylocity, please send details to [email protected] and request a callback. We’ll reach out within two business days to confirm whether it’s legitimate.
We sincerely regret any damage caused by these cybercriminals that are beyond our control. Paylocity cannot be considered liable for any loss or inconvenience that results from these unauthorized persons and activities. If you suspect you’ve received a fraudulent job offer, please visit ReportFraud.ftc.gov or call the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-382-4357 to report it.