We, at ExpediUSA, are here to safeguard your personal information during your visit to ExpediUSA.com, irrespective of whether you're an employer or a job seeker.


Learn How We Protect You


  • Private Resumes


At ExpediUSA, you can make your resume private so only the employers you contact can view it.


  • Suspicious Login Notifications


You will receive a warning every time a new user or device tries to log in using your email address. In addition, you may be prompted to enter a verification code in the event of a suspicious attempted login.


  • Regular System Assessments


We, at ExpediUSA, have stringent measures in place to safeguard your personal information. In light of the same, we perform regular system assessments of our systems and network.


Information Security


ExpediUSA has stringent security policies in place to protect user data against loss, misuse, and alternation. However, ExpediUSA cannot guarantee the security of any method of transmission. In addition, please note that any communication, whether via email or messages, is not encrypted. Therefore, while we strive to safeguard your information, we cannot guarantee its security. For more information, please review our Privacy Policy.


Safety Tips to Protect Your ExpediUSA Account


Even though we have a 2-step verification process for both employers and job seekers to log in to their accounts, we recommend all our users to be proactive in protecting against security threats and scams. Here are some technical steps you can take to take control of your personal information submitted at ExpediUSA.


  • Create a more robust password - Use a solid and unique password for your ExpediUSA account.

  • Reset your password frequently - It is recommended to change your password every 3 months. However, if you think someone may have accessed your account, change your password immediately.

  • Scan for problems and update your software as and when prompted - Run an antivirus software on your device and keep its operating system up to date to ensure the security patch is updated.

  • Contact us if you still have security concerns.


We know About Phishing, and We are Cuationate


We know Phishing is a scam wherein the fraudster tricks end-users into divulging sensitive information. Scammers often pose as someone else, perhaps a legitimate company or a recruiter, in order to deceive you so you end up sharing critical financial information or account credentials. We, at ExpediUSA, try to filter out such scanners. However, despite our best efforts, some slip through the cracks. 


So to be aware of such frauds/scams, watch out for the common signs of Phishing:-


  • Emails related to our services come only from ExpediUSA-related emails or from @ExpediUSA.com. Are you receiving an email from another id? Please be aware of such emails; it’s not us. 

  • The next sign is where the scammer may make the situation seem urgent or threatening. For instance, a claim that if you don’t respond, your account will be locked. It’s a scam, ExpediUSA will not make any such claims.

  • Too good to be true things almost never happen. So if someone requests you to click on a link or claim lottery winnings, steer clear; it’s a scam.

  • An unexpected attachment in your inbox like invoices, obscure files or documents prompting you to click on them. Please be aware that such files may be the scammers’ way to inject your device with the trojan virus.

  • The website domain doesn’t look quite right or uses a look-alike domain name such as FxpediUSA.com or Ecp3diUSA.com. Again, it’s a scam.


Here’s What You Can Do to Stay Safe


  • Contact the Company


If you suspect that someone is representing or claiming to be a legitimate company, use a trusted communication mode such as the phone number listed on Google or their website and try to reach out to the company directly.




Avoid opening unexpected attachments, especially those with extensions like .zip, .jar, .js.


  • Leverage Security Tools


Download and regularly update anti-virus software and security patches on your digital device.


  • Keep Your Personal Information Personal AT ALL COSTS!!!


Don’t share any kind of sensitive information such as bank account or credit card information over email or an instant messenger.


  • Scams Targeting Job Seekers


You can also be targeted by scammers posing as potential employers who often request personal or financial information via email. Stay on the lookout for such practices and help us make our site as secure as possible.


  • Remote Work


As a part of the work-from-home starter kit, scammers may request you to wire money, claiming a portion of it will be money back. Stay cautioned, stay safe from such claims.


  • Tax Scams


Fraudulent employers request W2s or other tax information. So never share any personal or financial information via email.


What Can You Do?


  • Stay Alert Since Your Interview


Being alert from the very beginning means steering clear from employers who offer you a job without an interview or formal application process.




Legitimate employers never ask for application money or any amount in exchange for a job. 


  • Don’t Share Your Private Information


Never share any kind of personal or financial information with anyone via email.