I erroneously gave my ssn to a recruiter working for a tech recruitment company. They asked for it because they needed it to post me for a bank job. At least that's what they claimed.
Long story short, I do not want them to possessing my ssn. Is there a way I can get them to delete my number?? And beyond that prove they did. Is there any legal action in case they lied?
Resources around controlling who has your ssn would be appreciated.
PS. This is all in California.