Unfortunately, when you obtain a CDL it's your responsibility to make sure your record is correct.
You say your first CDL was obtained in WA, then you moved. Did you move out of Washington State into Georgia?
If so, you cannot have a WA CDL and use it while living in another state, you must go to the DMV and obtain a new one for the current state you're residing in.
This falls under homeland security and as a driver/transporter of goods and materials, you should know this basic law governing your CDL.
Had you contacted your DMV or DOT office when you moved, you would have been told that your CDL had some issues that needed to be cleared up.
You can request that your recruiter give you a copy of the documents they have on file for you. Then you can go from there.