Bruce Sher gallery Reports & Reviews (1)
Victim Location 23454
Total money lost $1,712
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order
The scam started with a posting on LinkedIn for remote work. I addressed the post and then within a few days I got a text message asking me to email the poster and they would send me my interview questions and we would go from there. So answer the interview questions in a couple days later I was told I had the job, just to give my address so they could send me my work materials for the remote work. A few days later instead of materials, I received a check which I was apparently then supposed to use to go buy the materials from a vendor because it is cheaper for the company that way. Because of the amount of the check, I was unable to send that full amount in any single application or money order or ATM withdrawal. So they suggested I withdraw as much as possible from the ATM and mail it and then I convert the rest of the money into crypto to allow me to transfer a larger balance at once and the vendors crypto wallet would then withdraw the funds and that would be used to buy my supplies for work. After I had transferred the money into crypto my bank decided the check was altered and then proceeded to take money from all of my bank accounts to satisfy the now negative balance
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