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Victim Location 12518
Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted via email on 1/31/18 by Susan *** (*** claiming to be Personnel Admin for CSS CORPS about a job opportunity to work from home. She asked me to contact Mr. *** ***  (***, the hiring manager via G-mail Hangout. I contacted Mr. *** and after about an hour of interview exchange via text on Hangout, he offered me a position as an Tech Support. He then told me I needed to outfit my home office with office equipment. The "company" was going to issue me a check to cover these purchases. Upon receipt of the check, I was supposed to acknowledge receipt of the check with intention of then depositing the check into my personal account and then the company would give me their vendor information to purchase the equipment. Then I would have to pay the vendors with my personal check. They had my resume and requested that I give them my home address to send the check. I received an email from Mr. Steve *** on February 1, 2018 (steve.***@***.info) welcoming me to CSS Corp. On February 2, 2018, I got another email from Mr. Cole stating that the check was being shipped via FedEx with tracking # 7***47.

The next day I received a FedEx package with a check and a letter with instructions at approximately 10:00 a.m. The letter was from Mr. Jeff ***, AP/Financial Officer from the Financial Department with email address *** In this letter, it told me to disregard any messages that the payment manager has resigned and ignore any new emails to contact anyone else. The check was in my name from Vanguard Recreational Finance, Inc. out of *** *** *** ** *** ***, 800 30th Ave South, Moorhead, MN 56560 in the amount of $2,550.00 and dated 2/1/2018. I checked the company and found out that they provide financing for RV and Boats. Due to this suspicious process, I decided to wait to deposit this check. At 9:58 am, I began receiving cell phone text messages from ###-###-#### claiming to be the “Head Department CSS Corp” to let me know the check had been delivered and to kindly return to Hangout to chat with the hiring manager. I did not respond and at 12:20 pm, I got a text stating that my case would be reported to the FBI and that they had my home address and I would be arrested. In the meantime, I was also getting text messages from *** *** at ###-###-#### telling me that they were aware of everything going on and that I had the check and I was trying not to receive and follow instructions, that my job was still available and they were strongly connected to the FBI and that I would have to face the consequences and the court of law if the check stayed with me for 24 hours. At this point, I told Mr. *** that I changed my mind, I was no longer interested in this position and that this was clearly a scam. I also told him that I would report him to the police. *** told me that he didn’t work for CSS Corp, but Vendor.***.info – which I found to be a domain only. Mr. *** insisted that I had to deposit the check several times and I repeatedly told him that I was not going to deposit the check. I asked him for an address to return the check and he refused to give me one. He claimed it was a government signed check. *** also stated, “Make sure you don’t change your location because if you do and the FBI finds you, you will have only yourself to blame.” At this time all texting stopped and I researched how to make a formal complaint.

What should I do with the check? The authorities might be able to get fingerprints off it.

- Ecorse, MI, USA

Scammer's phone 650 549 6999
Scammer's address 1900 McCarthy Blvd #210 Milpitas CA 95035, Milpitas, CA 95035, USA
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location MI 48229, USA
Type of a scam Employment

I applied for an administrative assistant job on I was contacted via email two days later by a company called smart recur-tiers. Smart recur-tiers informed me that someone from this email [email protected] wanted to do an interview on google hangouts.

I feel like this is a scam because this guy said I was hired the same day after doing the interview online. He says that the company is in California and that they employ people to work online from home. When I went on the website I didn't see the job on there that I applied for. The guy who interviewed me also wanted me to deposit a check so that I could get the money the next day to pay for the supplies to work online from home. Could someone please give me a call at *** *** ***. I'm really confused about this whole situation.

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