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Was contacted via email about a job offer stating that "your resume caught our eye on Indeed." i have never sent my resume to them. They then called me via telegram on my phone. there was a short interview process. Then they stated they would be sending me a check to purchase the equipment needed to do this "job". After one week i received the "check". I was not going to cash this check into my bank account because this seemed to good to be true. A full time job working from home for $32 per hour when i just lost my last job because of COVID? After taking the check to Krogers they handed my a paper stating to not cash this check. After notifying Lex Roland (this is the name of my "handler") that no one would cash the check all communications stopped.

This company posted employment paying 25.00 an hour. States that newly hired employees are to purchase needed equipment. They will mail you a check to deposit in your personal account and once the funds are available you are to purchase equipment from their vendor. Which does not make since. Once I questioned this process I was blocked. DO NOT ACCEPT EMPLOYMENT FROM THESE PEOPLE.

- Orange Park, FL, USA

I have been applying for jobs through normal job seeking websites such as:, and I recently was contacted via text message from the number 1(415)-968-9347 from someone named Mrs. Lex Hoersdig from Heartland Payment Systems Inc., offering me a job position of my choice as either a data entry customer service representative/ office or administrative assistant. If I was interested she wanted me to contact a man named David Brooks for an online interview using hangout through gmail at the address: [email protected]. I was away from my computer so they decided to conduct an "interview" through text message from that same number. They went through the process of educating me on what the Heartland company does followed with all of their achievements (which can be confirmed on a public website and the company itself is accredited by the I was then told that son a few branches will be set up in my location and they are looking to hire 39 new hires to work from home until the location has been established and then I would have a choice to continue working from home or I could chose to work at the office.

The job would be all online with flexible hours at $29/hour ($15.05 for training period) with a maximum of 45 hours a week and can be paid via direct deposit or paycheck. They went through the procedure of telling me that in order to qualify I needed to be fluent in English, posses Identification (Drivers license or National ID), clear of criminal charges, type at least 30wpm, have a bank account accessible for direct deposit and must be 18 years or older. I confirmed I had all of those qualifications. i was explained what my job would consist of and how the starting process would be handled. I was asked a series of interview questions. All in which I responded to without giving away any personal information besides my name and address.I was asked about my dedication and moral and ethical stand. I was told to hold while my conversation and answers were forwarded to the HR department and then was told that I got the job as an Administrative Assistant and I start on the 12th of September.

I was told that the benefits that came along with the position was: Health, dental, life and AD&D Insurance, employee wellness and 401k plans. Paid time off and holidays with generous company discounts that counts after working for the company for 90 days. In order to perform my job from home I was in need of company supplies such as HPZ1 Workstation Computer(lots of specifics pertaining to the type of computer provided), all in one printer/scanner/fax machine, Norton Ghost, Microsoft Office XP, Headphones, an accounting program, time tracker and a data reader to keep track of my hours. In order for me to purchase these things they were sending me a check in the mail through FedEx that I was supposed to use only for the equipment I needed through vendors that they worked closely with. On top of that, HR was sending me documentation in the form of agreements and contract that I had to send and return. I did this as well. They asked for my email, age, sex, address and phone number, which I also provided.

I was told that for the first 2 weeks that I would be paid via check form but to start my position they were going to overnight me a check to go get set up. This morning around 8:15, I received a package from FedEx with a check and instructions attached. The check was for $2,650 made out to me from a company named Neu's. There was a letter of instructions attached to the check with information tied to a man name James Berges who claimed to be Payment Officer. I was to keep him informed on all things dealing with the money and I was then told to cash the check into my ATM and provide the deposit slip. It was about this time that I started getting weary, so I went into my bank instead of using the ATM and informed them of my suspicions. Together we called the company that was provided on the check and they confirmed that the check that was sent to me was fraudulent. I attached a copy of the information attached to the check. I do have all the paper work I have described saved on my computer and would be happy to provide the rest of the documentation.

After leaving the bank without depositing the check, my phone via text message started getting messages asking me if I had deposited the check yet. I did not respond. Then they tried to contact me through email with the same questions. I ignored them. The first thing I did was contact Neu's and alerted them that their business was being used in a scam. I will be sending them all of this information and documentation to help them protect their company as well. I then contacted the on the phone and let them know of the situation. Heartland is indeed a legitimate company who has been accredited through the since 2004. I told the representative through that I would file a scam report here and I would also contact Heartland and let them know of the situation. i have already been in touch with the REAL Heartland company and I will be sending them all the information and documentation as well. I hope in this attempt that the businesses are not harmed by this scam and the scammers may be crippled if not caught.

Thank you!

- Charlotte, NC, USA

I was applying for jobs on a site called ZipRecruiter and this company contacted me via email stating I have been selected to be an assistant to the HR department and they would mail me a check to buy items for a foster care agency a check to arrive by Priority Mail certified cashier's check I'm not sure if it's real and they sent me an email with the tracking number asking me to deposit it in my bank account which I have not. I called the credit union the check was from and spoke with Sam who verified this was not a good check.

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