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Victim Location 53140
Total money lost $100
Type of a scam Employment
I received a text message from 251-237-3990 from Mara Swan from Nanthealth Care. Your resume had been reviewed by the hiringndept. We believe you have the required qualifications to occupy one (1) among the listed opening positions in the company. Kindly reply back with (yes I am) if interested. The positions available are data entry clerk, administrative assistant, customer service, clerical admin, accounting manager, accounting payroll clerk,bookkeeper, front desk, IT specialist, finance manager, management, sales. Note: you would be trained for any of the position. They asked that I download Google hangout and interview with Edward Zore at [email protected] I proceeded to do this. He gave me a list of requirements for the position. Background info on the company. The job description. Benefits. And then into questions. What type of jobs have you had, have I been in the military, currently employed and how did I get my previous jobs. I stupidly answered these questions. A few more questions came through which I answered. Then it came to welcome aboard. You now need to go get a Google play card for $100 so it can be used to download software upgrades. You will be reimbursed for this. I did purchase the card but have not given them the info. One of the questions when purchasing the card was to watch for scams which included new job offer. I reluctantly bought the card, came home and went right to this site.
Victim Location 48237
Total money lost $22
Type of a scam Employment
I have a profile with a website called Upwork where freelancers can offer their services to potential employers, and other individuals seeking help. For almost two weeks now I've been in contact with a person via google hangouts. It all started when a woman contacted me via Upwork and provided a detailed message on a company called NantHealth being interested in my qualifications listed on my profile. I was informed to contact the above scammer name via the google hangouts. I supposedly talked to a Marcus Anderson who was the online hiring manager. After about an hour or so, I was talking to a Dr. James Robert. At first I had very high speculations of it being a scam but I didn't want my fear to get in the way of a potential opportunity. I did my research on the company and it was a legit name. I asked many many questions because of my feeling, but I didn't want to believe it because I've been looking to work from home for the last several months now. Over the days he has had me contact him every morning between 8:30-9a. I did that to show dedication and that I was interested in the position. After he asked me several questions he informed me the company wanted to proceed with hiring me and that they would send me materials and equipment with a check they provided. I did not put any money of my OWN into this "job". He sent me a check via FedEx and provided a tracking number. The check was delayed a few days supposedly due to FedEx having issues and then weather. I got the check Monday July 17, 2017 and told the person I received it. I did not have to provide my bank information throughout this process just the name. I also did not really have to provide any personal information except name, address and email. Tuesday July 18, 2017 I deposited the check into my account. The check was for $3900 and it was suppose to be used for equipment and materials such as software installations, MacBook, desk and chair, staples and stapler, stamps, printer, pen and a couple other items. I was required to send half of the money that was available to me ($1400 out of the $3900) via Walmart to Walmart to a woman name Brenda S. Royal who works with their "certified vendors". Which I was told they work closely with to receive all their working items. Unfortunately, this back fired on me today which is July 19, 2017. RIA which is the financial institute that handle Walmart money transfer had the funds on hold due to speculation of it being a scam. Once the scammer told me the funds wasn't made available to the sender, I was told to contact Walmart or RIA. I did just that and they asked me questions on what the money was for. After careful consideration RIA rejected the funds and told me to go get a refund. I did just that and informed the scammer of the task at hand. He kept on insisting me to send the money through Bank of America. I told him no I wasn't going to do that. I asked how could I send the entire $3900 back because I didn't feel comfortable anymore and didn't want anything to do with him or the company. He kept trying to insist me to send the money and I said no I do not want too I rather return it. He insist I do it via western union. I refused. He told me to do a money order, I refused again. Basically I felt pressured like he kept trying to get me to send this money to a Brenda S. Royal. Now my bank account is in the negative by $1,337. I contacted my bank and told them I suspect something fraudulent going on and they said my account isn't necessarily negative it's just a hold to make sure the so called check for $3900 clears and to protect me from any unwanted transactions and fees. I will not know until July 25 if the funds will clear or not. I really do not want anything to do with this and I want to give the money back. I really had no clue as to what I was getting into but I did have a feeling it could be wrong, but wasn't for sure. I only had about $22 to my name in my bank but now since its negative I have nothing. The bank told me to hold on to the $1400 until the check supposedly clears on the 25th. If it doesn't clear I would be responsible for the funds used. I haven't used any of the money and I just want to get out of this situation before I possibly get in trouble for something I didn't do. I have a bunch of screenshots of the messages and I would like to provide them. Please let me know if I can send everything I have from messages to receipts and despoit slips. I want to provide all evidence and stop these people. There has to be a trace back to an IP address. Please contact me as soon as possible. If you call by phone leave a detailed message and I'll return the call. Or contact me via email because I use it often. Below is a screenshot of half the message from Upwork.com. The job posting was removed later that day.
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