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Promised Project Manager work from home job with 5 weeks of paid training, 4 weeks online, 1 in New York. Took 4 weeks of tests online for agreed paid training. Open book, so tests were easy. Offered mini-project, during training for extra money--which was the scam, to buy 6 iPhone X, using their Purchase Order (PO). PO was supposed to deposit to my account but never does. Michael Atwood, lead HR, never returns phone calls, only e-mail. 1st red flag. Angela Adams was the original contact, who disappears after first introducing the scam. 2nd red flag. I couldn't find any of my e-mails with her or open the Transpoint Shipping Lines website. Then a week later, Michael Atwood contacts me, posing as the lead HR, who will be my training lead. Website reappears. I ask Michael about Angela and why he never answers his phone. No answer. 3rd red flag. He sends the weekly training materials and tests. After week 2, he asks if I'd like to make extra money doing a mini-project, which was to buy & send 6 iPhone X to a customer in Hong Kong. 4th red flag, because there are Apple stores in Hong Kong, per the Apple store. Michael sends all info on how to request the PO funds, using their instructions, all legit looking with diagram examples of Chase and Wells Fargo bank. The account's routing number is a Wells Fargo account, according to one of my banks. In anticipation of the PO funds, I bought the 6 phones with my credit card but held them, waiting for the PO funds to arrive in my bank account, which never did. 5th red flag. After a week+ of waiting for the funds and not getting any good news from Michael about them, I personally went to my 2 banks, to see if the problem was on my end. Two of my bank reps told me it sounded like a scam, but I knew I had the phones and could return them, hoping it was not a scam. 6th red flag. I even e-mailed Michael after the bank visits, and he assured me that the money was canceled when I inquired at the bank because the account is highly sensitive. That I need to wait for the PO funds. 7th red flag. By this time, I'm ****** and e-mail Michael, since he doesn't answer the phone or call back, asking if it was a scam, telling him I was going to report him to the BBB. Michael's classic response: "Is this a joke? I don't get it." 8th red flag. After the 4th week of testing, the next week would have been when they paid to send me to New York. I kept asking about the PO funds and Michael said he'd check with Zurich HQ (which is where the fake HQ was). After almost 2 weeks of waiting for the PO funds, I returned the phones and called and e-mailed Michael.. Once he knew I returned phones, he stopped contact with me. The 9th red flag. The website has been taken down. I kept all e-mails and coursework, which LOOK LEGIT BUT IT'S FAKE. The individual went through a lot to create (or steal) training materials, put up a legitimate-looking website, and carry on the scam for weeks. Huge waste of time and disappointment. Lesson: if it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is. Stop after the 1st red flag.

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