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Latasha –

Type of a scam Employment

I was recently offered a part-time position as a Customer Service Evaluator with this

market research company.

I was initially contacted through the job search engine indeed.com by one of the company’s recruiters.

Only a few questions were asked of me before I was approved for the position. Questions included my full name as it appears on my ID, address, phone number, date of birth, where I do my banking. All correspondence was done via email at first.

My first assignment required me to deposit a check into my personal bank account and keep part of the funds as payment and the rest was to be used for my assignment. Specific instructions were promised to accompany the letter and cheque. However, upon receipt of said letter and cheque, instructions were then only to be given after depositing the funds in my personal account. This is when I really got nervous and decided to consult with my accountant for advice.

He cautioned me that the info I had shared with him led him to believe this to be a scam, a money laundering or fraudulent enterprise. I decided to trust him and my gut and so I have declined the position. I am still waiting for final correspondence in reaction to my refusal of the assignment and instructions for the return of the cheque.

The image I attached is of the initial email I received, asking if I would be interested in learning more about the opportunity. I have saved copies of all other correspondence, including the letter that accompanied the cheque.



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