Topray Solar Imposter Reviews - Topray Solar Imposter Scam or Legit

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Jesse –

Victim Location 83401

Type of a scam Employment

I answered a Facebook ad about a company needing a part time or full time data entry person. The contact set me up to do an online interview on Google Hangouts. I was welcomed to the Topray Solar Hiring Department and introduced to "Mr. Jason". "Mr. Jason" went through several hiring questions, all which sounded legitimate until he started asking whether I preferred to be paid weekly or biweekly. He also asked about my cell phone company and whether it was prepaid or post paid service. He also wanted bank account and credit card information which I would not give him. He gave me an interview score of 92 and started asking personal questions like date of birth and wanted a photo ID. "Mr. Jason" said the company would be providing me with the funds I would be using in purchasing the software. He also said the company will provide an Apple laptop with a fast internet connection and then wanted me to go to Walmart and purchase a $100 Google Play card to activate my toggle time tracker. The original Facebook person was out of Pocatello. The interviewer looks like her significant other on her Facebook page.


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