I guess my last, post was,notclear enough so I will,try my best and so it again. Last month I went on Care. Com looking for a job and someone responded to my ad saying they needed a care taker,etc. So they sent,me a check and I put it into my account come to find out it was fake... So I spoke to the bank where the check was issued from and worked out a payment arrangement... I started a new job last week and the Bank asked for my current job information.. I'm just trying to see,if my job Is at jepordady or no.. Hope that explains it better...
You should talk to someone who can ask questions to give you advice. Did you sign something with the bank? Why does it want the job information? Probably to see if you are making more money and should pay back sooner. What happens if you don't tell them? It is probably not worth their while to chase you for more since you are already paying it back. If you can increase the payments a little more because you are working, maybe you just offer that. Good luck.
As long as you take the bank into confidence, there should not be any problem. Try to contact the Bad Check Unit (part of District Attorney Office), if you have one and report it to them. They would prosecute under their bad check unit. One thing which I don't understand is that why would someone give you a check without you working for them or having worked for them. Are you saying you got a check before you started working. Anyway, as long as you satisfies everyone involved, you should not have any problem. By the way, I am not practicing in your jurisdiction.
Only see a licensed attorney before you make any decision. This answer may not be perfect in any given situation. However, more fact may be required by your local attorney.
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