I am looking for a job so Some one sent me an email and introduce herself as a part of a Real state or company . The email was include a link to fill an application and job description I filled but I found it was not only an application it was a agreement and I signed that . She sent me some assignment and told you would be recieved a check to your address and you should cash it or deposit But I did not that .
So she told me you sign an electronic agreement and you should give me a fee based on agreement but I do not know that women and what is the check from who from where? She told me this check has been sent from my client now what should I do?????
Her email at the end is like(.xyz) like a spam
Also I searched about this company it islocated in paris only and does not work in usa but this women wrot in email and job description that we entered the usa market
This is a scam.
Do not deposit the check. Do not send any wire. Do not send any money. Contact the police.
If you gave her personal or bank information, you should immediately do a credit lockdown and secure all your accounts and passwords.
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Fully agree with Atty. Hammarlund. This is a scam. Follow his advice.
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