Acting as Taylor Corporation

The scammers got a hold of me through my email and told me to go to a Google hang out interview for a work at home job. I interviewed and was excepted of course they then said they would send me a check for $6500 and I was to deposit that through the ATM they were very adamant that I do it through the ATM and I later found out this was because tellers are trying to spot fake checks. I then was instructed to take the money out of my account and put it into a US bank account and the home office furniture would be delivered later that day. The job was for a graphic design job and the check they sent me was from A construction company in California this sent up at several red flags and I went to the teller and they checked it out and said it was a scam.

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