Bit Law/Bit Crowd

I am not sure the website really exists. The only way I can get to it is from an attachment in an email. They claim to be an investment group who invests in small businesses, also allowing individuals to invest. I was promised a stay at home position with the base salary of $4,400.00 per month. All I had to do was monitor my profile for any "tasks" that needed to be done. I received my first "real" task. I got a message from my "supervisor", Alexander Fransson, stating that I needed to monitor my checking account for a deposit. I checked my account and $20,000 had been deposited. I was given the instructions to go to the bank and use Swift to transfer the money to an account in Moscow, Russia. I went to the bank, only to find out they had stolen the money from the person whose name they (Bizlaw) provided to me. The person did not invest, the money was stolen and I was about to send it to someone in Russia. My bank thankfully questioned this business, and the money was restored to it’s rightful owner.

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