I was contacted because my resume was found through a job application site. They offered a high salary of 1340 (cad) a week, promising I would be paid weekly and I could work remotely. I googled them and google lists an address in Rexdale. Score, right? As I went through the process they offered me a legal-sounding contract, promised a 10 day trial period in which they would judge my work, and then wanted to e-transfer money to my bank account so that I could then put it in a Bitcoin wallet. A legitimate company is never going ask you to use your personal account for money transfers, and they could just as easily put the money in a Bitcoin wallet themselves.The money transfer was the proof I needed that the company wasn’t on the up-and-up but there were details beforehand that made me suspicious:They sent detailed, well-written emails and had a nicely put together website that used a lot of words but wasn’t clear about their services. None of the people listed as working at the company on their website were findable on social media which is strange and neither was the woman I was talking to. The date their company was founded when you look up their Corp. number (10522988) on can1business.com does not match with how long they say they have been in business on their website. On their website they listed articles that supposedly praised them as the top marketing firm in X year. I couldn’t find those articles anywhere. Frankly, the benefits were too good to be true.