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I was looking to apply for an office receptionist job through ZipRecruiter and I came across an add for "Holy Names High." I submitted my resume and I received an email back saying I was chosen for the position from heartland payment systems. The email said they needed my info for the position and after I sent it, I received another email stating they would send me a payment to buy gifts for foster children which I never responded to. They continued to send me emails and I never responded back and then the "heartland company" preceded to send the package in the mail with the letter and check. I reported it to my local police department that I figured it was a scam

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