Fake Check Scam

Subject poses as an attractive female and gets to know the victim in messaging/chat. "She" then states that she is unable to deposit or otherwise cash an insurance check, but instead, can have it made out in his name so he can cash it instead, keeping part of it as a thank you for helping her. The individual states they live in Pittsboro, NC, while they have sent 2 different checks to be cashed from Sioux, SD and Coatsville, PA. Here is an image of one of the checks.

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