Infosys- Impostor

About 1-2 weeks ago I received an email from a person claiming to be from Infosys. This is a big multi-billion dollar company. Anyway, they emailed me saying to just general information to get the ball rolling. They confirmed the job was a stay-at-home, and I would receive paid training too. It sounded great. Shortly, that same person emailed me with an employer number. No bank information was giving thank goodness, and that’s when they mentioned this check.I actually forgot about the company, but received an email a week later saying a check is being sent through USPS with tracking. Without mentioning anything about the job it basically said, "deposit this check at a ATM or conveniently on a mobile device." I read on and they told me to take a picture of the deposit receipt for "further instruction." This is my second time someone has tried to scam me. I didn’t fall for it. Be careful people.

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