As a college student, I needed a job, so I decided to start using Indeed as a way to search for a job here in my city. One day, I ended up finding a job on the website under a business name called "Kamflex Corp". I applied because the pay seemed pretty good and the working schedule was really flexible. However, I did notice that I was not going to be given an office to work from which made me think it was too flexible to be true. Because my resume, that is on Indeed, had my contact information, one day I received a text with a description of the job and a form to complete from which asked for "My name, address, email, and phone number" and the excuse was that they were going to run a background check. I decided to fill it out since there was nothing else being asked for that was not found on my resume. A few days later, I received an email from a person with a name on it saying to confirm the position. I then decided to do some research on the company "Kamflex Corp" which was located in Joliet, IL (too far from me) and then I looked up the "name" of the person that was found on the mail. His name was Halgren. I then received an email from this person for the first assignment. I then decided to email that person back saying that I could not confirm the position because I was missing information. Even though I mentioned to this person that I was not accepting the position and was not going to work with or for them, they MAILED me a check with a huge amount of money. I refuse to cash the check at all. The check has the name of a law firm "Michael W Strickland & Assoc P.A." which is located in NC and was mailed to me from a place called "Acumen Enterprises" located in Texas BUT on the postage on it says the company is located in Nevada. Whoever this person is might be using company names and addresses to get away from getting caught. Even after refusing to work with them and rejecting the position, they still keep contacting me. For sure, they are cat fishing other people to work on there dirty assignments.