RTI-IMI Restoration Technologies Review

I had applied for a position via Indeed for a marketing position with this company. I was notified that the position was filled, but a personal assistant position was open with who he claimed to be CEO "Eric Sobel." He contacted me in various emails explaining the work and that he would meet with me on his return from his business trip in New Zealand to discuss full time employment. He sent me a contract for an individual contract agreement. He sent me a check and told me to notify him when the check cleared so he could send me instructions on tasks. The check was reported as fake.

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