I went to the wweb trying to find a job. I posted my resume in different job platforms, and after a few days I was contacted via email, for Unisendo, telling they were interested in interviewing me. The interview was by phone in February; few days later i received a mail telling me I did quite well on my interview, so they offered me the Distribution Agent position. That mail included a link where I could download the agreement, and send it back to them. On that application I sent all the information they asked, my social security, my drivers license, and a selfie holding my drivers license. It suppose I was going to start a probationary term of 30 days, after that, according to my supervisor evaluation, I could become a permanent employee.Next day I sent the information I received a call from a person called Louise Turner, as my supervisor at Unisendo. We agreed the first day of work was going to be on March 11th 2019. I received all the information via mail, about my responsibilities and step by step of all the process with packages. I started working that day, and made 3 shippings. At night, I shared with a friend details about my new job, and she was concerned about some information she knew about employment scams, and took me to this website, where I found it was a fraud.I already reported to the FBI,and went to my bank, but I am really concerned about they can do with all the information they have! even my birth date, a picture of me, and all my documents!