Working Solutions Review

There is a young man from New Iberia, La posting on his Facebook page about work from home jobs, once you inbox him he then send you to Google Hangout, there another man is waiting for you, he then will ask you questions to see if you qualify and then he approve your app and hire you. So then he ask more questions and then he states he will email you a check for you to print out sign and deposit for you to purchase software needed for the job, out of the $1750 he tells you to keep $50 for your sign on bonus. It’s a scam!!!!! Once I asked for a phone number he stop responding. Please beware!!!!! Scam loud and clear.

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