Wovenware Review

I received an email stating that I was on the short list for employment through ZipRecruiter. The name that the scammer used on his email was Tony Scott. I was given a code to use as identification for an interview via Google Hangout. I was asked a series of very generic questions. After a 5-7 minute pause I was told that I was hired. Wovenware is an actual company out of San Juan P.R. The scammers initially sent a check totaling $3100.00 for deposit via mobile app with my bank. My bank kept a hold on half the funds for five days. They then sent another check for $1700.00 to get funds from that check, my bank held all of those funds to, their daily limit was $10,000 daily. The banks that the supposed cashier’s check were drawn on were Sterling National Bank in Montebello NY(actually a real bank) and JP Morgan Chase Bank in Wilmington DE. These funds were supposedly to be used for setting up my office for working from home. They will ask for you to send money to their vendor(Tracey Thomas) through Zelle, they will ask do you CashApp as well. This is definitely a scam.

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