Healthcare at Home (fake) Scam

I was contacted on my e-mail for an interview. I was told to open a G-mail account and go to "hangouts" and then meet the recruiter at "[email protected]" They interviewed with questions etc… Graded the interview and told me I was hired. They proceeded to tell me they would send a check for software and equipment needed. . I was also told to take out the amount of money owed to me for the 2 days of training.After researching and talking with a friend I knew it was all wrong and "to good to be true". I deleted the Gmail account. I received the check, Priority Express. I did not open this mail and sent "return to sender" .I am reporting this because the FBI suggested it.Thank You

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