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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Think I Might Have Been a Victim of a Employment Scam

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    Was there also a W4?
    no, a w4 was not asked for.

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    Default Re: Think I Might Have Been a Victim of a Employment Scam

    Have you already provided these documents to the "employer"? If not I wouldn't until you are sure they are legit.

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    Default Re: Think I Might Have Been a Victim of a Employment Scam

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    Have you already provided these documents to the "employer"? If not I wouldn't until you are sure they are legit.
    I have all of the businesses training information linking back to numbers and emails, if itís a employment scam that was meant to take my identity information then tracking them down would not be to difficult in the event that they arenít a real business and they try to use my information. I ran some of the phone numbers on the training through a background search and names donít add up, they told us to be on training calls and they have not been been on which is peculiar. Guess I should hand over the emails from them to law enforcement. Looking up the business on the BBB yielded no results.

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    Default Re: Think I Might Have Been a Victim of a Employment Scam

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    Its the combination of documents (W-P, I-9 and bank information) that makes me think that there is a chance that its not legit. You meeting one of them in a coffee shop also makes me a bit suspicious. Just find a phone number for them independently, call the number to see if it sounds like a real business and if the person you met works there. You might also get an address for them and drive by that address.
    I got a credit freeze just incase they were trying to use my information.ill have to check the credit bureaus if someone is trying to use my information.

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