Craigslist ad for job Scam

Emailed my resume to a craigslist post. Received an email response from a Jennifer N Weinman with the email address [email protected] In the email I was told to do an interview over hangouts with a David Hunter, the hiring manager from Timken Company Engineers. His email was [email protected] After an hour or so of interviewing me he informed me I had been hired and that he would send me a check for $2000+ for all of the expenses for the job. I was to deposit the check, then cash it out and get a western union money order to make all of my purchases. I thought this was suspicious and then contacted the company to see if they were legit. They have no David Hunter employed there and do not have any work from home jobs. When I asked "David Hunter" about it he quickly stopped responding.

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