A job interview that seemed too good to be true, however, each day I had a study guide and many other things to look over and read. I was tested on it at the end of the week each time. I had a recruiter, hiring manager, and an interviewer all different people. They had all kinds of information about the business and everything else that they were in. Very detailed, very extensive. There were many times I asked plenty of questions and they always had an answer. They have not scammed me yet, but I know they have my address, phone number, name, and birth date. They offer payment for completion of the 4 week training program with an offer to top candidates to work on a small outsourced project for additional recuperation. This is where it got weird, they wanted me to use my credit card and allow them to send me money so I can purchase office supplies and other things and drop them off at the local business. The website has been up for only 54 days, but the company has been in business since 2019…..yeah. This has been an ongoing, 3 weeks of interviewing, emails, phone calls, and many other things that legitimized the whole process. Very well thought out, extremely intricate, and just down right impressive. There is so much more to this intensive scam, I have all of it documented as well. I would love to share all of it, however I feel so limited here.