Someone randomly reached out on email about the job offer. I accepted the terms and conditions after several communications over the email and phone regarding my qualification. Few days later, the company manager wanted me to purchase apple gift card using their money. They gave me their bank account information to transfer money to my credit card. The amount transferred was $8642.00. I was suspicious as the whole process was sketch, but deposit made on my credit card stayed for a week. Purchased 8600 worth gift card and scanned code and sent the image to the company as they requested. A two days later the code was sent, the money transferred to my credit card ($8642) disappeared.

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