Orange Crush Car Wrap Scam Scam

I was looking for a part time job, and an offer came in my email from Jeff Cox to have my car wrapped by Orange Crush. I didn’t reply to him. He began texting and calling me. I never replied to him. Yesterday I got an envelope from UPS in my door with a fake check and letter in it. He wants proof that i deposited the check. Sprangler Charles Auto Wrap Campaign Manager. The check is written against GOB International Inc., New Brunswick, NJ signed by John Smith. the letter says I should take the check to the bank and deposit. Once it clears I am to send them a pic of the deposit. Once it’s deposited I will receive further instruction for getting my car wrapped. I am mailing a copy of the check and letter to BBB.

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