Psosing as Rolls-Royce Scam

I received a text about an application for a data entry position. The text then instructed me to log on to google hangouts and contact Mrs. Linda Williams for an online interview. I never connected on video chat but we messaged back and forth. After answering a set of questions I was offered the job. I was told that I would receive a check in the mail for the purchase of the computer hard ware to perform the job duties and receive training in a week.

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