I uploaded my job resume on legitimate job hunting sites and was emailed with a job opportunity for a clerical/medical billing job that would allow me to work from home. I was then informed by the financial manager Laure Vincent of Rondeau – Health Care in Paris, France (via email) that I would be receiving checks from the company’s clients, that I would have to cash or deposit those checks, that I would wire a specified amount to another client based on the checks I receive, be provided with enough for the MoneyGram service fee, and that the remaining amount would be my weekly pay. I was told I would also earn $3,000 per month in addition to the weekly remaining pay. I was shown a legitimate looking healthcare company website with a legitimate address in Paris, France and I signed a legal, online agreement form that I would be hired as a “Check Assistant Manager” for that healthcare company. This was supposed to be a part-time job without medical coverage and I accepted that job on 02/02/15. I have two screenshots of the agreement form and now a copy of the bad check from my bank. I just today realized that at least one of those checks I cashed was a bad check (at an amount of $2,811.60) and I have lost those funds permanently from my bank due to this agreement for supposedly legal, legitimate work at home. By the way, it’s a crime to write bad checks in the first place. Another check is currently processing and I don’t know if that one might turn out as another bad check yet, too. .
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