I saw an ad on Craigs List for a work at home tech support position. Not too long after I applied I got an email saying I was offered a position. Another email arrived after saying I would receive a check with which I was to buy the equipment for the position. and as soon as the check arrive to deposit it then let Dean Willis (of human resources) know then he would tell me where to buy properly configured computer etc for the job. A few days later the check arrived. I called the company which issued the check (EIM of Tampa FL) and verified the check. They told me the check was a fraud; was dated on a Saturday while EIM is not open, the check number was not one of theirs, and the signature was not authorized. Of course Sean Willis will not respond to explain and it seems I dodged a bullet because if I had deposited the check I would have lost my bank account and been responsible to pay back a $3.420 fraudulent check. These guys are using the mail to send fraudulent checks across state borders then probably the equipment supplier would have disappeared with the now laundered money. .