I was emailed by a "recruiter" and offered a job interview for a Project supervisor role, I assumed they had found my resume on indeed for project management. I was told they were opening up an office here in Indianapolis, they had only been in the US for two months and due to growth in the EU they were excited to start here. I was told the job paid $80k-$100k and I could work from home or from the office they would be opening in the Keystone area of Indy, they even gave me an address of the soon to be office. I did a phone interview which sounded like they recorded my answers but I assumed because English was not their first language they would translate and then contact me. I received an e-mail from a gentleman who said he would be my manager through the probationary period. They had a FAQ page that answered every doubt and question I had. They had me do 3 weeks of project management testing and homework. They then said I had been selected for a special project and my paid probationary period pay would double from $1500 to $3000, they gave me a notarized access to a bank account through chase bank saying it was the corporate account they were still getting US corporate credit cards for employee use until then I was to pay off the balance on my credit cards and purchase 4 Apple laptops with very specific details on what to get and I was told I would get the shipping details later. I paid off two credit cards purchased two laptops and then the third card held the payment (thankfully) the payments seemed to all go through and a week and a half later I had all 4 laptops went to the USPS where I was to send them to the Ukraine with very detailed shipping outlines and my card was declined for the packing stuff. As soon as I looked at my account three of the payments had been returned. I immediately called my credit cards was given details as to why, called Chase bank and spoke to two people one was with the corporate accounts person and I was told the number I was given was not a corporate account but a personal account. I then called the international 1 who was supposedly renting the space to them and she said they were not one of their tenants and I was one of many who had been calling and inquiring, one gentleman said they had asked him for his bank information. I then returned the laptops and got all my money back. I feel lucky I caught it when I did otherwise I would have been out over $7k.