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Complaint Review: 360 ROI inc
360 ROI inc Christopher Banks Deceiving con man that uses elaborate ways of getting personal information from unsuspecting people trying to make a living New York Nationwide
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I was contacted by email that a job I had applied for a while back was finally open. It directed me to a website that looked completely legit. I filled out an application for employment Willingly giving up all of my personal information. I was contacted by a man from HR re confirming that everything was on the up and up. They told me I would be managed by Christopher Banks. christopher sent me numerous tasks researching things. Then sent me a task to talk to a sculptor in the Ukraine and buy a sculpture that was damaged during shipping for a client. So I did. However the client claimed to want me to transfer the money because he was having issues doing it from his bank. The scuplture wanted it money gram not into his account. Totally believable because of the war happening in that region so Chris asked me to give him my account so they could transfer the money to me and then I could take the money physically to money gram and do it myself. [continued below]....
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