This is very similar to the Provisum Consultant Inc scam… see belowHow Employment Scams work:- You receive an employment offer without applying for the job. The company may find your resume on job sites like Monster, Indeed, etc.- If you indicate interest in the job you receive a cheque (which could also be a traveller’s cheque) in the mail with instructions. In some cases the company offers to send funds via Interac E-Transfer or Bitcoin.- You are instructed to deposit or cash the cheque and keep a portion of the funds as your first week’s salary.- Most of the remaining funds are to be used to send a money transfer (BitCoin, E-Transfer, Western Union, etc.) for equipment, rent, office supplies, etc. In some cases, you may be requested to deposit cash directly into another individuals account.- Eventually the initial payment is found to be fraudulent, and you are held accountable to pay for the funds that were transferred.