KeyStone LawJob scam

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KeyStone Law sent me email. They wrote that they found me on the internet and all the info they found was very exciting. They told that I have to send my resume and other info to complete the agreement and then they’ll officially hire me. I did what they asked and they stole money from my bank account.

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    William Robins Nov 01, 2012
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    Keystone Law is a UK based law firm which, at the time of writing, has no operations in the US. Sadly, as a well known and respected law firm it is not uncommon for fraudsters to impersonate us. Our advice to anyone who receives an unusual email purporting to be sent from us is to contact us via our website www.keystonelaw.co.uk. We will confirm whether the communication is genuine and further what should be done, for example reporting the matter to the Police or the UK Solicitors Regulation Authority. It is a criminal offence in the UK to impersonate a solicitor and we work with the authorities to bring such individuals to justice. We actively encourage the recipients of fraudulent emails or calls purportedly from us to contact us so action can be taken
    Regards, William Robins, Partner Keystone Law.

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