Mark Cheves Scam

I wrote via email from craigslist for a bartender position. He wrote back asking if I was interested in placing an advert on my car. I would get $300.00 a week for allowing them to place an advert on my vehicle for 5hour energy drink. He asked for very simple information such as name, address, phone number. He sent a check via usps. I took it to the bank and placed the check into my checking account. Then I received a notice from my bank stating there was fraudlent activity and my account and would be closed, and flagged.. I demand All funds to be covered by this individual plus compensation for punitive damages.. Stay away

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