Integrated Computer Solutions INC Scam Email and Signal Messenger

Integrated Computer Solutions INC Scam Email and Signal Messenger

Online users beware of the Integrated Computer Solutions scam email(see below), which appears to be from Sharon Turner at, being sent by scammers. The legitimate Integrated Computer Solutions said they do not have any customer service or data entry positions open and have confirmed the email or post is a scam. The names mentioned in the fake email or post are being used randomly by scammers and the email address spoofed. This means the email was sent from another email account but made to appear to have been sent from

The Integrated Computer Solutions Scam

From: Bamboo HR

Integrated Computer Solutions Scam


| am contacting you in regards to your resume you submitted for the Remote Data Entry Typist / Customer Service Representative position at . If interested, you are required to contact the Assistant Hiring Manager on Signal Messenger for an interview now.

The pay for this position is $24.95 per hour. Benefits such as health/life/disability/dental insurance/AD&O/flexible paid time-off plan/401K plans, etc. INTERVIEW INSTRUCTIONS You are required to contact the Hiring Manager on Signal Messenger for an interview.

You can download the app from your Google Play/App Store or visit https./ , Add the Hiring Manager via her Interview (ID Number ( 814-338-5748 ) to schedule an interview with her right now. Good luck and we look forward to

Meeting you




We look forward to meeting you


How the Scam Works

You will receive an email from someone called Sharon Turner(they may use a different name) stating that you've been selected for the position, and to download the Signal messaging app to contact them for an interview. Then you have an "interview" with the hiring manager, Sharon Turner, via Signal. Immediately after the interview, you're "hired" and given instructions on how to obtain the necessary work-from-home office equipment. It will be purchased through the company's own supplier using funds they provide.

Within a few days, you will receive an official-looking business check in the mail for an exorbitant amount (mine was for $6800). The check has a watermark, perforation along the bottom edge, and everything else seems quite legitimate. However, the payor is not listed as Integrated Computer Solutions, but rather an individual person. Additionally, the check arrives in an envelope with the return address of Gordon AJ with TRC Electronics Inc, not Integrated Computer Solutions. The so-called hiring manager, Sharon Turner, will press you to urgently deposit the check in your personal account and to then send her a photo of the proof of deposit slip. If you deposit the check, it will either be declined, or it will eventually bounce (after the scammers have disappeared with the money you spent on work-from-home supplies through their website).

There are other versions of this scam. All the scammers do is to change the name of the company.

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  • May 25, 2023 at 8:13 PM by an anonymous user from: Clarksville, Tennessee, United States

    Had the same thing happen to me for a total of 9,100 and the checks did go in my account just fine but eventually bounced but my bank did not honor them. I hate scammers and this is by far the most elaborate scam I have seen and needs to be televised to keep people protected. Just wondering if anyone ever lost all the money from the checks bouncing or if there banks caught it in time. Thnx for the message thread.

  • May 25, 2023 at 11:48 AM by an anonymous user from: Redmond, Washington, United States

    Integrated Computer Soulutions. Same scenario, Angela Stallings was the hiring manager. The check was from an auto repair shop? From Huntington bank. Thanks for this post.

  • May 25, 2023 at 11:17 AM by an anonymous user from: Blountville, Tennessee, United States

    I received the same email. Different named person, however from the email, I contacted the hiring manager, again, with a different name, a different phone # ID for Signal Messenger.

    The same scenario, my bank regularly verifies funds on all new checks submitted, this is their standard practice. When I took the check into the bank I was sent (7900.00), I informed the hiring manager of this practice beforehand.

    My bank would not honor the deposit, advised taking it to the police and allow them to deal with it.

    I filed for this job through and subsequently, (who processed the application).

    This is very disturbing that they are using a government agency to promote fraudulent job offers.

  • May 24, 2023 at 10:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Redmond, Washington, United States

    I experienced this same scam only the names were all different and the check amount was also a little different ($6600). My bank said it was a scam and would not accept the check for deposit. I actually received 3 of those job offer emails from 3 different named hiring managers for 3 different jobs. Please just ignore and be safe with your own money.

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Integrated Computer Solutions INC Scam Email and Signal Messenger