Thanks for requesting me.
You have been scammed, and if you can find these folks you can take steps against them, such as suing the and having them prosecuted.
This company appears to have once been legitimate. They incorporated in New York State on February 23, 2012 and still display on the website of the New York State Secretary of State as a lawful active NYS corporation.
They do not list an agent for the service of process if you were to try to serve the company with a law suit but the Chief Executive Officer is listed and that may be of use to you/the police. I am giving you a screenshot attached.
This company is known to the Better Business Bureau and is A+ rated. So something may have happened to them -- they had to declare bankruptcy -- for example. They may not be out and out fraudsters. Here's the BBB review. They have had no complaints about them and they have been aware of them for their entire history.
So before you call the police, report them to the Better Business Bureau and see if they can assist you. You can also contact the New York State Attorney General's Office, which handles consumer protection issues for the the state. They may know something about what happened to them, and you'd want to report the to the State Attorney General anyway. You can also report them to the Federal Trade Commission at FTC.gov.
And finally, yes, when you've done that, if you should report it to the police.
If all else fails, report it to your accountant. If this was a failed business venture you might be able to get something back in the form of a deduction when you file your taxes for 2016.