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Hello, I have a problem. I joined a company that is in London

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Hello, I have a problem. I joined a company that is in London (I am in Miami), by the internet which they offered a job in cashing checks and sending the funds to them. They sent me two checks for two different amounts and I had to cash them in my bank. Once I have done that I would transfer the money by western union to the places they indicated. Problem is now my bank is charging me the checks I cashed because they had no funds. The bank did not see that and cashed my checks anyways. How is that my fault if I had no idea that the checks had no funds. Do I still have to pay them even though it was the banks fault that didn't notice?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Dwayne B. replied 6 years ago.
Yes, you still have to pay them. This is a scam, as you found out, but the law is clear that if you present the checks for payment and they are paid then you are responsible when they come back. The banks do not verify funds on every check.

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