I'm a cynic. Always have been, always will be, no cure. So for the past two weeks I've been really aggressive with my job search. I put resumes on every site imaginable, including the WashingtonPost Jobs site, Careerbuilder, everything under the Sun. So, I got an e-mail yesterday. So that was yesterday. I just had the interview, completely online through the messenger, from 2pm to about 3pm. I was REALLY awry of this because I'm aptly aware of the job scams on the internet. The interview was a little funny because I'm so cynical about this, and him, and underlying motives, and everything. I asked a lot of questions about the company, is there a web site, are there other employees who do this, how the training would be conducted if it's all from home, where the equipment would come from, he said everything would be covered, basically, and that I'd get funds from the company for the things needed. It wasn't like a typical job interview where you ask questions afterward and are told everything and asked about your resume, asked about you... that never happened. Also never asked for the usual things you expect from a scam job, never asked for personal information, no birth date, no social security number, no credit card, no money, nothing but my name, address, and phone number (mobile), then I was given an employment agreement letter to sign, confirming that I'm being employed by them. He just got on, e-mailed me the details of the job position, a summary of the company, and it included info on salary and benefits ($18/hour for all-day training M-F; working salary after training of $23/hour -- $38k per year -- with 401k, paid vacation, health and dental, sick leave, all benefits after 3 months with the company), and told me that funds for the equipment would be sent to me in the first week, and be paid biweekly. I have a lot of questions about this still, because I'm not sure if it's legit or not, but in case it's not a scam, I didn't want to ruin my chances at this job offer. So... we'll see, but I'm not stopping my job search until I confirm the paychecks are in my hand and already cashed in my purse. What do you think about this? Does it seem like a scam? Legit? :unsure: Also, the company is international, headquartered in the UK, with the US office in Texas, and I would be working from home 100% as far as I know now. I'm supposed to be getting materials like a desk, an all in one printer, scanner, fax, copier, and a laptop, and a special type of printer for bar codes. When I asked about how I would get them, he said the company would send me the funds... I'm wondering why they won't purchase the materials for me and send them themselves. We'll see... ???