This scam is targeting at those looking for work with resumes posted to job sites. For me, specifically monster.com. In other words they know your are in need and possibly weakened due to the stress of no income. Granted, I feel like an idiot for falling for it but the ruse looks legit. There's a contract in legalize, no money up front and no sales involved.
The crux is they need payment processors in the USA to bridge payments from US-based customers to the company -- Doral International -- in Canada. Personal check(s) are sent to you, the representative, you then cash the check at your banking institution and send a money transfer to the Doral Finance department. The guise is that there is a month delay if payments in the form of checks are sent from the US to Canada and they also do not want end customers to have to go through the process of sending money transfers. They bypass this by utilizing representatives (morons like me) to send the money transfers.
You deposit the check, send a money transfer via Western Union, and take a percentage off the top for your fee. I searched and vetted and it appears that Doral International is an established company, which leads me to believe the "financial department representave" -- Andrea Bridges -- is utilizing Doral as a vehicle for her (or whomever) scam. Outwardly all appeared to be on the up and up so like an idiot I fell for it.
It's pathetic in that out of work individuals are targeted and the company (Doral) is valid making it seem more feasible.