Multiple West Virginia Law Firms have reported scams involving “prospective clients” that use doctored information related to sexual harassment settlements. The prospective client provides very convincing evidence and a fake cahiers check to the attorney that is then rejected by your bank after processing.

The basic premise is that the individual was an employee of Sunbelt Rentals in Charleston, WV.  A new female manager (who was related to the CEO) transferred into the location. The female manager then began making sexual advances toward the prospective client. Refusing the advances, the prospective client made a complaint. He was allegedly terminated shortly thereafter.  The URL for the corporate email address is not a valid URL (although it looks very close to Sunbelt’s actual website).