... But I can't cash it, because it's a scam. Got it in the post this morning, which was a pretty fucking nice way to wake up let me tell you! But looked into it and, as expected, it was too good to be true. Let me break it down for you: They send me the cheque with the idea I cash it at my bank, take $150 as a fee for myself, and send the rest via Western Union to a "Sean X" in London, England ("X" being where my last name would be, or yours.) in what is apparantly a mystery shop to test Western Union's service... But what actually happens according to THIS PAGE is that the cheque will bounce gloriously, and I'll be hounded by the company to pay them back the full $1900 out of my own pocket. If I hadn't just gotten a job, I might have been tempted to work my way around this somehow. But if anyone else gets stuff like this, send the cheque back to them ASAP. I'm also going to Western Union and the bank the cheque came from (In this case, CIBC) and see if they can do anything about it. Anyone else received shit like this in the mail?