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Driving back, all Jacquelyn Halushka could think about was how weird it was to be feeding five $100 bills into a bitcoin ATM at a liquor store. 

She had never been to the Star Market on a winding, rural part of Joslyn Road in Lake Orion where the Cash2Bitcoin ATM stands by the front window, next to the regular ATM and some Bud Light Seltzer.

“I never bought bitcoin before,” she said.

All Halushka, 27, wanted was a good paying job. And they told her in early August that the bitcoin task was part of the process.

After a long job interview via a messaging app, Halushka was told she was hired. She received a contract and later a $6,548 check was overnighted to her home in Oakland Township by Federal Express for her to buy Apple computer products to work remotely as an administrative assistant for a biopharmaceutical company.

She took a photo of the check to deposit it through her bank’s mobile app. Her bank only made $500 immediately available.

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