Can I take legal action against a company who I believe to have committed employment fraud?

Question Details: About 12 months ago, I was hired by individuals posing as a real company for a remote support job. They gave me the money to buy the equipment necessary for the job and the money was moved but the technology never arrived. I was notified by the real company that these individuals were posing as them in order to gain identity information. The financial information itself, leads back to a SC company that shouldn't have been involved in the field of business of the real company. I have tried contacting this company twice, in order to resolve the issue, with no response. I tried contacting their parent company twice, with no response. I want to sue on the basis of employment fraud. What are my options?

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