In reality, you have not been given a job with Google, but rather you may have been tricked into sending money to a scam artist.
If you were contacted by email from a Gmail address, you can report abuse (http://support.google.com/mail/bin/request.py?contact_type=abuse) to help Google take appropriate action on accounts involved in this scam.
Read more about work-from-home scams at fbi.gov or http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2009/april/workathome_041709.Learn more about real Google jobs at www.google.com/about/careers.
If you think you have been contacted as part of a Google Job Offer Scam, we encourage you to report it to us.
Google is unable to respond to all individual inquiries.
Send the attachment(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org using the same email account used to report the scam in this form.
If you sent money, include any unique identifiers for this transaction, such as the MoneyGram Reference Number, Western Union Money Transfer Control Number, or the bank account / routing number you were instructed to transfer funds to. Unique identifiers does not include any account credentials, secret hint questions/answers, etc…