Watch and share the below video that I did of a scam stating they would pay $350 to complete a store survey. Ever heard of “gift card scams” or “money laundering schemes”? You’ll definitely want to keep reading & watching…
I also sent all evidence to the law enforcement agencies who oversee these types of scams. If you receive this, please report it to these agencies (and more as applicable).
Reputable companies very rarely use a generic email extension (ie: gmail, hotmail, yahoo, aol, etc.). Most reputable companies use their company name such as firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR THIS SCAM:
The email says it’s from “Paul” and the letter inside said it’s from “Paul Philips” from “A-Class Survey” with phone number 443-356-6525. The email they use is “email@example.com“
The return label on the USPS priority mail envelope says it’s from:
- Solano Lawton
- (hmmm… where’s Paul?)
- 729 Jefferson St.
- Fairfield, CA 94533-5511
**** CLOSE UP PICTURES BELOW VIDEO ****
The $2,375.90 cashier’s check was from “Independent Bank” in McKinney, Texas”
** WATCH & SHARE THIS VIDEO TO AVOID GOING TO JAIL **
- VIEW LINKED IN EMAIL
- VIEW SCAMMER’S EMAIL
- VIEW POSTAL ENVELOPE
- VIEW “SURVEY INSTRUCTIONS”
- VIEW CASHIER’S CHECK
** THIS guy scams the scammers (legally).
** THIS person almost fell for a scam.
UPDATE as of 7/27/19: today my daughter received the same thing but some details were different. Her Priority Mail envelope was from “Richard Hepner, 81 Nightingale Ave, # R2, Quincy, MA 02169-6413” and the bank was “Centris Federal Credit Union, 11825 Q. St., Omaha, NE 68137-3503” and listed on the bottom of the fake check that the “Remitter: Edna Gustos”. Everything else was the same.
Have you received a similar letter? What names & banking institutions does yours say? Let’s keep updating this so we can spread the education and awareness. Please don’t forget to report it so these criminals and scam artists can be prosecuted.
Post by Ms. Mozelle Martin