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Jesse –

Victim Location 54017

Total money lost $1,495.87

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

On 2/9/2017 I received a priority mail package addressed from Sherry Allen, 12 Ernest Ave, Sorrento, FL 32776. Tracking # ***. USPS tracking website shows it was picked up on 2/7/2017 at Cape Coral, FL 33914.

The instructions for this Checkpoint Survey Mystery shopping assignment told me to confirm receipt by texting the cell number above which I texted at 7:34 pm, from my cell phone, above. As instructed, on 12/10/17 I cashed the cashier check for $1815.00, check number #***, dated 1/30/17. The name on the check was Cody Hutchinson and it was from Aim Bank, 110 College Ave, Levelland, TX 79336.

I followed the instructions and went shopping at the closest Dollar General store to purchase 3 $500 One Vanilla Mastercard or Visa prepaid cards. Once purchased, at 6:56 pm, I took photos of the front and back of all 3 cards with my cell, sending them only to my e-mail that night. I sent the pictures along with the Mystery shopper report, via e-mail to the e-mail above as requested on 2/11/17 @ 12:10. The instructions stated the cards would be used for my next assignment. I received a reply text on 2/11/17 @ 12:39 stating "Assignment report received and pending review"

I learned today 2/16/17 that the check was fraudulent and that my bank had marked it returned. The balance of the $1500 cards except for $4.13 has been used, not by me but for online shopping, at different retailers including, staples and United, according to the OneVanilla customer service attendee. I learned that I can dispute the uses, but it may take as long as 120 days. I see what I did wrong, in many ways and although I wanted to believe I was serving as a true Mystery Shopper, I know my trust was not well placed.



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