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Megan –

Victim Location 97386

Total money lost $2,450

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a cashier’s check in the mail for $2,450. It was on a Saturday and I was on my way out the door it included a check which was to be deposited into my account, which I did do. My bank did not say that deposit was available yet but in a couple days later after the company told me that they released the funds, this was after I texted the phone number 805-301-70203 and I told them that "assignment received" then I had to let them know when I deposited the check and say check deposited, then they said to me the funds were available and I checked with my bank and it said the funds were available so after I told them the "funds were available" in my bank, they told me to go to my closest Walmart and to do a wire-to-wire Walmart transfer which I did for $2,281. In about 6 days later I received a notice from my bank saying that it was a fictitious check. I tried to get a hold of customer 1st and of course they don’t answer my text or my phone calls. I told the bank what had happened and they said it was my own fault for depositing the check, and that to report fraud I would only be reporting it on myself. I also went to the police department they didn’t act much interested and they wouldn’t even take a report number and then I contacted Walmart fraud department they said the only way they could help me was it the police department would call them, so I asked the police department to call them they told me they did which I don’t know if they did or not but they said the person that picked up the money by the name of Rolland Leggett was a fake name. So I lost $2,450 just like that of my own money.

Erin –

Victim Location 77586

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I got a cashier’s check in the mail so I called the bank were it was coming from and they told me it was a fake. I did not deposit the check I advise to always call the bank and make sure it’s real before doing anything. This scam is meant from mystery shoppers.



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