Victim Location 08204
Type of a scam Employment
I received via priority 2-Day mail, a cashiers check in the amount of $1,796.00 drawn "Communication Federal Credit Union, located in Oklahoma City, Ok," along with a letter of instruction asking me first to text the company when assignment received identifying myself in the text, then depositing the check with a text stating check deposited and again identifying myself, wait 24 hours for check to clear, and via text again stating funds available so that they can authorize the issuing bank to release funds into my account. Then I am to deduct the agreed salary of $150 and then they would forward to me what needs to be done at Walmart and could be either making a purchase or carrying out financial services. The return address states that this is from Modern Welding Co, not Market Force Business Evaluation Services.
Victim Location 77044
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order
I received a letter via Priority Mail from a well known school in Philadelphia, PA. The letter contained a casher’s check in the amount $2,287.58 with detailed instructions on what to do with the check. The letter explained their research organization measures and reinforce service standards and compliance using surveys and audits to improve quality and performance and increase customer loyalty with the use of qualified and professional people.
The letter indicated the check is in the amount of $2,287.58 because it contains my salary od $300 and a balance of $1,987.58 is what I will be spending at Wal-Mart when I carry out my task.
The letter indicated I must carry out the task within 24 hours of receiving the letter. I am to text the following messages in this order to 347-966-4303 using the term Assignment received, Check Deposited, then Funds available.
They indicated once they receive the text message Funds Available and Received by them, I am to deduct $300 for my salary and they will forward me the information of what needs to be done at Wal-Mart.
I contacted the school listed on the return address to inform them their priority mail account and an educator may be at risk of fraud. The school did confirm their address but had no such educator. I faxed a copy of the letter, the cashiers’ check, and the return address label so they could do their own investigation.
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