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Victim Location 53089
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Initial email from fake email that seemed legit. Then sent me check with instructions to buy X amount of gift cards for X amount and then send the bar codes over. That was when I knew it was fake. Then check would bounce shortly after screwing you over.

Victim Location 48642
Type of a scam Employment

I was contacted initially through my school email. I clicked on click within email to fill out information to become a secret shopper. I then received a text and email to my personal accounts informing me I was selected and I would receive a package in the mail welcoming me on board and giving me instructions for future steps. I then got a letter in the mail with basic instruction and a check for $2,250.00. Instructions told me to deposit money into active checking account. To then purchase four $500 best buy gift cards as I would be using these for my secret shopper activities and to text the scratched off serial numbers to the number supplied above.

Victim Location 30305
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I was sent an email through my school email saying that there was a job opportunity with secret shopping. I signed up and they sent me a check and an assignment to do. They sent me a $1150 check saying that they wanted me to go to Walmart and buy about $900 in gift cards, then send them the codes and I can keep the rest of the money. I took it to my bank to see if it was fraudulent and it was. It was a PNC bank cashiers check.

Victim Location 66071
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Second time they have sent out this letter, first one was for wal Mart in amount of 2,370$ wanted gift cards second one for 1,000 for best buy, using cashier checkan postal money order

Victim Location 19809
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

The task was to go to Best Buy and purchase (4) $400.00gift cards. If purchased within 48hrs I can get $100 bonus. Totaling $300.00.

The $1900.00 check was made out to me along with these instructions. Also, the written out part of the check was $1,700.00. Which was another red flag!

Victim Location 29483
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a text message regarding a secret shopper opportunity and that I would be receiving a check in the mail explaining instructions to follow. The next day, (9/17/19) I received first priority mail with a cashiers check of $1,700 and a mystery shopper survey form asking me to fill out check boxes regarding the look and friendliness of employees for Best Buy. The letter stated to purchase $1,500 worth of Best Buy gift cards and scratch the numbers off the back, take pictures of them and email the pictures to [email protected] After the email was sent, I was to text 972-347-0281 to confirm the pictures were sent. At the end of the letter it stated I could keep $200 of the $1700 check.

Victim Location 29483
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a text message regarding a secret shopper opportunity and that I would be receiving a check in the mail explaining instructions to follow. The next day, (9/17/19) I received first priority mail with a cashiers check of $1,700 and a mystery shopper survey form asking me to fill out check boxes regarding the look and friendliness of employees for Best Buy. The letter stated to purchase $1,500 worth of Best Buy gift cards and scratch the numbers off the back, take pictures of them and email the pictures to [email protected] After the email was sent, I was to text 972-347-0281 to confirm the pictures were sent. At the end of the letter it stated I could keep $200 of the $1700 check.

Victim Location 19709
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a priority mail USPS Flat Rate Envelope which included a cashiers check for $1,900.00 and a survey sheet which included instructions on the back. The issue is, I don't ever recall signing up to be a mystery shopper so I automatically thought it was suspect. The instructions were for me to deposit the check and text them as soon as I deposited the check. Then to get four Best Buy Gift Cards for $400 each which would be a total of $1,600. The rest would be mine which would include the bonus for completing within 48 hours.

Victim Location 95677
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

The company reached out to me via my school email if i wanted a secret shopper job. Then a couple months later i received a “survey packet” in the mail congratulating me with my first assignment, instructions on buying Best Buy gift cards and a cashier’s check for $1,900.00. The company claimed i could keep $300 after all was completed.

Victim Location 27517
Type of a scam Employment

I received an email from my college (I am in an online program) to sign up for a secret shopper program. A few months after signing up, I got a letter with a check, probably fake, for $2,250 and instructions to buy $2000 worth of Best Buy gift cards and text pictures of them (with the access codes visible) to a phone number.

Victim Location 44221
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a priority Mail 2 day with a tracking number, with a letter and a check in the amount of $2250.00 the letter has a best buy stamp on top of letter very convincing. But the letter explains how i am to #1. contact them as soon as i receive the package, #2. deposit the check within 48 hours after receiving the check #3 go to best buy buy 4 $500.00 gift cards then scratch the silver strip and take a picture of the gift card number .

it says my pay is $200.00 or $300.0 if i am eligible to receive the bonus. then it says i am to save the cards because I am to using the purchased cards to shop at the same store during my next task.

my first clue was my last name it was not completely spelled out. my next clue was the 48 hours like i am being rushed to deposit this into my account and that i have to contact them as soon as i deposit the check. then if i but the items they are asking me to why would i have to scratch them and send them a pic of the numbers? that validates the card. and then they say i will use them on my next task, the cards are dead what could i use them for? i am glad i went to your site to look them up and my suspicions were correct! Thank you BBB

Victim Location 19977
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

My husband received this letter on the mail on 9/7/19. It also came with a cashier's check, and requested that he purchase giftcards and send pictures of them to the email address listed in the letter.

Victim Location 76657
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I have actively been looking for employment and I have been registering for side opportunities. Well during these times, I also enlisted in a university's career portal. I had thought this email was also part of the job portal. I enlisted to the job offer, and a week after I was accepted. I recieved another email and soon a mail. There were two checks with $950 amount each. They offer an $100 bonus if the task is done within 48 hours. I replied with a text message, verifying the packet was recieved. After this I noticed the address and did a little research and found a dentist office for the address provided. No further action was done.

Victim Location 23661
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Received email from college about job. Requested information, never heard back. Received check in mail telling me to deposit check, to buy 4 best guy gift cards, keep $200 plus $100 if completed within 48 hours, donate $50 to charity, scratch the back, and send the codes to the company at [email protected] Check and letter sent priority mail from Marcus Williams on return label with tracking number and all.

Victim Location 97402
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I just started school online and am brand new to the environment. I didnt know that the school's email i was assigned DOESNT HAVE A SPAM FILTER. I received a very official looking email saying they were hiring students to perform surveys in their community and i was in an area chosen for surveys. I was open to the idea of a few hundred extra bucks per month while i am busy with schooling and filled out my application for the job offered. i later received an email saying i was approved and to wait for a packet in the mail with further instructions. No one said there was going to be a 2500 dollar cashier check inside and when i saw that i was very surprised. THAT WAS RED FLAG NUMBER ONE. no one just "sends money without alerting the receiver to be on the lookout". The instructions were to purchase 4 best buy gift cards and scratch to reveal the number and send the info to him via picture and await my next instructions. I tested the security features of the check and texted the number on the letter to say i received the check and was depositing it via mobile deposit. Thankfully it was on a saturday before labor day so everything was super closed and i had time to process this. That next monday i awoke to a very abrasive text from this individual who was being very desperate and pushy about me making the deposit even though i told him i already did it and it was a holiday. RED FLAG NUMBER 2 RIGHT THERE. I was a little sketched out and looked on my online banking and it said the check was approved so i was like "OK that must've been legit if my freaking bank OK'd it." Not the case. 2019 everything is in the cloud and if anything comes back later as fraud. IT'S ALL ON YOU. and by the time you realize that was a fake check, the [censored] has up and left with all that best buy money for free. So don't assume that you are getting this offer because you are "Special" That's not how life works. i called my bank and they said it is most definitely fake and thankfully i don't owe them the money because i had time to process what could've been disastrous for a new student. Be smart. do research. it's 2019 people it takes 5 minutes to get online and protect yourselves against these evildoers. Hopefully you caught this in time

Victim Location 60634
Type of a scam Employment

Scammer “George Badin” mailed letter with fake check for $2,250. I cashed it in but I’m sure it’s fake although it looked very real. The letter said it was an opportunity to become a mystery shopper for Best Buy. With the check for $2,250 you purchase $2000 worth of Best Buy gift cards (4 $500 gift cards). And keep a bonus but you have to send pictures of best gift card codes. His number is +1 (972) 901-2454.

Victim Location 98532
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a package in the mail with the letter/survey instructions and a check of $2,250. See letter.

Victim Location 33130
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a letter about going to best buy to purchase gift cards with a check to cover expenses and pay me on top. After some investigation online I found that there is already a BBB alert about this specific scam. I wanted to report it as a confirmation as to what your report already shows.

Victim Location 44505
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Actionable intelligence delivery sent me a check for 1935 dollars. Wanted me to go buy best buy gift cards and keep the rest. Scratch off the back and take pictures and send them to a number. Luckily my bank let me know so I didn't cash it and wasn't effected.

Victim Location 28202
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a text from "David Spain" saying:

"Hi (name) , Your survey packet should have been delivered to you. I need a status update!!! Did you deposit your check? David".

I replied "wrong number" blocked the number, and reported the text to the FCC.

I checked my mail and received a package from:

Mary Moummar 12344 Flat Shoals Rd Covington GA 30016

The package contained a double-sided paper with a mystery shopping survey on one side and instructions to complete it on the other. Also included:

A check #655190 for $2250 from Genisys Credit Union routing #272483905 2100 Executive Hills Blvd. Auburn Hills MI 48326 signed by Jackie Buchanan with remitter Arianna Deppen

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