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Billingsley Residential No. 3 LP Imposter Reports & Reviews (1)

- Roselle, IL, USA

I received an email on Feb 16, 2018 from: elrinsoma70@ednet with the subject line of [ Mystery_ Shoppers ] 2018. It stated they had customer service survey assignments in my location and that I would be paid USD500 in the form of a cashiers check. The email was addressed to me and was from Sheila Stone, Team Recruitment. They asked for my name, address, age and phone number which I provided on that same day, saying I would be interested in the assignment.

On Feb 27, 2018 I received a reply from [email protected] a "Wilson Westbrooke" advising me I had been accepted for the job and assigned as a secret agent with the agency and my agency #9550. In order to receive my assignment and payment I had to confirm receipt of the email and confirm my information. I emailed back my confirmation.

On Mar 12, 2018 I received in the mail a priority mail envelope from "Volker Brohm" 511 Prospect Ave Apt 7, Bethlehem, PA 18018-5349. Enclosed was a check that looked like a xerox. It was check number 1933 and was from Billingsley Residential No.3, LP, 1722 Routh Street, Suite 770, Dallas, TX 75201. The bank listed on the check is Texas Capital Bank, N.A. McKinney Avenue Banking Center, 2100 McKinney Avenue, Suite 10, Dallas, TX 75201 Routing #111017979, Account # 151006130, Dated Mar 134, 2018 in the amount of $3,842.32.

Also enclosed in the envelope was a letter of instruction which stated I would receive in the envelope a check in the amount of $3,865.00 which I was suppose to take to my bank and cash it (if it could not be cashed I was to deposit it until it cleared) and take $300 for my pay and buy a $20 Cashiers Check made out to the American Cancer Society (using $10 of the money to purchase it). I was asked to take notes for my report notating the cashiers name, time it took to be serviced, attitude of cashier, ambiance of the environmnent, etc. Then I was suppose to take $50 of the money and go shopping for items for myself from Walmart/CVS, 7-Eleven notating again the same criteria for the bank. Then I was to take $3,450 in cash and deposit it in a bank with an account number texted to me after I advised them what bank I was at. Then I was to send in my report, a picture or scanned copy of the purchased cashier check, shopping receipt and bank deposit slip to [email protected]. If I accomplished all of this within 24-48hours I was to get a $100 bonus.

I became suspicious when I received the envelope and things didn't match up and it looked fake. I googled the bank to see if the address and routing number where legit and found that they were not. I also found it odd that the envelope came from an apartment in Pennsylvania. Also the email address went from [email protected] to [email protected]. Also Wilson Westbrooke's name changed to Wilson Hudson in a subsequent email stating that the check should arrive no later than today 3/13/18 and I should text or call him at 347-353-8431.

I don't know if this is a money laundering scam or an attempt to get my banking information but it didn't feel right.

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