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Because I was suspicious, I checked on line for Walmart Scams and sure enough the very type of scam was recorded by another person who actually lost money on the deal. As different fraud sites explained, "If it sounds too good to be real, it probably isn't real." I just don't want anyone else to be hurt. It seems such a "God send" when it offers you such an easy way to make $350 just for buying gift cards secretly to check on the employees ability to properly address the redemption of such cards. All that really happens is they get your bank information (you must email them a picture of the deposit receipt). Assigned to purchase five $500 gift cards and one $100 gift card for a total of $2600 with the remaining $350 being your commission. DON'T DO IT! $2950 cashiers check drawn on UNION Union Bank & Trust made payable to me by my full name which I only use on IRS forms. *** *** ***1012 are the numbers on the bottom of the check. Marinda M Sallen is the authorized signature.

A few weeks ago, I filled out an online survey from a business I frequent. The survey was through MailChimp or some other survey software I recognized and felt to be legitimate. The survey asked me if I'd be willing to take other random surveys, which I agreed to, and one of the survey questions was whether I'd be willing to be a mystery shopper. I said yes. Today I received in the postal mail an envelope with the return address of "Carrie Vallone, 6218 N. 41st St, McAllen, TZ 78504 and which appeared to be personal mail. I opened it to find a "BancorpSouth" check made out to me for $2850., a cover letter on ostensibly Walmart stationery with numerous grammatical errors and instructions to deposit the check in my personal account and to send a photo of my deposit receipt and then go to Walmart (no store specified) and purchase $2500 worth of gift cards and keep $350 for myself. Letter purported to be from a "Mr. Larry James, MBA" who is the "Survey Coordinator/Consumer Protections LCC at email [email protected] and phone number

I received a $2850 check from Larry James, a survey coordinator at Consumer Protections LLC. I was supposed to deposit the check in my account, and after completing a survey as a mystery shopper, keep $350 and take $1500 to Walmart and get 5 $500 gift card. Once finished, I was to scratch off the numbers on the back including the security code and send a picture to him.

- Sacramento, CA, USA

I received a priority mail from Emanuel Lopez, 1440 W Bitters Rd #703 San Antonio TX 78248 that contained a cashier's check for $2950 remitter was Susan a Moore and signed by 2 people - Claudia something and Sp... with instructions from Company called Consumer Protections LL - Actionable Intelligence Delivery # 1 Employer of Mystery Shoppers and a survey form.

The instructions was for me to go to my bank and deposit the check and contact Alfredo Roman (Survey Coordinator) via text: 805-294-2330 or via email: [email protected] so that the funds can be released and available the next day. Once the funds were available, I am to deduct $250 for my commissions, $300 for the purchase of iTunes gift cards, and withdraw $2400 for second part of the survey.

I am to a Walmart and text that I am there - if no response I am to proceed as follows:

Part A - purchase $300 iTunes gift cards in multiple denominations. Once purchased to text a picture of the receipt and the scratched/peeled area of the cards.

Part B - purchase 3 money orders of $800 each and fill out the survey based on the gift card and money order purchases.

When both Part A and B has been completed, I am to text or email pictures of all receipts, gift cards and money order. this will be followed by mailing instructions on where to send all the items.

- Elk Grove, CA, USA

Today I received this along with a questionnaire and a cashiers check for $2950.00 in a USPS envelope. I don’t remember signing up to be a mystery shopper I don’t even know how a person becomes one, but reading the directions, it just does not seem legit. It feels like a scam. I googled the phone number someone else’s name popped up, not Alfredo Roman and I googled Consumer Protections LLC, nothing

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