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Victim Location 43031
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received an unexpected package from Anthony ***. When open it was a offical check from aea federal credit *** *** *** *** *** Arizona 85364 in the amount of $2,350.00 made out to me RE: Jacqueline *** Also, with the check its a paper that says *** *** Survey Actionable Intelligence Delivery#1 Employer of Myster Shoppers. This paper has a break down of how I am to only deposited this check into my account & not to mention this to no1. Then text *** once I deposited it so funds are made available to me. The paper also breaks down hoe am supposed to go to Apple Store & purchase 2 $1000 Apple gift cards totaling $2,000. Then am asked to text *** conforming assignments has been done. Scratch off the of the gift cards & reveal the codes sending a clear picture of each. I googled the credit union for a phone number & when speaking with a aea federal credit Union associated she confirmed the check number #578422 was not a valid check. So basically this is a scam & had I dnt been smart This could of really got me in unknowingly illegal actions & a lot of money loss that I dnt have to loss. Please catch these ppl. This is not the 1st time I have received 1 of these fake check scams. I just want them to stop. Because am already in a financial hardship & when you see check for $2,350 with your name on it in your mailbox,you start thinking how that money can help u get groceries or put gas in da car or buy a real bed & sofa. Its not cool at all.

Victim Location 85210
Type of a scam Phishing

This was a robo call from the social security administration advising me that my social security number has been flagged for identity theft and that my criminal attorney needs to contact them back immediately before my arrest. I called them back at that number and the connection was very scratchy and horrible. The person on the other line had such a thick Indian accent, they were very hard to understand. They started asking for my social security number and name. I told them I was not going to provide any information and I knew this was not the social security administrations phone number, then they hung up on me.

Victim Location 55987
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

The following (with the headers, to aid in tracking) speaks for itself:

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From: Vanessa Marr

Subject: Dear Recipient,

Thread-Topic: Dear Recipient,

Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 11:35:29 +0000


Reply-To: Vanessa Marr

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Dear Recipient,

You have been selected to receive $2,000,000.00 USD, from John Alford and =

Pauline donation award. Kindly reply to the below e-mail for more details.=

Contact e-mail: [email protected]

Yours sincerely,

Mr. John Alford and Pauline.

Contact e-mail: [email protected]


This email has been scanned by MessageLabs' Email Security System

on behalf of the University of Brighton. For more information see:

Victim Location 89512
Type of a scam Employment

This company proposed a job opportunity as a purchasing clerk on a salaried base. The job requirements included, your credit report which you have to send to them so they can have access to your personal credit details and credit cards. Please be warned. This company is a hoax and it may seem so good to be true but be careful not to fall a victim.

Victim Location 07444
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Email and text messages had me believing to be a secret shopper. The large check seems too good to be true. Online reports indicate that this is a money wire scam. Check not cashed but they have my contact information

Victim Location 89074
Total money lost $1,000
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

Stay Away! This Company was quick to answer our calls at first and get us enrolled claiming debt reduction without fees. Then our first payment was withdrawn 5 days before it was supposed to, they said they made a mistake and we have them the chance to do better. They then continued to take payments from our account that were unauthorized and stopped answering calls or emails when we reported them to our bank. The company *** *** who process all the bank drafts was also unreachable. Stay away from this company - stay away from Randy *** who will act like your point of contact.

Victim Location 90004
Total money lost $9,000
Type of a scam CryptoCurrency

i had know one website by telegram group they told us to invest by bitcoin minimum invest is 20$ and you will got 20% of the money after 24hours. since i had deposit twice for the same plan they told me that my account was error and want me to do other deposit for make my account active . but after i do deposit by account still not activate and they ask me to other 4 deposit and it coast around 7000USD . after the last deposit they ask us to wait for account set by but no my account not back . They ask more deposit again and they all add bonus to my account to see there are lot money to make us want it. they have a group of scam not only one and also not only one website . they have many website like :,

Victim Location 92058
Total money lost $79.95
Type of a scam Moving

This is crazy. I never went to this website to fill out my change of address. I thought that I was on the USPS website. I thought the form looked odd and that it was odd that I didn't receive the confirmation page at the end of the process stating that my card was charged the $1 or $2 fee that the post office charges (I've done this before on-line). I noticed that something seemed different, but didn't think too much of it. I've seen other complaints from people who state that they were somehow redirected to this site. I believe that they may have hacked the USPS. I went to their site after reviewing my credit card statement tonight and seeing a charge of $79.95 from ***. This is insane. I cannot believe that this company still has a website up. They need to be taken down.

Victim Location 78619
Type of a scam Online Purchase

Wanted to get a golden retriever from genial golden retrievers and it was all a complete scam. No pics of the adult dogs, ages of puppies don’t change and when we went to make a down payment the address the money would be going to was in a different country(I was told it was going to Virginia). A total scam.

Victim Location 40701
Total money lost $25.98
Type of a scam Online Purchase

First it’s worth mentioning they do not only run under *** ***, I was billed originally by a company called * *** ** *** *, and then billed again, same amount, by a different company called * *** *. After finding a flagged receipt in my email, I decided to track them down. First searching for “ *** ** *** *** * which led me to a website that had no working phone number and misleading links. I then searched that phone number which brought me to a company called * *** *, same sort of company as *** ** *** I noticed the addresses were the same place. So I searched the address which eventually led me to *** *** fortunately did have a functioning phone number. When I first contacted them, a woman answered and for 1, was irritated that I filed a dispute and then 2, claimed they were a retailer/partner with *** television company. If she was a *** representative, or a “ *** *** “ she probably wouldn’t have laughed at me & been irritated that I filed a dispute. So that seemed off to me. After explaining the 12.99 charge was from a free trial that ended after the first 9 months for “ internet IP security “, I told her I did not have *** internet and they do not even service my area. Eventually she “cancelled” my subscription for this internet security I supposedly had.

We then went to find our *** papers, which stated every charge, why they charged it, and included 2 charges that were free trials, but would end in 6 months and 3 months. So if I was going to be charged after 9 months for an “internet IP security”, I’m pretty sure it would’ve been on my *** papers. Considering this, we called *** and we’re met with the most helpful woman ever, whom also mentioned she had another lady call and complain about the exact same situation A WEEK AGO. she assured me that *** did not even offer internet IP security, or internet security at all really. And she took note of the whole situation so she could forward it all to her boss.

After that phone call, confirming NONE of these companies had anything to do with *** and they didn’t even offer those types of services through them or any retailer, we decided to call ***  again. The woman who picked up this time said her name was “Stephanie”, stephanie explained the same thing the first woman did. After I told her that I contacted dish, and they do not have any affiliations with anybody who offers IP security, she was very noticeably irritated. Yet laughed at me and continued to explain the lies they were telling me from the beginning. I told her we were in contact with our bank, we have disputed the payments, and we’re going to attempt legal action, so here it is. They are ran out of Arizona it seems like, I was told I wasn’t allowed to have the supervisors phone number or last name, but her/his name is supposed to be *** or *** and that I should just call back during the week to speak with them. My guess is because they were scared & didn’t have an answer to the fact that I blatantly proved them wrong.

After further investigation we found a man named David *** who seems to be running a multitude of fake businesses including *** & all the other listed fake companies before. When you search this man, it states very clearly that he is the owner of a company called *** *** as well ( web address is not valid - worth mentioning ). This *** *** business has also scammed people out of thousands. There is a real ** *** ran out of VA, this one is legitimate. The one ran out of AZ, has a complaint from somebody who had every single bank account of theirs drained by this fake ** *** company ran out of AZ and had to contact police and change every number they had. A similar situation happened to another person using ** ***  out of AZ, to which they were laughed at after their money got stolen and were told “we won! Haha”.

Essentially, even if this man & ** *** aren’t affiliated with the company *** that I have had issues with, they are still a scam company and both ( ALL ) need to be shut down immediately. But it also clearly states on the *** ** *** *** * *** under the “leadership team” that this man does in fact own *** ** *** *** ** *** ***, & *** as well as on his personal Facebook page we found — therefore I think it’s important to not only look into the *** company, but also all of these other clearly connected companies as well they are scamming people out of a lot of money. I was just a lucky one that was only scammed out of at least 30$.

Victim Location 48860
Type of a scam Other

They advertise they are selling a vehicle on Facebook marketplace. When you email them for more information they want your eBay information and money sent to them. They claim they are in the military.

Victim Location 48860
Type of a scam Phishing

They advertise a vehicle for sale on Facebook marketplace when you email them about it they tell you they are in the military and that's why they are selling it so cheap. It is a nice vehicle. Then they want your eBay information and you to send money through eBay and they will ship you the vehicle.

Victim Location 32901
Total money lost $2,501
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

My experience Viral Dollars was okay at first but, I shouldn't have wait to receive the money that I earn then they want to say it was a fraud on the account were there wasn't. they are nothing but scammer to scam people to make their website popular and that is wrong to do to people.

Victim Location 32901
Total money lost $2,501
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

My experience Viral Dollars was okay at first but, I shouldn't have wait to receive the money that I earn then they want to say it was a fraud on the account were there wasn't. they are nothing but scammer to scam people to make their website popular and that is wrong to do to people.

Victim Location 90280
Total money lost $1,000
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I advertised a set of wheels and tires online. Excited that I finally got an interested buyer. Sent me an email stating a certified bank check was delivered via FedEx. They sent more of the amount I asked for so I can pay the pick up person. I figure, check is good, I was able to cash it therefore I’ll help you with the pick up process. I sent money through Zelle. Within two days they delivered another check and requested to help them transfer more money via money gram to pay off the pick up crew. I did not agreed and that’s when I realized this was a scam.

Victim Location 40047
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

While viewing Craigslist, I found a Rv I liked. Web address In order to chat live I gave email and phone number. Said they have repo RVs, cars, boats, etc. With 20% down on unit, it would be shipped to you free if over $2000.00 purchase. I never gave them my banking info, but I don't know what they can do with my phone number and email. I decided to check then out on BBB and found this. They sent me return emails, along with my manuscript of my chat with them.

Victim Location 47161
Type of a scam Phishing

“In accordance with state and federal regulations you are hereby being notified of the pending claim in our office your file number is ###### it is in your best interest to speak to a live representative now by pressing one or either you or your attorney contact global management at telephone number 800-839-1639 this is an urgent matter requiring your immediate attention please reference to your file number when calling in You have been officially notified thank you.”

Victim Location 05201
Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill

I received an email saying my domain had expired altho I had just renewed, Also the charged it as $86. Not my Host.

So obviously a scam

Victim Location 07860
Type of a scam Employment


We are a specialized agency in customer service research, member of M.S.P.A the professional trade association for the mysteryshopping industry. We need to recruit candidate to become a shop-evaluator in your location.

As shop-evaluator, You will be assigned to visit a shopping store available in your area and Complete the assignment. We will pay 500-USD for each the assignment. You can do the jobs part-time while having other jobs, at least 1-2 assignment/week will you receive .

If you interested in joining our team, please send your details information.

+ Name (First/Last):

+ Address (Not PO. Box):

+ City/State/Country:

+ ZipCode:

+ Phones:

+ CurrentJob:

Your response would be greatly appreciated, Thank you.


Alyson Hanks

Team official recruitment

Copyright 2019 MSPA-Agency LLC. All right reserved.

Victim Location 78666
Type of a scam Phishing

I recieved a call at my office from a company claiming to be from *** *** and they said that there was a problem with my company showing up on the map. After talking a few minutes they told me that they(***) worked with a partner company called *** and that *** could fix my issues. I called the number that they gave me and it wasnt until later that I realized that the first call was ***  pretending to be ***.

I did sign up for their service under the understanding that they were a company that "vetted" companies for *** and that they were a partner company of ***  Five days later I did an activation call with *** where it was disclosed to me that what they actually do is take control of your Google my business account, Facebook account, Twitter account, Instagram , Yelp, Bing and they also open accounts in your name to do organic SEO. I explained to them that there must be some confusion becuase that was not my understanding of their services and that we already manage our SEO in house. I asked to stop the activation and cancel my service. Since then they have demanded that I pay a years service because I cancelled early. They publicly advertise on their website a guarantee that if you do not get through a "fully executed activation call" you are entitled to a full refund.

This company uses deceptive sales practices and obviously has a culture of lying and decieving the customer.

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