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Preferred Client Services Reports & Reviews (7)

Victim Location 48876
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

Letter in mail saying if I participate in a marketing study and promotion I will get to pick up an Android tablet. Gives me a package code and says to call. Even has an Amazon card attached with no value. And signed by a Stephanie Grecco. Does not say where you have to go to pick up the tablet. Letter is hand addressed.

Victim Location 49012
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

Letter invite household to participate in marketing study and promotion. Doing so enables participant to get a free Android Tablet Computer. All that's necessary is to complete an enclosed one-page survey form about the computer and return to company. (No return envelope included)

To receive tablet, must call number and give the package code that appears to be handwritten in blank. No shipping or handling to pay, nothing to purchase or subscribe to when you pick it up. (Obviously no shipping if you have to go pick it up!)

In addition, what looks like an Amazon gift card is glued to letter with "handwritten" note saying: Thanks!!! Call us to find out how to activate a $10 gift card. On back of card it states card has no value but requires calling number on letter. It also states Amazon.com is not a sponsor of the promotion.

I did not call since a search about the letter contents reveals that this scam seems to have begun in similar form in Ohio in 2015 with participant required to sit through 90-minute travel presentation (per BBB). Also Preferred Client Services has done something similar using a different address in Grand Rapids.

Victim Location 48213
Type of a scam Phishing

Preferred Client Services sent a letter addressed to me inviting my household to participate in a marketing study and promotion on a FREE Android Tablet Computer. They want me to complete a survey once I am done and I get to keep the tablet free of charge. I do not have to pay, purchase, or subscribe to anything to receive the tablet. There is no cost for shipping and handling, I simply pick it up. The letter also says that whether or not I complete the enclosed survey, the Android tablet is mine and to call their toll free number, 888-228-8543. The letter is signed by Stephanie Grecco, Coordinator of Product Research.

I have never heard of this place and I did not opt in to anything with Preferred Client Services.

Victim Location 48051
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Per the letter received in the mail is offering a Free Android Tablet Computer to complete a survey and a Android Tablet to keep. I am currently not at my home address, mail was forwarded to my current location, so not sure if this tablet has arrived at my home address or my front porch. I will not be keeping any package, I will not be calling the # provided to claim the item and I will follow up with other federal government branches on this scam.

Victim Location 48070
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

Letter - received on November 17, 2016 - indicates a Free Android Tablet Computer that you have to pick up. There is no doubt that there is a big catch, but the time and money are not going to be wasted to contact this firm. It is strongly suspected that some type of financial obligation is required to obtain the tablet. This was never solicited. Could this be breaking U.S. Mail regulations? The correspondences received in handwritten envelope from Preferred Client Services using P.O. Box 1588 in Whitehouse, TX 75791 (notice the Dallas, Texas postmark for a firm that has a Michigan address in Livonia). Form letter using your first name and giving you a package code number to pick up this android tablet., that it is free and you are obligated to pay,, purchase or sibscribe to anything. That they ask you to complete a survey that was enclosed about the tablet, and reguardless the tablet is yours free, just you must come in to their offices to pick it up. When you search this company under the Better Busness Bureau, that is is one of many companies under Global Vacation Network.

Victim Location 49505
Type of a scam Other

To participate in marketing study and promotion.for my help, I will pick up a FREE Android Tablet Computer on them. Try it and complete survey they enclosed. Whether I complete survey or not, the Android is mine to keep. Give them a call at (888) 228-7008. Also gave a package code number 1289-3950-4998.

Victim Location 48188
Type of a scam Phishing

Letter - received on February 2, 2016 - indicates a Free Android Tablet Computer that you have to pick up. There is no doubt that there is a big catch, but the time and money are not going to be wasted to contact this firm.

It is strongly suspected that some type of financial obligation is required to obtain the tablet.

This was never solicited. Could this be breaking U.S. Mail regulations?

Attached is a copy of the correspondences received (notice the Dallas, Texas postmark for a firm that has a Michigan address).

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