Anthony – Jun 11, 2020

Victim Location 39667

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Sent by postal. Wants you to deposit check in your acct. And buy eBay gift cards. Then send them a pic of cards with pin numbers.

Allen –

Victim Location 32226

Type of a scam Employment

Received a "cashiers" check for $950 with instructions to buy iTunes cards at Target or WalMart and scratch off to reveal the pin. Take pictures and text or email to 309 329 5716 or [email protected]

Kathryn –

Victim Location 32465

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I recieved a priority mail envelope in the mail with a letter from mspa( mystery shopping providers association) and a 1260.00 cashiers check so i could do my first mystery shopper evaluation. The instructions say to kindly cash/deposit the check at your bank as funds will be made available to you from the moment of deposit to 24 hours depending on your bank.proceed with both evaluations as soon as funds are available.

Wayne –

Victim Location 94134

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I am only reporting this company as a possible scammer. I can mail correspondence and “cashiers check”

Kayla –

Victim Location 43040

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received an email to be a mystery shopper and was of course excited cause I love to shop. Then received a letter in the mail via fed ex with a check for $999 and instructions to spend $30 of it at Walmart then keep $150 for my commission then send the rest to someone else in a money gram with strict instructions not to alert money gram I don’t know the person I’m sending the money too !

I received the emails from

James Carr

And was to send remaining money to

Eta johnson in Greenville Texas

They said they were with MSPA


Alana –

Victim Location 44074

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

They say you can be a mystery shopper and you can get paid 265.00 and your suppose to send the other money to the next person. It’s fake

Heidi –

Victim Location 07825

Type of a scam Employment

I was found on linked In as a "job opportunity" as a mystery shopper. I did give my name, address, and e-mail thinking it was a real company.

At first it sounded legit until I got a check for $1735, asking me to put it in my account then go to Western Union and send funds to China. Bells went off in my head when I first saw the large check amount.

I didn’t cash the check. I e-mailed saying I changed my mind and won’t cash the check. I was supposed to go to Walmart and report back, and then go to Western Union and report back, using the funds they gave me.

I have since received a note which threatened legal action if I don’t comply. The check was drawn out of Montana Federal Credit Union. The company was MSPA company, the "agent" micheal Bezoz. I was supposed to tell them I got the check (I inquired about the job, but didn’t agree to it) [email protected] was another contact e-mail I was supposed to respond to.

I am located in NJ.

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