- Report: #423454
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Complaint Review: Amazon Direct Marketing A Division Of American Survey Research Organizations
Amazon Direct Marketing A Division Of American Survey Research Organizations51 West 51st Street Suite 108 New York, New York U.S.A.
Amazon Direct Marketing A Division Of American Survey Research Organizations Sent me a counterfit check New York New York
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$150.00 was for 2 hours of probationary training.
$250.00 was for being a Mystery Shopper.
$150.00 was for a Western Union/MoneyGram fee.
$3,410.00 was to be wired back to someone as part of the Myatery Shopper training.
I deposited the check into my account, 24 hours later I received a phone call from the Frauds Department at my bank telling me the check was a counterfit. The contact person was a Ms Wanda Jacob.
When I called the company to let them know, I was told that I would be contacted by someone in their accounts payable department. Of course no has called, and I can't get through to them either.
I could have been charged with passing a counterfit check.
Please let me know how to stop these people......
Statesville, North Carolina
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