• Report: #885876

Complaint Review: CRM Blackstone intl.net

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  • Submitted: Mon, May 21, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, November 29, 2012

  • Reported By: crM bLACK STONEINTL.NET — miami springs Florida United States of America
CRM Blackstone intl.net
po box 188 Internet United States of America

CRM Blackstone intl.net CRM mystery Shopper fraud- left my account in negative Internet

*Consumer Comment: Mystery Shopper Mystery

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: i fell for this s**t to

*Consumer Comment: What happened..

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I Got a check in the Mial last week for $1449.95   ( for some mystery shopper that they wanted me too do so I did what the letter said and active it and took the Bank the check was deposit last thursday  .Look this Company should be sued and I was left with my Bank account on Negavtive this amount  on top of this the Bank said that i had to pay for this why????

I fell for this crap !!!!!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Mystery Shopper Mystery

AUTHOR: Liz - (United States of America)


What is a mystery to me is why anybody would think that a legitimate company would hire people to work for them in the manner described, including sending a check for several hundreds of dollars in the mail like that. 

Here's a tip to help with this and similar scams, as well. A legitimate company will never ask you to conduct company business using your own personal checking account.

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#2 REBUTTAL Individual responds

i fell for this s**t to

AUTHOR: ericag - (United States of America)

THIS COMPANY NEED TO BE SUED BIG TIME FOR DOIN PEOPLE LIKE THAT IN THIS TRYN TO MAKE MONEY AND THIS IS WHAT THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA GET THAT NOT FARE IF YOU ARE FRUADED UPON U SHOULD NOT HAVE TO PAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What happened..

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

You fell for a very common scam because you thought you could make some "easy" money and the scammers know it.  I bet that out of the $1449.95 you were told your "pay" was somewhere in the $200-$300 range for what was in reality no more than an hour or so of work.

There is no company to sue because just about everything they told you is fake.   That's right their names are fake.  The address is fake, the Phone Number is to a Throw-Away cell phone, the money you sent(or they wanted you to send) them through Western Union is untraceable, and the biggest kicker..they are in a foreign country.  The only thing that was real is the account number on the check.  Of course it was a stolen number so be glad you are not in jail right now.

So hopefully you did not use/send the money yet because you do owe the bank.  As to why you owe the bank.  It is because when you presented the check you represented it was a valid check thus you become responsible for it.  If you don't pay it back(or make arrangements with the bank) they will close your account and turn you into Chex Systems.  This makes it next to impossible to open an account at a regular bank for many years.  If you still do not pay them back they may turn you over to collections and you may eventually get sued.

Sorry to give you such a bleak picture, but these scammers did what scammers do..they relied on your greed.  After all do you really believe that you can make that much in a legitimate job?

So to help you in the future.  Regardless of the reasons you are given or what you are asked to do, anytime ANYONE asks you to send a Western Union(or other untraceable method of money transfer), or sends you a check you MUST think it is a scam.
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