- Report: #1064689
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Complaint Review: Dennis Burton
Dennis Burton815 Broadway New York, New York USA
Dennis Burton Sent me a cashiers check for 1680.00. It was so embarrassing at the bank. New York New York
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I responded to an ad for a Mystery Shopper online. I was sent an email from Mr. Burton asking for some info about myself, such as my address, age, nationality, etc. I emailed it back to him. He then sent another email giving me instructions and explaining the position, which is a customer support rep for RGP. I had forgotten about it, then on July 5, 2013, I received an envelope and an email. The envelope contained a letter and a cashiers check for 1680 dollars made out to me. I was instsructed to cash it at my bank and then send 1450 to someone in Manila and keep the 200 for myself as payment for the assignment. I could not cash this check anywhere , so I called the bank it was drawn on which is Liberty Bank, Richland Hills, TX and they said there had been a string of false cashiers checks from their bank. Anyway, I sent Dennis Burton another email and told him I was having trouble cashing the check, what should I do. He responded that the money was in the account and to deposit it in my acccount in the morning.(July 6, 2013). The check would clear and I could withdraw the funds and complete the assignment. This is very frustrating. Isn't there any honesty anymore. Please help us victims.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/05/2013 03:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Dennis-Burton/New-York-New-York/Dennis-Burton-Sent-me-a-cashiers-check-for-168000-It-was-so-embarrassing-at-the-bank-N-1064689. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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