- Report: #1072034
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Complaint Review: GARDFIELD RESEARCH
GARDFIELD RESEARCH6600 WATSON RD. ST LOUIS, Missouri USA
GARDFIELD RESEARCH MARK THOMAS CUSTOMER SERVICE EVALUATOR ST LOUIS Missouri
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Received a check in the mail late July 2013. It was written on comstock oil & gas for the amount of $1984.45. A letter accompanied from Gardfield Research. It stated that it was an invitation to work as a "customer Service Evaluator" aka mystery shopper. Instructions for 2 assignments were detailed. I was required to first contact Mark Thomas for authorazation on the check and to receive the assigned receiving agent for a western union money in minutes transfer. Then depoit the check into my personal account, wait a couple days for it to clear, then transfer a portion of it to the receiving agent via western union. I would keep $300 for my services and then go on to assignmnet #2. This included using $100 to shop somewhere. The back of the letter also provided a form to evaluate the clients. I researched Gardfield Research and the company appears not to exist and the address is fake. The check however was written on a good company, but I beleive this to be a HUGE scam!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/01/2013 08:34 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/GARDFIELD-RESEARCH/ST-LOUIS-Missouri-63139/GARDFIELD-RESEARCH-MARK-THOMAS-CUSTOMER-SERVICE-EVALUATOR-ST-LOUIS-Missouri-1072034. 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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