- Report: #1026817
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Complaint Review: M/ACOM Technology Solutions
M/ACOM Technology Solutions471 El Camino Real, University Station Suite 210 Santa Calara, California United States of America
M/ACOM Technology Solutions Tony Albany, Jeffrey Maeda Kallman Worldwide, Inc TD Bank N.A. VERIFIED FRAUD Santa Calara, California
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Today I received the "paycheck" which was supposed to be a money order. It was a real check drawn from TD Bank N.A. from Franklin, NJ. I became suspicious and contacted the bank, they mentioned that the account number on the check was valid but that no checks were allowed to be drawn from it.
I contacted Kallman Worldwide, INC and spoke with their accounting department, they verified that this check was indeed a fraudulent check and also stated that they have had multiple other callers today with the same question.
Obviously a fraudulent deal. Usually I don't even waste my time with people like this, but thier story did seem somewhat convincing.
Their obvious goal is hope that people ignore the tell tail signs of fraud, deposit the check and send them a percentage of the check back to them, meanwhile, if you were to deposit the check, it could take 1-2 business days before your bank declares the check invalid and your out the full amount of the check.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/11/2013 07:31 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/MACOM-Technology-Solutions/Santa-Calara-California-95050/MACOM-Technology-Solutions-Tony-Albany-Jeffrey-Maeda-Kallman-Worldwide-Inc-TD-Bank-NA-1026817. 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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