- Report: #434108
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Complaint Review: North American Finance
North American FinanceToronto, Ontario Canada
North American Finance New Scam Alert! Sent me a "tax refund" claiming I was the beneficiary to the IRS check. The check looks very real!! Toronto Ontario
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Upon receiving this envelop (misspelled!), you must contact Mr. John Newman or Miss Lisa Clark, who is our account executive officers for further instructions within 48hrs at Tel: 1-289-887-3789, Fax: 1-206-600-3115, Failure to hear from you will lead to cancellation or we will report the check stolen.
Importantly, you must NOT transfer/disburse or wire funds to anyone without the proper approval of Mr. John Newman/Miss Lisa Clark You will be responsible for any amount of money transferred without the approval of our Executive officers (Mr. Newman/Miss Clark).
(the signature doesn't even match the person listed below!!)
Sandra Anderson (General Secretary)"
What a load of baloney! I knew this was a fraud upon opening the "Envelop" (come on, learn to spell you scammers)...so I immediately went to Google (the new way of life!) and found other similar rip off reports for this sorry excuse for a company. This one is new with the IRS check though, so I just wanted to make other people aware so they don't fall into this trap!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/14/2009 06:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/North-American-Finance/Toronto-Ontario/North-American-Finance-New-Scam-Alert-Sent-me-a-tax-refund-claiming-I-was-the-beneficia-434108. 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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