- Report: #1069733
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Complaint Review: RGP Customer Research Inc.
RGP Customer Research Inc.1425 Westview Dr.Atlanta, Ga 30310/ , Select State/Province USA
RGP Customer Research Inc. Michael Simon/ Dennis Burton RPG Customer Research Inc, Dennis Burton and Michael Simon. WHERE ARE THE FEDS? New York and Atlanta New York/GA
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I received a letter from RPG to be a mystery shopper and deposit the check in my bank, yeah right.... I am smarter than that . Where are the Feds in all of this? They could get them if they really wanted to. Does Western Union have any thing to say? They are being used as a go to for this as well, this should become a class action suit against someone. What about the persons signature on the check. Is that person an AKA or is it a stolen bank account as well. Where do you find the warning that should go out to all of the nieve persons in this generation? Three years ago I had another letter similar to this one and the bank said the FBI was trying to catch up with those a holes. RUN FBI RUN... So don't be fooled by the size of the check if anything your lights should go on and you would think it is a scam right away. First National Bank should be letting people know and First Convenience Bank should also.
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