- Report: #1002136
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Complaint Review: Three Campus Investments
Three Campus InvestmentsAustin TX Austin, Texas United States of America
Three Campus Investments David Moore Nanny ad on Craigslist is a Check fraud scheme Austin, Texas
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However I also had questions and the person never responded to them. Then suddenly I received a check for $1400+! Then I got an email from a new address, with a different name- David Kirtsey. This person informed me I should cash the check, keep $400 for a week's pay, buy some cleaning supplies for the family, and then send the rest in western union money order to Georgia for some custom built furniture.
Since I had seen a report on here about a similar scheme I informed them I would do nothing until I was contacted directly. The next day I received text messages from a phone in Texas trying to convince me everything was legitimate. The person worked hard to convince me that it was all a genuine job despite the many inconsistencies and strange requests I pointed out. It ended with them asking when the "funds" would be available. I told them after I consulted my bank about the validity of the check. Although th family was supposedly moving to Ohio today, I have heard nothing. I am considering going to the news or the police about this circumstance.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/23/2013 04:01 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Three-Campus-Investments/Austin-Texas-/Three-Campus-Investments-David-Moore-Nanny-ad-on-Craigslist-is-a-Check-fraud-scheme-Aust-1002136. 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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