- Report: #576656
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Complaint Review: Woodforest National Bank
Woodforest National Bank1965 Corporate Square Longwood, Florida United States of America
Woodforest National Bank Woodforest National Bank Fraudulent check Longwood, Florida
*Author of original report: Just a warning to consumers.....
*General Comment: Woodforest Bank didn't rip you off...
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Fraudulent job as a secret shopper. The envelope has no return address but is post marked from Canada the company "Survey Shoppers" is based out of Florida the check is from Woodforest Bank in Texas. The scam offers $300.00 upfront for your time and service, $85.00 to mystery shop at Sears, Walmart, Home depot, JC Penny, or Kmart. You purchase goods fro you to keep, you simply report customer service. A request for a Money Gram in the amount of $3270.00 with $215.00 to cover expenses related to sending the Money-Gram. For instructions call Nils Mierer@ 1-403-397-8092 to activate check or just deposit check into your bank acount after a couple days withdraw amount needed and fax reciepts to 1-646-365-3153.
Purchaser on the check is John Andy
Paul Fills is listed as the Human Resources Director
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/02/2010 09:57 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Woodforest-National-Bank/Longwood-Florida-32750/Woodforest-National-Bank-Woodforest-National-Bank-Fraudulent-check-Longwood-Florida-576656. 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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