• Report: #1144377
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Car Advert Jobs- SCAM!!/Paul Jones/csgrant3305@gmail/webbkate3@gmail

  • Submitted: Tue, May 06, 2014
  • Updated: Tue, May 06, 2014

  • Reported By: Almost Got Tricked- Ms.P — Lauderhill Florida
Car Advert Jobs- SCAM!!/Paul Jones/csgrant3305@gmail/webbkate3@gmail
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So there are many postings on saying
**Earn $20+/hour making on-demand -track/ car/vehicle drive** or **Make $400-$500/ week driving with and advert on your car**

and when you open the ad it says make 400-500 dollars per week by driving around with an advert on your car. They ask for your address, send you a text from a gmail number that can't be called and tell you they sent you an overnight check. They tell you to cash it or deposit it in the bank and you'll actually receive it to find a bogus senders name/address, bogus company name on the check, an amount between $1900-$2850 and be told to deduct your first weeks payment then western union the rest to their "professional" who will "wrap your car". Here is an example of an e-mail they will send:

"How are you doing today. Am writing you to let you know that the payment has been issued out and will be deliver to you Today via FedEx  Service. Inside the package you have a check of $1950.45" (was actually $2850, but they copy and paste the same e-mail) "sent by a client of ours. Here is the FedEx tracking #: 786608410******. I want you to take the payment to your bank and deposit it, withdraw the expert fund immediately, you are to deduct $400 for the 1st week ADVERT job the company offered you and you will have $1550.45 left. I want you to send $1400.45 via western union to the Expert that will decorate your car and use the remaining $150 for western union 'money in a min' charges. Your next pay check arrives a week later.(western union stores are located at Foodlions, Krogers and Pubix  stores).

Here is the Expert info.
Name: Penny Albaugh
Address: 1102 Truman Ave,
City: Hondo
State: TX
Zip Code: 78861

You are expected to have this done on TODAY and email us back with the following information so the expert can make an arrangement on your car and arrive to you within 48 hours.

(Note: A closer representative will be sent to your home)

1. Name and Address of Sender:
2. Money Transfer Control Number:
3. Amount Wired:

Thanks and God bless"

That's their scam e-mail above and the e-mails they will contact you from are:
csgrant3305@gmail.com & webbkate3@gmail.com and go by the name Paul Jones too.

but they are probably changing their e-mail addresses every day.


They sent me two checks using two different company names and the first one Ace Cash express informed me that it was a job that is scamming people so I let them keep the check because I didn't want to get caught up. The second one just came today in the mail randomly and when I opened my e-mail and looked at my phone I saw a text and e-mail from the guy so I demanded him to call me and he wouldn't. I then lied and said "Call me, I cashed it" and he called minutes later and I let him know that I knew it was a scam and demanded him to stop sending me fraid checks in the mail and that I would report him and he immediately hung up on me.


They will keep sending you bogus checks with different company names and addresses on them to try and get you to cash them and send it to them so DO NOT cash their checks or attempt to- rip them up immediately any time you receive one. Otherwise you will be caught up with fraud with your bank if you try to deposit it or the check cashing institution you go to will call the police as they are aware of these scams.

Do not fall for these ads. Any place that requires you to pay to become an employee, sign up for a trial to become an employee, pays commission only or residual income is most likely a scam or an ponzi scam. Keep your information safe!!!!!




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