Report: #305642

Complaint Review: Check Processing Bureau Enforcement Divison

  • Submitted: Sat, February 02, 2008
  • Updated: Wed, May 07, 2008
  • Reported By: Quantico Virginia
  • Check Processing Bureau Enforcement Divison
    130 Church Street Suite 276
    New York, New York

Check Processing Bureau Enforcement Divison Fradulent Check to Pizza Hut in the amount of $ the state of VA New York New York

*Consumer Suggestion: UHM?

*UPDATE Employee: Huh?

*Consumer Comment: You might want to...

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I received a letter in the mailbox today at my new residence from C.P.B. At first I threw this down thinking okay, never heard of you, I'll get to you in a bit. So right as I was going up to bed I decided to go through my mail. I opened this letter and it was from "Check Processing Bureau Enforcement Divison" stating that I was "hereby advised of my issuance of the above captured check(s) which were returned unpaid." The letter went on to state that check fraud in the state of Virginia exposes the issuer to possible civil and criminal action.

Right then this made me wonder what was going on. First and foremost, since the beginning of the whole Visa Checkcard thing, I rarely write paper checks. Once I took a moment to re-read this letter, I noticed that it was showing the check was for $140 to Pizza Hut. Now, I won't lie and say my family doesn't eat Pizza Hut, but we sure as hell aren't buying $140 worth and since moving to Virginia a little over a year ago, I have never written a check for something so petty. I almost picked my phone up right then at midnight to call this 1-888-238-3290 x 108 to leave a message for a Thomas Martin.

There was something that kept telling me to look this company up because I knew this just wasn't right and it didn't seem legit and I'm glad I did because I see that I'm not the only person who has gotten scammed by these people. I'm just glad that didn't resort to calling my home (knock on wood). People please beware of this company and hopefully someone will get to the bottom of who these scam artists are before they dupe anyone for real.

Quantico, Virginia
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#1 Consumer Suggestion


AUTHOR: Hollie - (U.S.A.)

The fact is that chances are this company called Check Processing Bureau is probably nothing more then a crock so that is what it has to do with this company, I too just today got a letter stating I have two bad checks out at Foot Locker and Value City, one of which I have never even stepped foot into let alone written a check to and just as the complaintant here I rarely write checks anymore, so to close I will be doing something regarding this issue, I won't allow anyone to scam me or use my name to try and scam me.
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#2 UPDATE Employee


AUTHOR: Pickledleprechauns - (U.S.A.)

What does this have to do with Pizza Hut? Some scammer using the company's name is not cause for a grievance with the company.
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#3 Consumer Comment

You might want to...

AUTHOR: Striderq - (U.S.A.)

check with your bank to see if this check tried to post to your account. it's possible that either your bank information was stolen and someone is using that information for fraud or your personal (name, address) information was stolen and put on a fraud check. Since the company has your name and address it would be a good idea to find out how and get the straightened out as soon as possible. Request a copy of the check, BUT DO NOT give any information as to where you work or bank. If necessary send a return receipt letter to them requesting a copy of the check.
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