Report: #367230

Complaint Review: Global Consumer Research Inc

  • Submitted: Tue, August 26, 2008
  • Updated: Wed, August 27, 2008
  • Reported By: Utica New York
  • Global Consumer Research Inc
    3142 Dwight Rd Elk Grove CA 95758
    Utica, New York

Global Consumer Research Inc SCAMED ME Utica New York

*Consumer Comment: Scam

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I got a letter from them with a check for 3700.00 and I called and I spoke to them over and over I also called the bank that the check was from and it said that it was an open account and so on well I put the check in my account and it cleared so I went and did what they told me to do and now I am out of 3700.00 as I went and looked at my account today I dont know where to go or what to do I dont want to end up in jail cause I owe my bank this money now and I dont have it beind an single mother with no job could someone please tell me where to go and if I will go to jail

Utica, New York
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#1 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Atlanta Guy - (U.S.A.)

No, there is nothing you can do. And, yes, you may very well wind up in prison for bank fraud. Your best bet is to try and work something out with your bank, though most banks are taking a very dim view of this scam and are prosecuting. Your money is long gone, as are the scammers. And, by the way, don't play the " unemployed single mother " card. It won't work.
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