William Groft of Insitestores.biz Secret Shopper, Home Business Internet
I recieved a USPS parcel in the mail three days ago it contained two postal money orders with the name of the person who sent them. I looked the name up and it is legitimate name and address. here is the rub. I was then contacted by William Groft of Insitestores.biz that I had an assignment as a secret shopper. well the wording was a bit off kinda like "ed" was dropped from words. I figured it was just typos. then I read on here another person complained. I was still not sure. so I did a bit more digging and used the USPS traking site for the money orders. OOOPPPPS the "The status of the money order 19962321200
Invalid Serial Number. the other one same thing so wait more investigation
How to Tell if a Postal Money Order Is CounterfeitBy Hal Bartle, eHow ContributorA money order is a commonly accepted form of payment, particularly in instances when the party requesting payment wants an assurance that the money will be available. Money orders are similar to cashier's checks, and they can be sold by third-party institutions that are not banks. One common place to purchase a money order is your local United States Postal Service (USPS) branch.
If someone offers a money order for payment but you are unsure whether it is counterfeit, you can check its validity easily.
Instructions1Hold the money order up to a light source. Use the lights in a ceiling or hold it near a lamp so the light passes through the money order.2Look for the official watermarks. The watermarks are images of a frontal view of Benjamin Franklin's face and are located in the top-left and bottom-left corners of the money order. these two had nothing.
I called the guy who sent these but there was no answer or return call at the time of this writing. So be mindful of SCAMMMMMMS they come in all shapes sizes and colors. and if you think your immune or smart think again.
I almost went to the bank to open a new account with these but as I read the email over and over I was lost more and more and when I found this site and saw the exact same thing on the same William Groft I said Hold your horse. USP Police this smells of mail fraud.
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