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Report: #1493168

Complaint Review: Walmart PGS SURVEY GROUP - Decatur Illinois

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  • Reported By: Keith — Rawlins Wyoming United States
  • Walmart PGS SURVEY GROUP 757 N. Morgan Street Decatur, Illinois United States

Walmart PGS SURVEY GROUP Darrell Kieffer--Survey Coordinator-346-610-6037 Sent me a Cashier's Check for $2430.00. Instructed me to purchase 5 Wal-Mart Gift Cards and then 5 more from a second store that would be used for Mystery Shopping Decatur Illinois

*Consumer Comment: So

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After I purchased the 5 wal-Mart gift cards, I waited to hear back from him via email because we did not have a second Wal-Mart here so I asked him what I needed to do.  He wanted me to scratch off the numbers (pin) for the Wal mart cards and take a photo of them and send them to him along with a survey form that he had sent to me Federal Express Ground (I kept the envelope).

  At any rate, my wife was worried that it was a scam and so I just held out a couple of days and told him that I could not take a photo of the cards as of yet.  At any rate, long story short. the check has been returned and so not I am being told that filing a report is all I can do.

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#1 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Stacey - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, March 22, 2020

If you still have the cards you are not out any money. This is a common scam period. NO ONE will sent you a check out of thin air for "mystery shopping". This scam has been going on for years. The Police cannot help you because these people are not even in this country.

You were smart not to send them this information. Lesson learned. 

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