Report: #1404465

Complaint Review: Corporate Research International -

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  • Reported By: Laura — Webster Texas USA
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Corporate Research International MoneyGram InternationalMelissa PhillipsMarie Snyder - Name on envelope Karl Phillips name is on the cashiers check for 1,696.00 made out in my name. Wanted me deposit check ??, then take my own f unds and send 760.00 to Daniel Newberry 2467 Talco Dr., Dallas Texas 75241 and 710.00 to Rubin Suber 2147 Hunt Club Trail Frisco, Texas 75033 via MoneyGram. San Diego California

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 Was sent a Priority USPS flat rate envelope. Inside a cashiers check for 1696.00 with instructions to deposit in my checking account and to take my own funds and send two other people with their addresses 760.00 and 710.00 and the rest of check for me 200.00 and fee costs. Does anyone ever do this? One thing if it were a true cashiers check you could just cash it. ?

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