Report: #130715

Complaint Review: Direct Cards - Miami Florida

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  • Reported By: Machesney park Illinois
  • Direct Cards Po Box 830128 Miami, Florida U.S.A.

Direct Cards ripoff! Work at home scam. Miami Florida

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Thanks to this website, I did not fall for this scam. I sat down and filled out my check for $46.00 and made it out to direct cards, but I went on the computer to look for the website as I lost the envelope to send the check in.

I just wanted to make sure I could send it in a regular envelope. I typed in direct cards inc and this site came up. I am so lucky for a website like this. As I would have wasted $46.00 that I worked hard for, that direct cards would have just scammed.

Thanks to all of you who wrote in as you convinced me faster not to fall for this, than direct cards convinced me to do it. Thanks for your help! Has anyone found a legitimate work from home business? I would greatly appreciate all inquiries. Thanks

Machesney park, Illinois

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