Report: #1388618

Complaint Review: Mystery Guest Co

  • Submitted: Thu, July 27, 2017
  • Updated: Thu, July 27, 2017
  • Reported By: Char — Canyon country California USA
  • Mystery Guest Co

    Internet
    USA

Mystery Guest Co, steven Howard, Edward Owen, jason anthony In georgia Sent a check to deposit in your account Wait to clear and take out and send money via moneygram and money transfer as mystery shopper to evaluate Walmart. As soon as I did my bank called to say it was a fraud check bounced Baytown, Texas Internet text m

*General Comment: Sorry you fell for an obvious scam, but...

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 I Char B was frauded by this company! Bank Walmart and Moneygram cant get my 2470.00 back, Bank teller told me it cleared but bank says that means hold was removed! It is all my bill money they stold! Please help me if you can

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#1 General Comment

Sorry you fell for an obvious scam, but...

AUTHOR: Dave S - (USA)

This type of scam is has been aroun in barious forms for 15+ years. It is well documented online. Thing is, in every situation I've encountered, the scammer is offering a ROI, ie Return on Investment that is too good to be true and it is the the human tendency toward greed that gets people in trouble. There are multiple red flags in these situations, and the same goes here. You got suckered. Stings, but no one else is liable for you falling for this, and no one is obligated to cover your losses. Don't let it happen again. Investigate businesses you aren't familiar with or can't do face to face transactions with, and be VERY wary of situations that offer you gains that are clearly higher than they should be.

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