Report: #1249699

Complaint Review: Privform.com - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Samantha — Chattanooga Tennessee USA
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Privform.com Walmart Privform Consumer service evaluator position offered and acceptance letter sent to me with $1,999.20 check from Wachovia bank attached to acceptance letter. Dallas TX or Madrid Spain Internet

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Asked me to deposit money then wait to funds cleared and start assignment. So I did because they said this was to help them investigate why money was not getting to its destination. Well with that making sense i did my assignments. The assignments were to send 972.00 to Madrid Spain from Western Union then 532.00 to Dallas TX. I scanned a copy of original receipts to them and as soon as I did they cancelled the check for $1,999.20 from my bank now I am $1 999.20 plus 1,600 in the hole because of this scam. Thinking I had a ligite part time job as a consumer service evaluator. I am sick and have no idea how I will pay my bills now. 

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