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Saturday, January 31, 2009
Money And Shopping
Money And Shopping
216 Congers Rd E
New City, New York, 10956 U.S.A.
I am wondering if this is really to good to be true? Last night, I was opening my mail, and I found a check along with a letter stating that I have been selected to participate in a paid Consumer Research program in my area.
After the training assignment my salary will be increased to $500 per week for the first three months probation and $600 per week there-after. The training assignment and first evaluation is to take place at a MONEYGRAM, where I am to pose as a customer sending money to a relative of mine, SUSAN (My Last Name) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
After sending $4,558.80, I am to complete the market response form and fax it. The second evaluation I may choose from 8 different large chain stores where I am to spend $100, and fax in the form. The remaining $300 is for me to keep.
It says to deposit the check with my bank, wait 24 to 48 hours for the check to clear, once cleared, proceed with the assignment. On the bottom of the letter it said not valid after the 24th. I received the letter on the 26th of January. It was dated for the 12th. At first, I got really excited, and I used an ATM to deposit the check last night. Now I am attempting to research this and I am coming up with conflicting results.
To me this does sound to good to be true. Why in the world would they trust some stranger with $5000? Will this check bounce? Is this for real or not? What should I do now?
Is this to good to be true? in Kansas