Check Scams, Debt Collection scams and other financial scams.
#173165 by Scott Mitchell Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:48 pm
This "honest" scammer tries to convince you that even though what you're doing is illegal, you won't get caught since you aren't actually cashing the checks. Needless to say, sending fake checks through the mail is a CRIME, and you WILL get caught.

Hello,

How are you doing? I want to be honest with you this is not
legal,but I have a way for you to earn money from home
without getting into trouble. You will not be involved in
the cashing of checks because if you do you will end up
getting into trouble with them.

So I have designed this offer specifically for you because I
do not want you to get into trouble, I have contacts
everywhere in the USA whom I am supposed to send these
counterfeit checks to but because I'm here in the U.K
and unable to send them directly to these contacts so I need
someone who lives in the USA who will help receive my checks
in Bulk and then forward them in single shipments to my
contacts.

You will not face any harm whatsoever as you will not cash
any check, only receive and forward so as to cut down my
expense of sending directly from here. This Offer will be of
no monetary expense to you as I will pay for all shipping
costs as well as put you on a very good weekly wage that we
will agree on.

Once you have agreed to work with me, I will forward you a
list of all the contacts as well as my FedEx account
information which you will need to ship the checks without
spending any money.

If you are interested reply me, thanks and hope to hear from
you shortly.


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