Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#72587 by A.B. Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:24 am
We are accepting applications for qualified individuals to become Mystery

1. You will receive funding for the assignment.
2. You will receive the Instruction for your assignment via email on the
location and details of the assignment.
3. You are to complete the assignment as fast and discreetly as possible.
4. You will be asked to visit a business location to conduct business be it a
restaurant, shopping store etc.

You will receive a flat sum of $200 per assignment.
The company will furnish you with all expense needed for the assignment
and any other expense incurred during the course of executing your assignment.

If interested, send the information below :

Personal Information:
First Name :
Middle Name :
Last Name :
Tel Phone :
Cell Phone :
Address :
City :
State :
Country :
Zip Code :
Alternative Email Address:
Present Age :
Current Occupation :
Gender :

Thank you for participation.

Best Regards,
Roy Adams
Secret Shopper®

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#81793 by bcm1229 Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:27 pm
My wife was involved with this scam and we lost about $1,500. Have you had any luck identifying the person behind this scam? Do you have any suggestions for recovering the money?
#81800 by Bubbles Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:16 am
Welcome to ScamWarners bcm1229, I am sorry to hear your wife was scammed. The money is gone. There is no way to trace to find out who the person is that is perpetrating the scam. They hide behind fake email addresses and receiving money through Western Union which is anonymous.

Your best thing to do is to forgive and move on. Please feel free to read about the site and learn about the various types of scams we cover and add to our information base.

Bubbles, former Scamwarners moderator.

Rest in Peace 24 June 2015.

Gone, but never forgotten.

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