Company Representative scams, Payment Processing scams and other Employment scams.
#83832 by A.B. Tue Jan 31, 2012 12:39 am
Dear Evaluator,
As we have been mandated on our part to check on services rendered by stores, banks and credit unions across the United States in which you signed up as an evaluator. As at the
time of reading this letter, You will find payment inside this USPS envelope which you will use to carry out
your FIRST ASSIGNMENT. Please follow the Instructions given to you
in the letter, do not do anything outside these Instructions.
Go straight to your bank and cash the money orders. We want to know how efficient their services are,
therefore you will be required to give a concise report on how they attended
to you, the timeframe, and customer relations of the attendant. Make sure you email your observations of the
entire experience and also the duration it took you to cash it. You
are also to take down notes on wether you were able to carry out your task same day or you were told to
deposit and come back on a later date, all these we need to know. Deduct your
fee of $200 from the total funds as soon as it has been cashed, then Proceed to the closest Western union
location to evaluate their service there and also to have the funds
sent to our evaluators (in Philippines) waiting for their own assignment.

Name- CARO BAY...
ADDRESS: 192 Wassey Road,
City: Manila.
Country: Philippines...

Amount: send remaining funds after deducting money transfer Charges should be deducted

from the remaining funds after the deduction of your $200 fee.
* MTCN # (10 digit) On the western union Receipt
*Test question & Answer (if applicable)
*Amount sent after deduction of sending fees
* Indicate Receiver Name that you sent money to.

Reports and information must be sent in ASAP. Western union receipt should be kept for future references.

It is your first assignment so you will be judged by your performance.
Diligence and swiftness attracts an increase in commission subsequently. As soon as you
are done email your report asap.
Best Regards,
James Giles....

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