AIS Marketing Research (Scam)

Deposit bad cashier check in bank


My Complaint: Dennis Walters
Dec 14 (13 days ago)

To me

Dear Representative,

Thank you for your willingness to be our company representative as a SECRET SHOPPER,we need your trust and honesty, immediate verification has been made on your address and all we require is to get an acknowledgment from you, that you’ve received these email so that we can immediately give you commencement modalities and the tracking number with which the payments will be delivered to your home by the united postal service this week reply back to this mail i will email you with the details to process the payment as soon as possible.

I will await your prompt response.
Best Wishes and Regards,
Mr Dennis Walters.
Phone: (929) 220-2071
SMS #: (775) 298-8425

This was the first email I received, then I get a Fedex two days later. I Received This $1740.00 Check In The Mail On December 6, 2014 With A Paper That Had Instructions. He Told Me To Purchase Three GREEN DOT MONEYPAK VOUCHERS & I Was Told To Purchase Them For $500 Dollars Each & Send The 14 Digit Pin Numbers On The Back Of The Moneypak Cards. It’s Christmas and I really needed the cash. Until I went to withdraw $200.00 and the account was blocked.


My Demand: To clear my name with the newly open account at US bank i never withdrew the money but they close my account and charged me 19.00 for it.

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