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Mystery Shopper Scam
Transcript of Mystery Shopper Scam
DISPLAY "No Solicitation" and "Beware of Dog" signs near your residence door.BE WARY of any unexpected contact with strangers (in person or on the telephone).SUSPECT all "Door to Door" sales solicitations ~File a police report. Report the crime to the police immediately. submit a copy of the report to your creditors and others that may require proof of the crime.
~Contact your bank - If you think you’re a victim of identity theft or account fraud, you should call your bank, tell them what happened and ask them to monitor for unusual activity and advice whether you should close the account and open a new checking or savings account.
~Contact the fraud departments Police are warning Roanoke Rapids residents to beware of an email scam that could stick victims with worthless checks.
Capt. Andy Jackson, head of investigations for the Roanoke Rapids Police Department, said two city residents have been victimized by the “secret shopper” scam, but fortunately no one has lost any money. Mystery Shopper Scams Mystery Shopping List & Cashier's Check Mystery Shopping List What can happen? Worst case scenario: you fall victim to a secret shopper scam, you fork out the money only to find that all the exclusive information, and real mystery shopping jobs leads you just purchased can be found for free at various sources online. Yep. Free mystery shopping sites abound online. To be truthful, I myself fell for one of these secret shopper scams when I began to do secret shopping. Its not uncommon. When you find out that you just got ripped off, you feel a little foolish, but other than that it is just a lesson learned the hard way. who do they target? Mystery shopper scams target anybody and everybody. Conclusion So stay smart and stay safe. Don't become a victim of a scam today. If it sounds too good to be true it probably is!