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I have been scammed by Sandy Green
Dec 5, 2019
Monetary Loss: $4,600
I was e-mailed asking if I want to be a mystery shopper for Walmart for $600.00 I said sure. They then sent me a cashiers check for $4,600.00 and said to deposit it in my bank and then go to Walmart and purchase 4 separate money orders for $1000.00 each blank. Then sent them fex ex to an adress in Houston Texas. I got to keep my $600 but then 3 days later the check was determined bad and my bank deducted $4600 from my own account after I spent what they gave me.