Important questions to ask yourself as you read this letter:
1) Did you apply to become a mystery shopper in the past 6 months?
2) Did you apply at "Quest for Best mystery shoppers" specifically?
3) Did you use a search engine to find more information on the "Mystery
Shopping company" and turn up scores of complaints?
4) Do they want you to "CASH THE MONEY RIGHT THIS MINUTE!"?
5) If the answers to 1 and 2 is "NO", I would strongly recommended you classify
the letter as junk mail.
6) If the answer to questions 3 & 4 is "YES", I suggest you burn the letter and
pray for a pox on the scammer!
These scam letters always have a
sense of urgency to them. Think twice
and check yourself! You are legally
responsible for the bounced check!!
1) The appearance of these logos means nothing. The
scammers use these logos to convey authenticity to
their letter. Do not fall for this!!
2) In this case, the included number did NOT work so
this is another HUGE red flag.
I call this page the
"BULL SHIT" page
where you fill out a
form to make you
think this is all
someone who has
knowledge of how
works, here's a hint:
This is NOT the way.
The mystery shopping
forms are MUCH
MORE specific and
detailed in their
questions. They sure
as heck don't send
checks for $3850 for
an assignment you
HAVEN'T even gone