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Old 01-22-2009, 11:10 AM
wwarshaw wwarshaw is offline
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Mystery Clicks/Quality Metrics

My daughter received something very similar to this in her postal mail yesterday:

http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/...Off0265989.htm

I'll scan the documents & upload them shortly.

Bastards!


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Old 01-23-2009, 02:46 AM
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Re: Mystery Clicks/Quality Metrics

HI,

I got a similar check a few months back, but before cashing it I checked online for the name and number of the bank the check was written on, or money order. There has to be a bank or a store that check came from.. I found out that the cashier check was fraud. If I would have cashed the check I would have been reliable for paying my bank back the funds plus fees. When I talk to this bank they said they have been getting calls all week from people like me wanting to know about these checks. My suggestion to you is check it out, and remember you get nothing for free in this world. There is always a cost somewhere..



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Old 01-23-2009, 02:54 AM
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Re: Mystery Clicks/Quality Metrics

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If I would have cashed the check I would have been reliable for paying my bank back the funds plus fees.
Why would you have to pay your bank fees? If it is an "honest" mistake and it turns out the check is a fraud that's the bank's responsibility to deal with it, surely?

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Old 01-23-2009, 03:15 AM
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Re: Mystery Clicks/Quality Metrics

Simply because the check would have bounced and that would have overdraft my account if I used any of the money from the check. There forth bank fees. From what I got from talking to my bank and the bank the fraud check was written on it's my responsibility to make sure the check isn't fraud before depositing it in my account. It's kinda like lets say you painted a guys house he pays you by check.. Lets say 3000 dollar one.. You deposit it in your account. Now most banks do have a time waiting period on personal checks, but lets say its a cashiers check and your bank gave you the cash for it.. Now the check is bad, who do you think they are going to charge for the overdraft that is now in your account.. You... I got this from the bank themselves.. Not information I am making up.. They also said if it was over a certain amount the FBI would have been called, and I would have been asked to come in with them and questioned. Check up on the laws of fraud and you will understand better why it is on your shoulders. Again if it's too good to be true it most likely not true.
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