I received an email saying I was selected to be involved in a mystery shopper survey of Walmart, Walgreens, Home Depot, Western Union…etc. I received a $1993 check with clear instructions of what to do then to wire money to a Anne Castle in South Carolina. Needless to say, after the hold time of my bank, the check bounced and left me in the negative. Don’t trust them!!. I demand I want my $1,700 back.. Stay away

  • #Sebastian Turley
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