National Healthnet Online Wilton California Review

A man with a heavy Indian accent called and said he worked for the government and wanted to give me a $3500 government grant and wanted to confirm my bank account information in order to make a deposit into my account. The man already knew my account number, address, name, and phone number. nI called Wells Fargo and reported that my account had been compromised and they closed the account an moved my money to a new account number. nAbout 2 weeks later I noticed that an electronic transfer had been made out of my account by NHS for 299.95. Wells Fargo forwarded the electronic transfer to my new account as a courtesy. nI contacted Wells Fargo and filled out a fraud report and got my money back about 2 weeks later. They also put in a stop payment order to try to prevent NHS from making further withdrawls from my account. nI contacted NHS and they claimed that they had a recording my voice requesting an account with them. I told them that they were a scam operation. nI contacted them again after I got my money returned to my account and they said that my account with them is now closed. I informed them that I had contacted the California Insurance Commission and that they could expect a cease and desist order to stop all operations in California from them shortly. nJohnnWilton, CaliforniaU.S.A.

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