Mystery Shopper Scams

Posted by Kenneth & Cynth'ya / on 05/08/2010 / 0 Comments

If anyone on this email reception list is not following national news, realize that current mail and check fraud scam reported on most national news networks is now plagiarizing the internet.  Be advised that neither YTB International, our parent company, nor does your ZamZuu Internet Business Distribution Center employ or utilize mystery shoppers as it is not within our scope of services to our business site owners nor to our clients who shop thru ZamZuu.

The way we understand it,  the scam provides a considerable sized check and asks you to wire transfer portions of the funds to them only to find out the check is not legitimate and you will be responsible for any monies due to the bank and/or wiring services. If approached for this fraud attempt, please report it to your state's Attorney Generals office immediately and do not comply with it's requests. Neither YTB International nor ZamZuu Inc will ever ask you to wire any monies to us in order to participate in the company.

For more information about the mystery shopper scam visit the following sites, and share this email with others: (Links will open in a new window) As economy worsens, fake check scams spread Don't fall for this 'mystery shopper' scam How to Handle a Mystery Shopping Scam Check Secret Shopper Scams Secret-shopping scam: two for the price of one Tips for Recognizing and Avoiding Fake Check Scams



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