Mr. Lam Anthony, Darmella Jones

I saw an ad online about a week ago and It said that I could make $850 a week, it only taks 2-4 hours and you can still work a full time job plus no experience needed. I sent an email to a guy name Mr. Lam Anthony and within no time he told me I was qualified. Today I received a check for $850 along with this email.

Hello Andrea,

How are you doing? I’m doing fine myself this a quick email to inform you that your first payment is on it way to you.One of our Donors Agency in United States Of America has just confirmed to me that he has mailed out a check payment in the amount of $4,000 to you via UPS (UPS TRACKING No.J2214036147) and their website .It should be in your care today.

Once again sorry for any inconvenience the delay may have caused you and i know you won’t regret working for us.Like i said, you are to cash the check at your bank as soon as you receive it.More so,ensure you deduct your 1st week’s upfront wages of $850 and send the re-fund to my shipper in FL for immediate shipment of paper to print human rights textbooks, exercise books for 200,000 children in Gaza Trip and some aid materials to Gaza Trip.

Below is my shipper’s information that you’ll need to send the money via western union money transfer.

Receiver’s Name: Darmella Jones
Address:1601 sw 188 street
Amount to be Sent: $3,150 minus transfer charges

I will be expecting your e-mail with the details of money transfer as soon as possible, remember to forward to me the following money transfer details below after you have made the transfer.

1 MTCN—Money Transfer Control Numbers
2 Senders Name & Address
3 Exact Amount Sent After Transfer Charges.

Thanks for the trust and i look forward to working with you.

Mr.Lam Anthony

My gut was telling me that something just was not right but I kept trying to blow it off until I decided to type in the “receiver’s” name Darmella Jones, and guess what? This sight popped right up. It’s a good thing I didn’t cash this check yet

This post was submitted by Andrea McNeil.

  1. ScamRadar, 25 February, 2009

    It’s definitely a scam! Don’t cash the check. You’ll get in trouble with the bank, as well as with the authorities for cashing a fraudulent check.

    When you cash the check, it will bounce… since it’s actually fake. Don’t even send them any of your money.

  2. Al Heckler, 06 May, 2009

    received a check today and was asked to send the balance of the check to Daemella Jones by way of western union ($1,690) 770 NW 164th St. Miami Fl. 33162. He was to be the shipper. His partner is Harry Samuels

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